Animation described: An unconditioned stimulus is stimuli or anything that brings out a reaction that is innate, not learned, automatic, etc. A conditioned stimulus is a once neutral or unrelated stimulus that has been paired with an unconditioned stimulus, which after training and learning signals the conditioned response. Take a dog for example. A dog will salivate at the sight of food, salivation is the unconditioned stimulus, dogs don’t learn how to drool they just do. Then pair the sight of food with the ringing of a bell, once unrelated, and the dog will learn to associate the bell with food and will therefore salivate. And the bell becomes the conditioned stimulus.
Why Video: Since the copyrights of the animation resides with our client and to protect their IP, we have used a video grab to showcase our skills. Quality of videos will be less than actual animations. Quality of videos will be less than actual animations.
Pointers: In creating any animation, it is critical for the development company and its team to understand the concept and processes (if any) involved. This becomes more critical when showcasing or describing a medically related event. The eye for detail and precision needed becomes critical for the eLearning development company and is a hallmark of its expertise. This eLearning animation was developed by Renaissance eServices for our client.
Tools used: Adobe Flash