FILM 1: YOUTUBE – STORYBOARD.AVI
Some comments in order of time sequence in seconds:
1. 14 seconds: I am confused about the solitary bug on the surface, only in terms of the incoming pseudomonas;
2. 24 seconds: Is the first bug shown thats grown into the new colony? The issue of growth and the connectedness must be easily grasped by any viewer;
3. 37 seconds: the side by side comparison is awesome! Can we zoom in on each of the two dispersal types, then show complete separation:
a. planktonic pseudomonas leaving the biofilm
b. biofilm mass with planktonic components separating the colony
1. I like the style, color and overall effects;
2. The pseudomonas should have a wiggly tail
FILM 2- PLANKTONIC SHOWER VERSION: YOUTUBE – STORYBOARD2.AVI
1. Why so many spelling errors? ; )
2. However pseudomonas is depicted in one video should be consistent for others.
3. I love the colors and contrast in this one; this helps viewers more easily differentiate between objects and helps with the intuitive aspects of understanding spatial relationships, a very important concept in this biology lesson which is very abstract for most people.
4. For this animation, lets start with a chronic wound in a patients foot. Show detachment from a deep, ugly, infected foot (I have pictures and videos).
5. Excellent flow, design, logic
FILM 2- FRAGMENT DETACHMENT VERSION: YOUTUBE – STORYBOARD3.AVI
1. Can we start this one with another source of infection? See table 1 in Dr. Randy Wolcotts article CHRONIC WOUNDS AND THE MEDICAL BIOFILM PARADIGM. A common infection involves catheters, so it would be educational, and synergize with the video content in the film.
2. Are we using this style of animation? (See previous comment.)
Other comments: Can we use all of the animations for the film?