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Pictograms are paintings or drawings that represent things or animals. They were used to register experiences, share thoughts and history.
Petroglyphs, also known, as rock engravings are pictograms carved in rock.
Hieroglyphs are pictures representing words or ideas.

Pictogram, Petroglyph and hieroglyph
Papyrus was made from of the papyrus plant.
It was manufactured in Egypt and Southern Sudan.
Oldest papyrus dates around 2560-2550 BCE.
Paper is produced by pressing together moist fibers; of wood or grass.
The oldest paper dates from 2nd century BC in China.
In the 13th century, the first water-powered paper mills were built.
Parchment is a material made from animal skin.
It was developed in Pergamon in 263 BCE.
Printer that accept text and graphic output and transfer the information to paper.
The first known movable printer was created in China, in 1040.
Papyrus, paper, parchment and the printer
It is a vocal music, which means they aren't instruments.
It is sung in the unison, which means there is only one note simultaneously.
Sung in free rhythm according to the development of the literary text and not by schemes.
The texts are in Latin.
Characteristics of the Gregorian Chant
Zithers: The oldest one was found in China dating from 433B.C.
Harp: Archaeologists discovered a wall painting in tombs from Egypt which resembled a harp back to 3000 BC.
Oboe: Michel Philidor and Jacques Hotteterre are known for pioneering the orchestral oboe. During the 17ty century it was used in the military and orchestras.
Flute: Archaeologists discovered in Slovenia an ancient flute made from the bones of a cave bear 50,000 years ago
Lute: The lute emerged from the 7th century, in Barbat, Persia
Chorus: that the chorus was firstly performed in the ancient Greece where they sang lyric hymns to honor the god Dionysus
Development of Music
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Group 1
Malena Rodríguez A01227700
Brenda Denisse Rivero A01228570
Ji Young Park A01227825
Paul Garcia A01228726

History Of Film
"Zoopraxiscope" made by William Lincoln in 1867 was the name of the first machine that introduced moving pictures. With the film, the Edison Company decided to project it. In 1891 they made a Kinetoscope, which led to the first projector in the United States. Later on, Louis Lumiere from France made an advanced portable camera with more functions such as processing film and projecting that made it more accessible.
By George Eastman in 1888. "You press the button - we do the rest."
Who invented the Kodak Camera?
In England in 1878, John Loggie Baird, a Scottish amateur scientist, successfully transmitted the first TV picture, after years of work, in 1926, with his mechanical system. Baird’s system used a mechanical camera consisting of a large spinning disc, with a spiral of holes that Paul Nipkow had developed in 1884.
Philo Farnsworth successfully demonstrated electronic television in San Francisco, in 1927.
Who invented the television?
Charles Babbage created the first “computing machine” in 1822. His idea was to create a machine that would compute math problems, so he sought to create an infallible math machine, but what he got instead was a machine that was the basis for what we know now as the computer.
The unique thing about Babbage’s machine was that you could program it.
Who invented the computer?
Who invented the animation?
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