As part of my digital diversity project, I had to create a video product that could benefit a local business or individual. I decided to create a birds-eye view video of Hestercombe gardens. I went and purchased a drone and practised a long time, lost the drone (due to wind speeds), got a new one and filmed the video then half way through damaged the drone lense (again wind speed). This is a good example of how the weather can have an effect on filming and the consequences of that. I, however, was able to finish the video and get reviews of it, I then later created an interactive version that could be used to help people plan a route around the gardens.
Instead of animation, in year 2 of digital media design, we had to design a game. I decided to create a racing game called E-Racers. The project was a tremendous success and I started to produce a prototype of the game which I have decided to finish. You can see more on my game on the E-Racers page.