Students like to post photos of their friends and “mosaic” out the faces. Here’s another way to do that — Lego-ise them.
I bet you can guess who that is. And that’s another way you could use the effects — to make quizzes to give your classmates.
Where is this?
That one’s done with the “Mosaic” effect.
You can introduce your topics in a new way — for instance, you can put the Big Buddha on a Rubik’s cube.
Or make him into a sketch:
To save your photos, you have to pay, but that’s what taking screenshots is for. We can argue about the ethics of that in our digital literacy class.