Exciting VJ performances at Gateshead’s Annual Achievement Awards were created using iPads. Four looked-after young people prepared video clips adding different effects. They made their own sets which they then performed live to music. VJ performance is the video version of a DJ set. It is a popular part of the range of Digital Voice activities, especially with young people. This example was really well received by the awards audience, and the results were brilliant!
The group’s coordinator, Chris Hulme, Children’s Rights Officer at Gateshead Council said ‘They use iPads in a most innovative way to create live performances, which really impressed the audience’.