Analog Storyboards

Created: Thursday, June 19, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



These days we are cocooned in a virtual world, a world where our minds are encircled by new touch devices of all sorts. So does touch translate to some texture? Some grain? No – not at all. In today’s world, touch means glass, metal, or plastic — and all of them have flat, non-textured, and non-grainy surfaces. Other senses such as sound are absent too. There’s no scribble of the pencil or the sound of paper being torn or turned.

Learn why we humans are more in tune with analog storyboards rather than electronic ones.

Categories: powerpoint, storyboarding

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