— Tyler Cooper (@tylerdcooper) April 18, 2013
P.S. Be sure to unmute the vine!
The Adafruit 6 second electronics film festival!#adafruit6secs
Call For Entries: Announcing The Adafruit 6 second electronics film festival! Share your cool project in 6 seconds of video and win up to $600 at the Adafruit store, with six runners up winning $60 store credit each.In a 6 second video, we want you to share the best project you’ve made. Be sure not to use any copyrighted music, video, etc. This should be all your project, all by you. The Adafruit team will be looking on Twitter, G+/youtube and beyond for Vines, 6 second videos and more tagged with #adafruit6secs. The deadline is 6pm ET, 5/6/13. The Adafruit team of judges will pick their favorites and announce the winner on May, 12th at 6pm ET.
tl;dr – Post a 6 second video of your electronic project(s) using Vine on Twitter and tag it #adafruit6secs !
Keep reading for all the details!
STEP ONE: MAKE A 6 SECOND VIDEO, PLEASE USE VINE!
The easiest way to make a 6 second video for The Adafruit 6 second electronics film festival is to use Vine. If you don’t have an iOS device, no big deal – most everything can take 6 second videos and upload. With Vine and looping a 6 second video you can make cool videos that repeat what you’ve made that’s blinking, moving or making noise – get creative, and enter as often as you’d like. Make sure you do not use any copyrighted music, video, etc. This should be your cool project you are sharing, in 6 seconds.
STEP TWO: TAG THE VIDEO with #adafruit6secs
The most important thing is to tag the video with #adafruit6secs . We’ll be mostly using Twitter to find most of these, you can also send a link to your video via the contact form (do not email us video files!).
STEP THREE: POST TO TWITTER, G+, YOUTUBE, ETC.
STEP FOUR: THERE IS NO STEP 4!
PRIZES: $600 GRAND PRIZE, SIX $60 PRIZES (ADAFRUIT STORE)
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