Group 27: The Evolution of Locomotion in Squirrels


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65 Responses to Group 27: The Evolution of Locomotion in Squirrels

  1. Nagesha Anirudh says:

    The illustrations in this video are well done; however, they could have been explained a little better. There were aspects that were left out without any explanation. I really like the addition of music in the video. That is something that I wish I had thought of to include. Overall good job.

  2. Ortega Michelle says:

    What I loved about this video was that the topic was clear. The way you were able to convey your message to the audience was done well so that anyone would be able to understand the goal of this experiment. I would solely critique you on the background music; it was louder than the speaker at times and made it hard to understand. Well done!

  3. Ali Shan says:

    The video was quite interesting and well focused. The visuals were excellent, but the music was a little too loud making it hard to understand. The video was effective overall though!

  4. Rajchel Milosz says:

    This is my favorite one so far. Very nicely presented. Great drawings, good voice, good delivery. I also love squirrels. NICE.

  5. Swope Jason says:

    Great visuals for the video. The pictures were very well drawn and displayed the topics very well. The commentary was good on top of that as well as the very entertaining music to keep me engaged in the video.

  6. smortley3 says:

    This video overall does a good job of conveying the point of the research with the illustrations in an interesting way.

  7. Wah Katie says:

    the visuals on this video were impeccable. they were beautifully drawn and I was in awe throughout the video over those drawings. Great job to the illustrator(s). Also, the background music was a nice touch as well that added a some “flavor” to the video. I also particularly liked the way that the four different squirrels were explained. The short explanations about the types of squirrels and their differences were used and placed very well. I think that this was helpful in understanding the points that were expressed throughout the video. Loved this video.

  8. Svitak Ethan says:

    The drawing was very well done and engaging. The background music was a tad too loud and distracting from the talking going on.

  9. Berlinghoff Adam says:

    The music was an interesting choice no other groups have used so far. The information was good and the narrators talked slowly and clearly. Also the hand-made drawings were very good.

  10. Crane-Moscowitz Kenneth says:

    I think the images in this video are really nice and you do a good job of explaining. The music, in my opinion, did detract from the video as a whole. Nice job.

  11. Diaz Noah says:

    The drawings were crazy GOOD. I could never do those. I liked all he added elements to your presentation

  12. Chen Morissa says:

    In terms of content, the purpose of the experiment was laid out very clearly and the information was supplemented phenomenally with very impressive drawings. Good job! The music was also a really nice added touch.

  13. Moore Collin says:

    The artwork really illustrated what the squirrels looked like, and you did a good job tying all the evidence into a story framework.

  14. Perry Timothy says:

    Very well done! One of the best I’ve seen, presentation was very easy to understand and the data and information was presented well. Great job.

  15. Durrah Mirage says:

    This video was well done! The visuals were well-drawn and speakers spoke clearly; good explanation of the data.

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