|Tap the screen to record until the bar at the top is full!|
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Another app for stop motion video recording is OSnap. OSnap alows you to use a series of photos from your iPad to create a stop motion video or time lapse video. There are some great features in this app such as setting the camera on a timer, or snapping picture by making a loud noise. The paid version of this app ($2.99) will allow students to pull photos from their photo album, which for time lapse projects in science would be handy.
iPad Apps for School did a nice write up on OSnap that you can find here.
Short Video made with Vine - starring MY FEET!
Uses for stop motion or time lapse videos in the classroom:
- recording science projects of a set amount of time
- explain a math problem with manipulatives
- claymation or drawings retelling of a story (book report alternatives)
- writing project (storyboarding and scripting are great ways to trick students into writing)
- Collaboration and Creativity! Perfect project for group work.