CyberFutures 2022

Burnt Out

Online school is tiring.

Lockdown through the eyes of the internet

The question asked was how has the internet helped us in the past year? Well, it helped a while Lot! We really couldn’t imagine getting through this past year without it! How lucky are we to have the world at our finger tips with the internet giving us Everything we need from box sets to banana bread, Zumba to zoom partys and everything in between.
Our video is a funny teenagers view of many of these lockdown cliches. Enjoy, stay safe & Thank you for watching 👩‍💻

Internet connection

This video is mine and my friend Maeve’s attempt at trying to portray the online games we have been playing together to help us through the past year.
Credit to C418 for his Minecraft background music used in scene 3.

6 feet apart – original song

Hi my name’s Emma. This is a song I wrote about how the internet has helped us stay connected during the pandemic, and just wanting things to go back to normal. Hope you enjoy it 💖💖
(Also don’t judge my guitar skills, I’m not the best 😂)

A little lost, a lot gained

I wrote this story as a means to explain in a short and concise way the social issues we face as a society. From teenagers suffering with eating disorders, self esteem and a hoard of other issues to children addicted to gaming. Teenagers separating themselves from the family cause they want to be on their phone. These are real issues. In this video I show what a little break from the internet can really do.
We should try to live our lives with reduced internet, it’s better for us as humans not just mentally but physically as well.
Like my father says too much of a good thing makes it a bad thing.
Hope you enjoy

The Secret Art Of Train Conversations

Based on true circumstances, the film features the plot of a young man, played by Mikhail Sedyshev, being driven to meet his sweetheart due to the sudden world wide failure of telecommunications. As he takes his seat on the train, he is met with the entertained look of the archetypal adult, played by Tytus Kopera. In this world absent of telecommunications, the idea behind the oddly coloured sky is to highlight how deeply rooted the internet is in our society. A world without the internet is utterly bizarre , therefore there must be something to reflect the outlandish nature of this world. The original soundtrack, composed by Mikhail Sedyshev, was made to further drive the abnormal concept of a world without the internet. The soundtrack features synths, droning ambience, cyberpunk vibes and a happysad, almost Waititi-like piano at the the end, to signify the thematic shifts throughout the film. Perhaps, for some, the world without an internet wouldn’t be a bad thing.

The Catfish’s guide to Internet Safety!

An animation for young people to learn about Internet safety and who to trust online! . This video gives the best tips from original character, The catfish!

Photos in this video are all from: https://unsplash.com/search/photos/computer
Music from: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400037
“The Catfish” is fully drawn and designed by me.

A Lie Shrouded in Truth.

‘A Lie Shrouded in Truth’ is a short film that I made for this competition. It includes what I feel is the most untrustworthy thing on the internet at the moment; Manipulated Content. I give a brief description of why I feel this is the biggest issue. And what we can do to help minimalize it on the web.

If we all work together we can make sure that false media is no longer spread on the internet. In an information age, the truth is what should be valued among all things online.

I hope you enjoyed the video, please rate and comment 🙂

Thank you
-Robert

Don’t let them get to you!

My entry has two meanings. When I say “don’t let them get to you” I mean this physically and mentally. I mean it physically as in don’t let them actually track you down and mentally as in don’t let their words get to you and hurt you. When I refer to “them” in the picture I mean the cyber bullies.

A World to Discover

The world is a big place. Going online for the first time is a way to explore it. You should have fun. You’ll discover new things and find new interests. You can communicate with people all around the world. You shouldn’t be scared to try new things. The world is at your fingertips. Explore it!!!

Internet safety

Hope you learn something from this make sure to share comment and like

Stay safe online

My video shows my peers’ opinion of what it means to use the Internet safely.

‘Meet Jennifer’ : 2015 Video Entry

This is a nice little girl called Jennifer. She wants to be friends with you.

Will you accept?

Private Password

My poster design is telling everyone how important it is to keep your password private. If you keep it private it stops strangers accessing you personal stuff. Always check settings are on private.

By Joe Holmes

It’s not always who you think it is.

When I first started using the likes of Snapchat and Facebook, there where a few times when I was added as a friend or contacted through an internet message by someone I had never met before. At first I didn’t think it was anything serious as lots of my friends where friends with people they hadn’t met before.

After I gained more knowledge and experience about using the internet I realised that if I had responded to these I could have put myself in an uncomfortable or even dangerous situation. With this poster I just wanted to advise those who are new to the internet that you or your children may not really know who is on the other side of the screen and that its a terrible idea to share personal information to strangers.