Friday, March 26, 2010
I've been meaning to write a post on Fotobabble for a while. This is a very simple site that allows people to record voices over pictures. You can take pictures yourself, upload them and share them with friends. You can also take some other pictures from Google Pics or Flickr and record your voice over them as well. This could be great for students to narrate photography projects or other classes that have a visual requirement for a project.
There is also an iPhone app that allows you to take pictures, record your voice and share the creation on Facebook, Twitter or Text. I added it to my iPhone and it has been fun taking pictures and sharing them with friends. Here is a picture that I took at Grosse Pointe South's Artfest of Bartleby by K. Peabody. It's based on a character from the Graphic Novel Bone by Jeff Smith.
Using Fotobabble is fast and easy. It shoul dbe added to your toolbox of fun things kids can use to spice up a presentation. It could be a nice addition to a lecture you give in class. Think about the many different ways you could use it.
Posted by Nick Provenzano at 12:50 PM
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A very cool tool! It would be fun to have students blog as a character from a book and have Fotobabble be one piece of their blogging process.ReplyDelete
This seems like a tool that is easy to use but has many rich possibilities, such as text response, a guided tour if a city for geography or for creative writing. Nice discovery!ReplyDelete