Peter Durand

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Remote Graphic Capture in action!

In Art, Facilitation, Journal on March 23, 2010 at 9:46 am

Questions for the Classroom

This workshop for university faculty and staff featured many tools for physical and virtual facilitators and educators, including Remote Graphic Capture by Alphachimp Studio Inc.

From the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching (CFT):

Our brains are wired to rapidly make sense of and remember visual input. Visualizations in the form of diagrams, charts, drawings, pictures, and a variety of other ways can help students understand complex information. A well-designed visual image can yield a much more powerful and memorable learning experience than a mere verbal or textual description.

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Alphachimp @ Pop!Tech

In Art, Design on November 10, 2008 at 3:29 pm

Peter Durand from Alphachimp @ Pop!Tech on Vimeo

VIDEO: Peter Durand from Alphachimp illustrates Stephen Badylak’s lecture on regenerative medicine.

From Pop!Tech Blogger Michelle Riggen-Ransom:

If you’re with us in Maine, you’ve probably noticed the colorful illustrations hanging on the walls of the third floor break room. If you’re not, you can take a look at them here.These illustrations are the work of artist Peter Durand of Alphachimp Studio. Peter has set up an easel on the balcony of the Opera House, where he busily creates illustrations that capture the key elements of each presentation. Read the rest of this entry »