THE MOVEMENT GROUP
CAN WE REUSE THE ENERGY WE PRODUCE WHILE DOING SPORTS?
We have created a video which shows how much “energy” is produced while doing different sport arts and our interviewee tells us a little bit about this subject.
This project has taught us to combine different things, working under pressure because we have a lot of other tasks to do as well.
Technical & other infos:
OUR GOAL WE HAD WHILE PRODUCING OUR VIDEO
Content of information:
– Is it possible to produce energy while doing sports?
– Is it useful to collect the energy and reuse it?
– What do you have to do for how much energy?
Settings we would like to use:
– Outdoor (jogging, warm-up etc.)
– In the gym (cycling, swimming, etc.)
HOW TO DO A VIDEO
– To know how long/short a particular section of the video should be, so the attention is caught for the exact perfect amount of time
– To know if you have to make a particular part of the video slower or faster, so the effect is different
– To look that everything fits perfectly together, also the order of the different sections.
What you have to look at when you do a short movie:
– to decide what you want to have in your video
– How the whole video should get to the viewer/ how they should think about it
– What kind/how much of information you want to tell – you build the structure of the video respectively if it’s a fun or an informative video
– How many different sections/recorded parts you want to include
– How you want to blend out/blend in and separate the different sections
– Use as many different “effects” just as blending in a new part, in order to get a variation and to avoid a boring structure. But be careful, too much variation and different *effects* can get easily very disturbing and displeasing to the viewer.
– Mind that you include the recording time while editing the video, you may have to do a second recording day, because the first footage wasn’t really good enough for the whole video.
– Mind that you enjoy the whole process, if not, don’t do it, in my experience the video won’t be as good as if you’d enjoy the whole making/doing a video thing.
Sources we have used during our project:
Unit Conversion with Google (google.ch)
Energieverbrauch beim Sport (ernaehrung.de)
Leistung Masseinheiten umrechnen (umrechnung.org)
Was ist Functional Training? (fitogram.ch)
Energy and Work Unit Converter (unit-conversion.info)
By Alessandrina & Massimiliane – Team Q36