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How we did it

The Science behind Storm Surfers

FOR TEACHERS & STUDENTS

ATOM, through its publications arm (Metro Magazine and Screen Education), has produced a study guide for Storm Surfers 3D.

The Storm Surfers study guide was written for teachers and students in primary and secondary schools and tertiary institutions. Storm Surfers study guide was produced by a team of curriculum experts from all curriculum areas who view the programs to decide whether or not they can be linked to the curriculum and, if so, then recommend what year levels and subject areas are appropriate for that particular program.

ATOM study guides are for personal use and assessment by teachers. The copyright to the study guides is owned by ATOM.

DOWNLOAD A COPY OF OUR ATOM STUDY GUIDE FOR STUDENTS

How does 3D work?

Great question! Directors Christopher Nelius and Justin McMillan did an incredible job securing 1500 hours of 3D footage following Tom Carroll and Ross Clarke-Jones around Australia utilising a number of various 3D camera rigs. The Storm Surfers team take our friends over at Catalyst to show off few of these rigs in action and explain just how 3D works. Dr Jonica Newby explains >