Information about my work

For my 2 videos I will link them through YouTube and for the images I will use Flickr.


Something new

For the fifth piece of work to put on the website me, Taylor and Mike will be taking photographs of our trip to the Edinburgh  museum of Scotland.

The 4 pieces of work that I will use will be an image of the 3D  model I made in my 3D class which will be a JPEG. I will also use the beauty video I made in my video class which will be in the format avi, an image of my game logo that I made in my graphics class which is in the png format and the Mr. Whyte video that I made in my audio class which will be an avi format.

Venue research- Edinburgh museum of Scotland

Display equipment

Stands – Stands are used to break up the open space. They contain different sorts of objects.

Booths –

Screens – Screens are used at certain displays to give more information interactively.

Projectors – They are used to display large videos and pictures to bring empty space to life.

Posters –

Speakers –

Lighting – The lighting varies throughout the museum to suit the different exhibits.

Models – Pretty much ever display contained models for a more in depth experience.


Examples of how people interact with exhibits – There are touch screens placed throughout the museum, with information and mini games suited to the exhibits.


Map –

Traffic flow – A lot of the exhibits are open plan, but some areas are restricted by narrower walkways.

Interior design

Furniture –

Fittings –

Decor –


Tour Guide –

Reception – There is a reception that provides information

Security –


Signage –

Guides –

Books –

Apps –


Branding –

Material –

Web –

Advertising –


Catering –

Comfort –

Accessibility –


Security –

Emergency –

Venue research-Carnegie birthplace museum

Display equipment

Stands – Yes, example, in the Carnegie birthplace museum to display pictures.

Booths – Yes, example, in the C- birthplace museum to show different parts of Carnegie life.

Screens – Yes, example, in the C- birthplace museum they used touch screens to show information about Carnegie.

Projectors – Yes, example, in the C-birthplace museum they used projectors to show information about technology.

Posters – Yes, example, in the C-birthplace museum to show facts about his life.

Speakers – No.

Lighting – Yes, example, in the C-birthplace museum they used dim lighting in carnegie cottage to preserve it.

Models – Yes, example, in the C-birthplace museum they had a model of Carnegie at his desk.

Interaction – Touch Screens, Morse code machine, tour guide.

Layout –  linear path of his life/ time line.

Interior Design – Some furniture matched the sort of things that they had within the cottage, Decor old fashion.

Staff –  Tour guide, reception, not much security.

Support – leaflets, touch screens, staff.

Marketing – Website, leaflets, posters.

Facilities – Seats, canteen, main doors+ disabled access.

Safety –  Cameras, fire doors & smoke alarm.

Production project-progress (Worksheet 5)

I will be doing a video and an eBook about the life of Andrew Carnegie, his family, any significant events in his life and how he came to create Lauder/Carnegie college. It will include why his family moved to America, his passion for education and many other subjects. I will be doing this in a group with a few other people, we will do the research and get the footage together but we will make our own separate videos. The footage we will be getting will be of buildings that are linked to Andrew Carnegie,  such as Carnegie hall, his birthplace museum and any other buildings he is linked with.

Video mixer

video mixer diagram


This is a quite old, simple  piece of equipment that was mainly used in the 70’s and 80’s. We tried this piece of equipment in class and it is simple to use and it is quite useful. If you have a laptop and a camera connected with the mixer you can mix the two video sources together and then show the result of the mixing on the projector.