Looks doable. Why not just lift content from wikipedia since any short term item like this, that is a 24 hour job is going to be a rush job and not expected to be original, pretty or free from outright plagiarism.
Also, can you tell me how "digital" has anything to do with this? Why can't a multimedia presentation be made the old fashioned way? That is, I'm sure you have done "show and tell" before so why not do that?
And then moving to the aid of your PC, there's powerpoint and slideshows. That's three approaches and I'm sure you can craft a few pages just waxing on about show and tell, then slideshows with taking photos with a camera then moving to something about powerpoint.
Please can anyone help me out on the project that l know little or nothing on but just started and need to submit on saturday.Any help will be appreciated.
The question is as below;
You must submit a short position paper of maximum 6 pages in length. The paper should compare 2 or more approaches/toolkits/frameworks in terms of their applicability to modern multimedia. Papers should have the following characteristics:
6 page maximum (not including referencing/bibliography).