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ANIMATION : Learning Through Role-Play: Edu-Larp

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“Six students are taken on a learning voyage, where the most skeptic one ends up showing the way”
Designed, animated and directed by Henrik Malmgren. Customer: Dept.For Learning & Philosophy, Aalborg University, Denmark. Designed, animated and directed by Henrik Malmgren. Made in co-operation with Professor Lisa Gjedde, Dept. For Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University, Denmark, and Troels Lindeberg.
Commissioned by EGMONT FONDEN. Thanks to Viborg Municipality.

“If you want to motivate and engage students with different starting points, Educational live action role-play: Edu-larp can be a way.
The idea of ​​a common goal provides a focus and a driving force that brings subject knowledge and social skills into play through a narrative frame.”

English version:

Danish version:

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ANIMATION : Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (ed.ted.com)

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“The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle states that you can never simultaneously know the exact position and the exact speed of an object. Why not? Because everything in the universe behaves like both a particle and a wave at the same time.”

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Screenshots from the film.

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ILLUSTRATION : Produceren som Playmaker

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General illustrations for a producer course held in Viborg, Denmark (gives students ECST credits).
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GRAPHIC DESIGN : Innovationsprisen 2014

GoodJobStudios designed three voting cards for the Innovation Award 2014, that would be used at the opening event of Forskningens Døgn at Nordkraft in Aalborg, Denmark. Among others the Danish Crown Princess Mary attended, and in the second image one can see her hesitating as what to vote for.
External link to : Innovationsprisen 2014

ILLUSTRATION : BodyTime

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Illustrations by Henrik Malmgren created for an exhibition about the human body called ‘BodyTime’, at Viborg Museum, Denmark.
The purpose of the images was to supplement the rest of the exhibition adding a playful tone. VIDEO DOCUMENTATION
Article about BodyTime
[Format: A1; Software: Adobe Flash]