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Cinematography in the Academy of Technology - Flying High with New Drone
Learners now have the capability to create amazing, unique, and cinematic footage with the new 3DR Solo Drone. This innovative new technology allows us to capture footage that was previously only possible with professionals and Hollywood-level equipment. This unique background music was also created with our new Ableton PUSH music production hardware.
A huge thank you to the innovators at Ableton for their amazing and inspiring donation. When big businesses and corporations focus on creating innovators out of our youngest learners, we all win. Also, a big shout out to learner Jose Galvan for his hard work and perseverance on getting great footage.
Lindsay Learners Awarded @ Slick Rock Film Festival
Lindsay Learners in the Academy of Technology: Media Arts won 1st place in the Nutrition & Physical Activity category of the Slick Rock Film Festival, as well as having four other films submitted that were finalists in their respective categories!
The film festival escorted the five Lindsay finalists by limousine to a premiere event at the Visalia Fox Theatre, where all the films were shown to a large audience from around the Central Valley.
You can view all of the Lindsay videos that placed in the festival, as well as some other Lindsay films by clicking here!
Congratulations to all the filmmakers!
Lindsay Engineering Learners win 1st Place in Competition
Lindsay Learners in the Academy of Engineering won first place in the Internnect Design Competition among other school and districts.
The purpose of the project was to give learners real world experience going through the realistic Bidding/Proposal creation process that engineering firms must do for real world jobs. The focus was on learning about the health conditions of school districts and the communities they serve, and designing a facility that fulfilled an unmet need in that community in order to improve the health and quality of life in that area.
Lindsay Learners worked as an actual Engineering team would, assuming roles as Project Managers and specialists that focused on specific aspects of the Proposal Creation, Research, and Design of the health improvement facility. The prize for the competition was an astonishing $3,800, which was split up evenly between the Lindsay Learners for their hard work and determination.
You can view the video below to see clips from their final presentation at the Visalia 21st Century Expo. The Lindsay Students' answer to the Judges' question of "Why do you feel you should win?" was that they did not care who won, because the point of the project was to learn and increase their knowledge in Engineering. These learners definitely succeeded in that goal, congratulations!