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A potent skill is being able to tell an engaging, compelling story from multiple sources yet have it be understandable to its audience. With the global presence of smartphones and other devices, you possess powerful digital tools for capturing still and video images with audio to create content. As wearable technology evolves and augmented reality becomes standard on our devices, new forms of produced and real-time interactions with images, graphics, animations and videos are accessible to most people connected to the internet. Multi-experience, multi-platform digital content represents the next evolution of storytelling.
The Digital Video degree at University of Advancing Technology (UAT) prepares students to become creative technologists working behind the scenes to capture, edit and produce experiences for businesses, organizations, information sharing, brand development and entertainment. Students engage in real-world production work, learning industry practices and expectations while engaging with external clients. Through explorations of the aesthetic principles of visual storytelling and industry standard production and post-production tools, Digital Video students produce industry quality works shared across a variety of platforms, including web, mobile, kiosk, wearable, and AR/VR. As innovations in digital image creation, post-production and distribution continue to become the new industry standards, graduates of UAT's Digital Video degree program will be uniquely positioned to apply new technological solutions to the task of delivering visual content to evolving 21st century audiences.
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