PPM produced and directed videos for the Open University's introductory science course.
This OU distance learning module covers astronomy and planetary science; biology; chemistry; earth and environmental sciences; and physics.
PPM worked with Open University academics to shoot experiments in domestic settings - showing how students can perform experiments in their own home using household items.
The complex two-camera shoot involved location lighting and slow-motion capture. 
Above all, the quality of the explanation - both visual and oral, was of paramount importance.
The videos illustrate a series of questions aimed to encourage scientific thinking - such as ‘Can you make a hole in water? and ‘How do you know what is alive?’.
OU qualifications are modular in structure; the credits from this undergraduate module could count towards a certificate of higher education, diploma of higher education, foundation degree or honours degree.

Our helpful camera assistant on location in North London.

For more information about the course visit Open University S111 Module.

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