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Image Strategies in TED Talks
Ideas for presentations
William Kamkwamba: How I
harnessed the wind
images tell story; help with translation
Frans Lanting's lyrical nature
photos
personal photography which tells a story
Philip Rosedale:on Second Life
numerous random high-resolution screenshots from Second Life
Jeff Han: demos his breakthrough
touchscreen
captivating breakthrough technology
Mark Bittman: what’s wrong with
what we eat
juxtaposes images of food and animals for rhetorical purposes
Carolyn Steel: How Food Shapes
Our Cities
maps with visual information
Hans Rosling: Asia's rise - how
and when
maps with visual statistics and visual data tools
Itay Talgam: Lead like the great
conductors
comparative videos to illustrate argument
Rebecca Saxe: How we read each
other's minds
compare/contrast illustrative videos
Cynthia Schneider: The surprising
spread of "Idol" TV
comparative photos and videos from different cultures/languages
Beau Lotto: optical illusions show
how we see
boards which show optical illusions and interactive illusions (for audience ...
Jill Bolte Taylor: stroke of insight
engaging “props”
Mallika Sarabhai: Dance to change
the world
tells an ancient story using dancing/acting to illustrate it
Eva Zeisel: On the playful search
for beauty
authenticity. a story of a life told from a rocking chair
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    1. 1. Image Strategies in TED Talks Ideas for presentations
    2. 2. William Kamkwamba: How I harnessed the wind images tell story; help with translation
    3. 3. Frans Lanting's lyrical nature photos personal photography which tells a story
    4. 4. Philip Rosedale:on Second Life numerous random high-resolution screenshots from Second Life
    5. 5. Jeff Han: demos his breakthrough touchscreen captivating breakthrough technology
    6. 6. Mark Bittman: what’s wrong with what we eat juxtaposes images of food and animals for rhetorical purposes
    7. 7. Carolyn Steel: How Food Shapes Our Cities maps with visual information
    8. 8. Hans Rosling: Asia's rise - how and when maps with visual statistics and visual data tools
    9. 9. Itay Talgam: Lead like the great conductors comparative videos to illustrate argument
    10. 10. Rebecca Saxe: How we read each other's minds compare/contrast illustrative videos
    11. 11. Cynthia Schneider: The surprising spread of "Idol" TV comparative photos and videos from different cultures/languages
    12. 12. Beau Lotto: optical illusions show how we see boards which show optical illusions and interactive illusions (for audience engagement)
    13. 13. Jill Bolte Taylor: stroke of insight engaging “props”
    14. 14. Mallika Sarabhai: Dance to change the world tells an ancient story using dancing/acting to illustrate it
    15. 15. Eva Zeisel: On the playful search for beauty authenticity. a story of a life told from a rocking chair
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