June 8, 2018
June 12, 2018 at 12:58 am
I appreciated how you mentioned how affects spanned from humans to plants as well, and how various aspects of life are affected. Your connections to radioactivity were easy to understand and explained well. You effectively demonstrated the main point of the large scale effects of nuclear explosions and how they impact many forms of life.
A suggestion I have would be to adjust your film angle so the video isn’t as distracting (your couch is in the frame) and possibly speak up.
June 12, 2018 at 5:32 am
Thanks for the feedback! Glad to hear that it was an easy concept to follow along with.
Yes, I wish I had the strength to move an entire electronically operated Lay-z-boy with my two arms. I really wish I could’ve moved that couch away, but it’s mighty heavy; sorry! Next time I will make sure to keep equal volume. I may have gotten quieter in some parts. Thanks!
June 12, 2018 at 3:25 am
That was a really impactful presentation that has kind of changed my viewpoint on nuclear power. Where before, I was like, heck yeah, this is an awesome source! Why don’t we use this everywhere?! Now I realize that nuclear power can have major drawbacks on the environment around it if it were to have a meltdown or any other problem. I felt like your TED talk could have also possibly mentioned the Chernobyl disaster, and the similarities and differences, but overall, awesome job!
June 12, 2018 at 5:30 am
Thanks for your feedback! I’m very glad that you had a good message to take away from this talk. Not only is Nuclear energy awesome, it’s mighty scary. When I mention the 1999 study about seals, it is about the Chernobyl disaster! I really should’ve mentioned that, thanks for the feedback. Means a lot!
June 12, 2018 at 4:47 am
Wow! That was like a real TED Talk. Walking in and all. First of all, I was really impressed with how you managed to do all that in one take. Out of all the ones I watched, this one was truly the most TED Talk-like experience. I also thought that you used the Power point aspect really well. You didn’t overflow the audience with text, instead you used images to compliment your words, and held back on the text until you really wanted to make an impact. This also made the ending a lot more powerful by showing that it was deserving of the sacred text (the text gave it more impact).
Something that I noticed however, is that a lot of it felt purely fact based. This made it not only a little dull, but I, for one, was really confused. Maybe you are just more of an intellectual, but I had a little bit of trouble with holding onto the information.
Overall, nice TALON Talk! I’m still blown away by you doing it in one take.
June 12, 2018 at 5:27 am
Hey Yoonha! Thanks for the feedback. Yes, my talontalk was really more fact based as it was covering an event in history and less of inquiry, but I do realize I made it a little dull along the way. Thank you for your compliments! They mean a lot.
June 12, 2018 at 5:31 am
That was a very impactful TED talk to me and I especially like your form of presenting. The big screen in the back really helps to grab my attention and also. I noticed there isn’t much text to see on the powerpoint, this is a very efficient way to present your information I think because since this is being filmed in a house, it would probably be harder to read the text on the board. Beside the visual part, your information was also very well-researched and I noticed I was very interested in your TED talk topic. The information was very detailed and I learnt a lot about how different kind of species were affected by the nuclear explosion. I’ve been reading these kinds of articles online and your TED talk helped me to understand this problem more thoroughly. Also, you spoke fluently and I was able to follow your information easily without pausing the video.
Beside that, I just would like to suggest that you might want to put your camera a little bit closer to the screen so it would be easier to recognize the images and you would also gain better lighting by doing so. Overall very concise and wonderful presentation, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!
June 12, 2018 at 5:36 am
Thanks for your positive feedback! I’m so glad that it was interesting and informative. I tried to minimize text, and make major texts very large if needed as my camera system wasn’t picking up much of the small fine print. I’m so glad you didn’t need to pause anywhere! That is a huge accomplishment for me. Next time, I will for sure have a tripod of some sort instead of leaning the phone on a chair to have higher visual quality. Thanks!
June 12, 2018 at 5:53 am
Wonderful presentation Yunmin!
This was a very well organized and structured presentation that thoroughly educated me about nuclear power. This taught me a lot about the consequences of using nuclear power. I loved how you thoroughly explored all the negative consequences to different lifeforms which really stressed the danger of this sort of issue. After seeing all the disastrous effects of this incident, this brings up questions like “What more could the Japanese government have done?” or “Should there have been more safety regulations around nuclear power?” I really liked your TED talk because there was very good visual aid to keep my interest as well as your enthusiastic tone of voice. A very interesting topic that was well researched is displayed through your TED talk. Not only did you give us a lot of background information and relevant information to understand the topic, you still went in-depth and thoroughly answered your inquiry, Overall stunning performance that educated me a lot. Thanks!
June 12, 2018 at 7:56 pm
Wow, that was a really impressive TED Talk. It was informative and detailed without being too overbearing. I thought it was concise and bold, and contained valuable facts. Your voice was really clear and the overall sound quality was great. Similar to Yoonha, I enjoyed the use of the screen and PowerPoint. It included images that added to the presentation and little text that didn’t distract us. The only constructive criticism I have is to possibly change the angle of videoing, or make it closer to you and the screen. This way, the images and text can be more visible.
Amazing job, Yunmin!
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