Thursday, March 19, 2009

Scenario Visualisation: Indian Village as a visual panorama in DCC2009

Scenario images as a visual recall and reflection on a real experience.

Download the full set of scenario images from the class as an A4 size pdf file 11.9 MB size from this link here (DCC2009_EP Scenarios.pdf) and as a quicktime movie of 24.2 MB size at this link here (DCC2009_EP Scenarios.mov). Village name is used as a prefix followed by the student name and then the image number in both the pdf file as well as the quicktime movie.

M P Ranjan

Image 01: Thumbnail images of six selected student representations from the Bhoira Village group.


Each student is named in the caption and the prefix B stands for Bhoira followed by the student name and the image number. In the images that follow G stands for Gundla village and H for Hingolgadh village respectively.

Image 02: Another six images from the Bhoira group.



Image 03: Thumbnails from the Gundala village.



Image 04: Further six scenarios from the Gundala village.



Image 05: Six scenarios from the Hingolgadh village.



Image: 06: Next batch of six scenarios from Hingolgadh.


Download the full set of scenario images from the class as an A4 size pdf file 11.9 MB size from this link here (DCC2009_EP Scenarios.pdf) and as a quicktime movie of 24.2 MB size at this link here (DCC2009_EP Scenarios.mov). Village name is used as a prefix followed by the student name and then the image number in both the pdf file as well as the quicktime movie.
B – Bhoira village
G – Gundala village
H – Hingolgadh village
N – Ahmedabad city based villages (for those students who missed the village experience)

M P Ranjan

3 comments:

Purva said...

Scenario visualisation not only refreshed our vilage memories but also brought out the hidden experiences in the village!! Every single person had a different idea of their village and at the same time it was intresing to mark the common ilustrations done.It was a very good change to show as we could show our EP representaton in a different way and not the same "black pen sketching".overall this was the most intresting individual assignment for me as it had no BOUNDARIES it was purely ME!!- purva sawant

shruti said...

The course EP was something that made me realize how lucky i was being in NID.It allowed me to overcome inhibitions ,gave confidence and to discover that language unfamiliarity and other differences cannot be hindrances in communication.Reaching out to people hitherto unknown, yet so hospitable,knowing them, their lifestyle,their problems etc. brings a mixed bag of feelings.
Feelings of nostalgia, confidence to approach the unknown, uncover stories - successfully / un successfully.It brought us face to face with the fast changing REAL INDIAN RURAL LIFE - the fact that such villages do exist,learning from observing different aspects of it.
this asssignment gave us the opportunity to weave the personise experience together and have a coloured & dynamic picture of the memories associated with it

shreyasi said...

Gundala was an awesome experience so is this scenario visualisation. Recalling all those moments and seeing other people share some same sweet moments that I enjoyed really made me happy.It's also enjoyable to see all those colorful moments finally in "COLOR" :p
--SHREYASI

 
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