AW: AW: QUESTION...Curved arrows that hit the Front Wall Plane

Stefan Wöhrmann stefanwoehrmann at GEBAERDENSCHRIFT.DE
Sun Dec 5 22:49:52 UTC 2010

Hi Valerie, 

the quality of the video is wonderful!!! 

I agree about the spelling of movement number 2. 

For the first performance - moving forward and to the left or to the right I
would vote for a different movement-arrow  - see attached gif


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[mailto:SW-L at LISTSERV.VALENCIACC.EDU] Im Auftrag von Valerie Sutton
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December 5, 2010

On Dec 5, 2010, at 12:22 PM, Stefan Wöhrmann wrote:

> Hi Val, 
> wow what a nice teaching video - I did not know that you are a left hand
> signer - smile 
> I am interested to discuss your ideas ...
> The video ends with number one in the Windows Media Player -
> Did you do a second video for number 2?
> Stefan


Hello Stefan and everyone -

First, I am a right-handed signer and I signed this with my right hand - I
never noticed that the video reversed my hands - the entire video is
flopped! Because that computer monitor, in my office, is on my right side,
so that was me signing with my right hand, but I used a program called
PhotoBooth to create the video, and it has flopped everything - wow - I
never noticed that the photos and videos taken in PhotoBooth are flopped - 

I guess I will have to re-do the video! or show arrows with left arrowheads
later ;-)

Second, the video got cut off - so I posted it on YouTube to give everyone a
link, and it has not shown up on YouTube yet...

So here is the same video in another format - the .mov format for QuickTime
- I hope you can view the whole video now - smile - it is right handed
flopped ;-)

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