Media theorist Andreas Treske  introduces the notion  of “thickening of the video image” in his book “The Inner Life of Video Spheres” published by the Institute of Networked Cultures.  He asserts that there is a 'thickening of the image' when we can place interactive objects on the timeline in the "Z axis" of the image (layers). Now it is possible to compose the frame with  on-line live interactive streams of data such as: videos, wikipedia, google maps, texts, video and hyperlinks.

Visist `example that we have made as a promo for our showing at Bates Dance Festival 2013. We have placed 4 videos as a grid, inserted 20 pictures from a flickr photo set and added some text

https://popcorn.webmaker.org/editor/60430/remix

Popcorn webmaker allows you to remix and create new version. You can play and change many things: add new videos, trim, loop, pause, text, take out sound, add images, etc.

You need to register and log in to save your work.

We ask that you create/compose a short online video mash-up essay that expresses your experience of the Underscore during this lab.

For the essay, you may create new videos with your webcam, your smartphone or you may reuse any material created by you or any other member of the lab: interviews, google hangouts videos, embodied activities videos screentests, glyphs, writing and video. Upload all your video  material in your YouTube account and your images in Flickr before you start working with popcorn webmaker. You can use any videos from YouTube and Vimeo.

Video essay should be no longer than 6 minutes.

For the editing you will use  the platform popcorn webmaker.

https://popcorn.webmaker.org/

Here are two editable template as a demos.

https://popcorn.webmaker.org/editor/54559/remix

https://popcorn.webmaker.org/editor/60430/remix

SAVE YOU POPCORN AND PLACE THE URL IN THE COMMENTS OF THIS THREAD.

Remember that your popcorn will be used by others and that you can reuse others as a departure point. You may use others videos, images and text.

The system keeps a record of the material used:

https://meta-academy.makes.org/popcorn/1amy

Click on "Credits":

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