Stop Motion piece - "Transient Conversations"

In our first Animation class assignment, Mithru, Utsav and I set out to make a piece of stop-motion featuring the onion skin function in Dragon Frame.  This allowed our cells to animate with a very natural motion.  We were interested to make a comment on the (d)evolution of human to human interaction as connected to personal tech advancements, to highlight the ways that cellphones and perhaps virtual reality remove our interest and ability to connect with one another.  We focus in on this irony by beginning with a "natural" conversation, and then watching it crumble and dissolve quickly as tech enters the picture.