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2013-03-08 11:45:47 AM
Anyone care to explain how he did this? That was awesome
 
2013-03-08 11:52:09 AM

Le Grand Inquisitor: Anyone care to explain how he did this? That was awesome


The whole screen was a video, not just the window. the rest was just well rehearsed
 
2013-03-08 12:01:13 PM
Meh.
 
2013-03-08 12:29:49 PM

Le Grand Inquisitor: Anyone care to explain how he did this? That was awesome


He has a doppleganger that lives in his computer.  I don't see what's so hard to understand
 
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2013-03-08 12:50:32 PM

Le Grand Inquisitor: Anyone care to explain how he did this? That was awesome


Magic-- Duh.
 
2013-03-08 01:33:24 PM
Fun. Great ice-breaker.
 
2013-03-08 01:35:13 PM
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2013-03-08 01:52:05 PM
OK that was pretty clever.  I'm guessing the early chuckle was that he was shining a laser pointer and it appeared on the real white board?
 
2013-03-08 02:28:02 PM
this is math with a fun figure
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2013-03-08 03:26:53 PM

Stantz: Le Grand Inquisitor: Anyone care to explain how he did this? That was awesome

The whole screen was a video, not just the window. the rest was just well rehearsed


True, but, the effects with him moving around the windows and stuff was also pretty cool... someone with more skill and patience than me with special effects software.
 
2013-03-08 03:45:43 PM
Anyone learn anything about imaginary numbers from this?
 
2013-03-08 05:36:40 PM

haemaker: Anyone learn anything about imaginary numbers from this?


this.  entertaining, but in no way educational, except maybe for "a real part, and an imaginary part."  This teacher got some cool software for his birthday and has yet to figure out exactly how to use it to enhance his lessons, rather than distract from them.
 
2013-03-08 07:19:35 PM
Bunch of tards in this thread.

Live teacher is real. Projected teacher is imaginary. Both can interact.
 
2013-03-08 08:37:31 PM

StoPPeRmobile: Bunch of tards in this thread.

Live teacher is real. Projected teacher is imaginary. Both can interact.


So projected teacher multiplies himself with himself to produce a real teacher who is not there? (-1 like)

My brain is asploding...
 
2013-03-09 01:43:26 AM
What would have been extra cool was if he had had a twin brother who dressed up like himself. His "virtual self" could have wandered off the screen and then his twin could have walked into the room and started to argue with him. I bet it would have blown many a student's mind...

(And sadly, I bet a fair number of them would have thought to themselves "Wow. I wonder how Mr. ____ managed to program a real life 3D interactive hologram of himself! Could I get a cracked version of that software off of BitTorrent?)
 
2013-03-09 04:19:19 AM
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2013-03-09 04:28:43 AM

Bucknutz: haemaker: Anyone learn anything about imaginary numbers from this?

this.  entertaining, but in no way educational, except maybe for "a real part, and an imaginary part."  This teacher got some cool software for his birthday and has yet to figure out exactly how to use it to enhance his lessons, rather than distract from them.


You're must be a hoot at parties.

There wasn't much educational material here, but I'm fairly certain that this instructor has the students' attention and thus this class retains a greater percentage of information presented during future lectures.
 
2013-03-09 06:41:17 AM

IntertubeUser: Bucknutz: haemaker: Anyone learn anything about imaginary numbers from this?

this.  entertaining, but in no way educational, except maybe for "a real part, and an imaginary part."  This teacher got some cool software for his birthday and has yet to figure out exactly how to use it to enhance his lessons, rather than distract from them.

You're must be a hoot at parties.

There wasn't much educational material here, but I'm fairly certain that this instructor has the students' attention and thus this class retains a greater percentage of information presented during future lectures.


Yeah, kind of obvious that this was a preface to the lesson.
 
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