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Abstract framework to create arbitrary animations.

The Animation framework provides your Pebble app with an base layer to create arbitrary animations. The simplest way to work with animations is to use the layer frame slimfit trousers with buckle embellishment Black Dsquared2 GO1SU
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Refer to the User Interface Layers chapter in the Pebble Developer Guides (chapter "Animation") for a conceptual overview of the animation framework and on how to write custom animations.

PropertyAnimation

A ProperyAnimation animates the value of a "property" of a "subject" over time.

Animation * animation_create ( void )

Creates a new Animation on the heap and initalizes it with the default values.

Duration: 250ms,

Curve: (ease-in-out),

Delay: 0ms,

Handlers: (none),

Context: (none),

Implementation: (no implementation),

Scheduled: no

A pointer to the animation. NULL if the animation could not be created

bool animation_destroy ( Animation * animation )

Destroys an Animation previously created by animation_create.

true if successful, false on failure

Animation * animation_clone ( Animation * from )
Animation * animation_sequence_create ( Animation * animation_a , Animation * animation_b , Animation * animation_c , ... )

Create a new sequence animation from a list of 2 or more other animations. The returned animation owns the animations that were provided as arguments and no further write operations on those handles are allowed. The variable length argument list must be terminated with a NULL ptr.

Note

the maximum number of animations that can be supplied to this method is 20

the first required component animation

the second required component animation

either the third component, or NULL if only adding 2 components

The newly created sequence animation

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AIR’s Full Spectrum Storytelling Intensives started with Localore and Makers Quest 2.0, two experiments in public media that challenged a handful of talented, creative producers to come up with new ways of finding and telling stories.

The Full Spectrum curriculum emerged from our findings. The result: An audio-forward week of intense training with workshops covering experiments in writing and interviewing, sound in space, community stories, and the future of audio.

Where: UnionDocs in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York When: June 25-29, 2018

Meet our instructors or look at our Summer 2018 Curriculum!

From multimedia journalism to branded podcasts to live events, storymaking is pushing the boundaries. Now more than ever before, independent producers are in demand. But in order to succeed in a quickly evolving and growing media space, independent radio producers need to do everything from editing to branding, live event planning to contract management, and fact-checking to sound design. Over the course of this week, you’ll learn skills from an interdisciplinary group of specialists that will help to position you for the bright and exciting future of radio.

Full Spectrum will expand your definition of what storytelling can be, while imparting concrete skills to add to your producer tool kit. Lead instructor and 2014 New Voice Scholar Emanuele Berry will draw from her work with various shows at Gimlet Media. She will head an interdisciplinary group of accomplished specialists to take you on a journey from storytelling to interactive design to composing. Our instructors come from , , , Gimlet Media, independent backgrounds, and beyond.

The week will be a combination of hands-on instruction, workshops, lectures, pitch sessions, experiments—and even an excursion or two. We’re looking for producers with the desire to expand their skills and their minds.

All classes take place at UnionDocs in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn. There will be an evening excursion (date TBD) and a happy hour (TBD). Participation is encouraged, but optional.

June 25-29, 2018

Full attendance is mandatory . If you are unable to attend each day of the intensive, please do not apply. Class meets from 10 am – 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Lunch will be provided on Monday and light snacks will be provided throughout the week.

We are looking for producers and story-first technologists from all walks of the media industry and beyond who have .

Filmmakers and those whose primary focus has been visual or moving image are strongly encouraged to attend, as well.

AIR membership is not required, though AIR producers outside of the New York area are eligible for a small travel stipend. A work sample is required with your application.

Participants will not be producing projects during the week.

AIR and UnionDocs are proud to offer a scholarship to one Full Spectrum attendee who can demonstrate financial need. Please submit your request for the scholarship, which waives the full tuition for the Intensive, on the Full Spectrum application form .

April 9 – April 27, 2018 $850

AIR members living outside of NYC are also eligible to receive a stipend ($100) to help underwrite fees and travel. If you’ve received a stipend or mentorship opportunity in the past two years from AIR, you may not be eligible.

If you’d like to join AIR to become eligible for the travel stipend, visit . Participants coming from outside NYC are responsible for their own transportation and room and board during the intensive. UnionDocs can provide assistance in locating housing and guidance for getting around town for those not native to New York.

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I don’t think we should necessarily dismiss these judgments – rather, we must hold them up to the light. If we do so, and they hold up, then we should take them to indicate that we really can be required to do the impossible. But this has a troubling implication: if some situations lead to unavoidable moral wrongdoing, then we, as a society, should be careful not to put people in such situations. Giving people a choice might sound like it’s always a good thing to do, but giving a choice between two forms of moral failure is cruel.

Sometimes, it’s pure bad luck that puts someone in the position of having to choose between wrongdoings. However, much of the time, choice doesn’t take place in contexts that are shaped entirely accidentally. It takes place in social contexts. Social structures, policies, or institutions can produce outcomes that favour some groups of people over others in part by shaping what kinds of choices people get to – or have to – face. Members of some social groups might face mostly bad choices, in the sense that their choices are between alternatives, all of which are disadvantageous to them . But there’s another sense in which the choices might be bad: these might be choices between alternatives, all of which make them fail in their responsibilities to others. The American Health Care Act, which was considered in the United States House and Senate, would have created moral dilemmas by offering people without high incomes – especially if they were also women, or old or sick – a range of bad options. It would have forced some parents to make choices between two equally unthinkable options, such as the ‘choice’ to sacrifice one child’s health care for another’s. This sort of forced choice would be similar in kind to the choice that the SS officer in Sophie’s Choice (1982) offered, when he told Sophie: ‘You may keep one of your children.’ The distinctive type of cruelty – making moral failure inevitable for someone – is the same.

No one can rightly be blamed for failing to care adequately for their family if it wasn’t possible for them to do so. But they may still take themselves to be required to do the impossible, and then judge themselves to have failed at this task. No one should be forced into this position. Not all situations that present these sorts of choices can be prevented – there’s always the possibility of bad luck – but at least we shouldn’t knowingly bring them about.

When Doing the Right Thing Is Impossible by Lisa Tessman is forthcoming from Oxford University Press.

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Lisa Tessman

is a professor of philosophy at Binghamton University in New York State. Her latest book is (2017).

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