Underwater Diving Goggles

One of my dad’s friends is making an underwater goggle that can record, so when you dive, it records first-person footage. He wanted to make a video promoting at a crowdfunding event called Indiegogo. He wanted to make the video in English but he wasn’t good at it, so he reached out to me for help. He sent me a rough script that the video was going to be based on, and I would re-write and polish it a bit.

Test of my skills

One of the main problems with the script was grammar, I am pretty confident in my skills, and quickly fixed all of the issues that stand out, but there were a lot of details that I wasn’t sure about. And I began researching and learning. Then I realized that it isn’t just the grammar that could be fixed, but the phrasing as well. After a few iterations, I was finally happy.
The video also had a time limit, so we had to make sure the script wasn’t too long. I tried reading the script at a fast speed, but it was still way too long. But after a bit of work, it was all done.
Textbooks and exercises aren’t the only way to improve, these little jobs and projects like this can provide an even greater learning experience.\

Lets_dive from sean tang on Vimeo.

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Hi, my name is Felix I'm 14 and I learn autonomously instead of at school. I learned through many projects and I want to share them with you. I did some of these projects by myself but I also did a lot with my friends from different countries!