bragnouff wrote: ↑
Mon Aug 10, 2020 10:54 am
<cut> But please, why the slow motion? The sport itself is happening in slow motion, why the need to slow things down even more? Are we brain dead?<cut>
People's learning strengths can be split into:
Visual (images and graphics, video)
For example I can learn(at my own pace) reading and watching and by doing. I'm not very good at taking in verbal instruction.
I absolutely suck at taking in dance steps other show me but if I dance, lots of people come around and copy me.
Personally, I like the slow motion video of critical steps on here but I still struggle to take it in even then and always have, I'm a strong kinaesthetic learner.
But in my imagination I'm going to learn something from watching slowed down tutorials and occasionally I do.
When I'm not being brain-dead watching slowed down videos I do inventive things like designing circuit boards, 3D models(over in gear builders or "fluidity" on thingiverse and other places), writing embedded and front end programs, writing 3D designs, learning metal casting and a surplus of other things too.
So please be tolerant to other people's different ballances of information gathering talents and keep in mind that whether you, I or they are introverts or extroverts, it's all part of the richness of human personality that makes other people more than mere carbon copies of ourselves.
I do watch real-time videos too