In this video, I have included scenes of 3D holographic images I made to illustrate my imagined three-time scales development of educational holography. Prior to this presentation, I had collected feedback from a wide range of channels, including comments on my pitch, a survey, informal chats with friends and people at the MakerSpace and Unishop, as well as done a self-experiment to build my operational prototype. I would like to send my special thanks to all of the wonderful people who supported and helped me with the project.
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Survey results (Response rate is low, but I have other feedback channels to rely on. A limitation is I don’t think I have gained any responses from students studying at regional campuses)
Other chat (I happened to have this group dialogue with my friends when they saw me working on the secondary sources for this project in the library. I took note after the chat as I realised their ideas help me envision my concept about holography better)