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Moving Pictures

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Robert Borja

on 30 October 2013

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Transcript of Moving Pictures

In Conclusion
History of Moving Pictures
Significance of Moving Pictures
Human Behavior
Movies inspire and entertain
They have the power to bring out, joy, sadness, fear, and anger out of us.
They are powerful ways of conveying experience
Many of them teach us important lessons:
Perception of people, society as a whole, basic education, music, literature, production design, dance, history & politics
Movies can make you remember dates and names
Movies allow us to drift from our ordinary lives and place our minds into the character's mind
An Introduction of New Technology
3D images started from the birth of moving images
New technology will have a special array that sits in front of the projector
This array will polarize it's light
Filter covering the screen obscures different vertical regions of the screen
The movie will have right-eye and left-eye image interleaved in vertical columns
The trick? - To have the light visible by left eye contain left-eye pixels and vice versa.
1832 - 1834
1832 - Joseph Plateau, of

- A spinning wheel with an image at its center that seems to move

1834 - William Horner
1872 - 1888
1872 - Eadweard Muybridge shoots famous

- The images, when viewed in sequence, showed a primitive movie
1890 - 1908
1890- First modern movie camera, The Kinetograph, built by Thomas

1898 - Alice Guy, first French female director, shoots first sound film in

1908 - More than 8,000 Nickelodeon movie theaters exist in United

1909 - 35 mm film becomes the standard
Plastic is invented
More then 9,000 Nickelodeon movie theaters in the United States
1910 - 1930
1910 - Edison presents sound movie, the Kinetophone
D.W. Griffith shoots "In Old California" in Hollywood, the move west has begun
1914 - Charlie Chaplin, Tramp first appears in "Kid Auto

1919 - Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks join together to create

1920 - Alice Guy directs her 248th and last film, Tarnished

1924 - Metro Picture Corporation, Sam Goldwyn, and Louis B.

1927 - British Broadcasting Company is founded
1929 - First Academy Awards is held
1930 - 1950
1932 - Walt Disney shoots Flowers and the Trees in the

1934 - Leni Riefenstahl directs the Nazi propaganda film

1936 - Leni Riefenstahl shoots the Olympics
1937 - Disney creates the first feature-length animated

1946 - The Cannes Film Festival debuts.
1947 - The Polaroid camera is invented.
1952 - 1970
1952 - Bwana Devil, first 3D film released.
The 3D film craze begins
1956 - Videotape becomes the staple of

1960 - First U.S. Presidential debates;

1962 - Telstar launched into space;
1971 - 1990
1991 - Present
1971 - Video cassette recorders introduced
Computer Space; first video arcade game
1975 - Sony introduces Betamax
VHS home video recording introduced; Betamax quickly eclipsed
1978 - John Carpenter's "Halloween"
1981 - IBM; personal home computers
1982 - Walt Disney Studios' "Tron"
1985 - Blockbuster Video opens
1988 - 52 percent of U.S. homes have

1990 - Hubble Telescope launched
1991 - Disney and Pixar join forces to

1992 - 76 % of American homes have

1994 - Forrest Gump; New & Archive

1998 - HDTV broadcast begins
1999 - Tivo introduced
2003 - Disney abandons traditional

2006 - YouTube explodes on the
(The Home Life)
Every time you point your camcorder and push the red record button you
"Create History"
Camcorder is just like our mind… It grabs a piece of time and records it with light and sound
Videotape child’s first steps, first words, or a summer vacation
Moving family scrapbook
Documenting the age in which we live in
Camcorders do a better job than our mind… Do you think you can remember back to your first birthday and remember the color shirt you were wearing?
Films are powerful ways of sharing info about ones opinions and ideas
Can be portrayed in an informative matter
Michael Moore makes movies from a point of view
Promotes products
James bond movie earned $100 million on products sold before the movie even came out
Organized messages to eliminate or reduce negative portrayals
Producing realization of entitlement
To a career in a women
Providing new consciousness about sexist stereotypes
Changing attitudes towards war
Childcare are installing video surveillance to ensure complete safety for their children
Footage captured can be used to capture the person doing the crime
Offices install cameras to keep an eye on their employees and know whats going on
Influence on Society
•The Tianansquare protest of 1989 following weeks of huge protests in Beijing and a crackdown that resulted in the deaths of hundreds, a lone man stepped in front of a column of tanks.
This moment instantly became a symbol of the protests as well as a symbol against oppression worldwide.
Photography has given people a still self-image that they can critisize or admire, in retun it has made people more self-conscience or narcissistic.
Film Affecting Our Daily Behavior
Step into any public store, even some private buildings and you are being recorded.
Closed circuit recording has increasingly helped over the last 30 years to set a public law-abiding psyche in people.
Influences on Society
“Blood Diamonds” had a great significance to socially awareness on the war zone mined diamonds in “Sierra Leone”.
Positive vs Negative Message:
Moving Pictures
June 4, 2013
West Coast University
Robert Borja, Exsayana Sanchez, & Leanne Stern

Hot or Cool ?
3D Technology is HOT
Hot media requires low audience participation
McLuhan's Hypothesis
"People adapt to their environment through a certain balance or ratio of their senses, and the primary medium of the age brings out a particular ratio"
Eadweard Muybridge's photographed stills gave birth to the modern day film
3D film technology will give birth to our next generation
1888 - George Eastman produces the first
1887 - Celluloid nitrate film is invented
Belgium, invents the Phenakistoscope
refines the Phenakistoscope, into the Zoetrope
series of still images
lightweight camera and trademarks Kodak name
A. Edison and William Kennedy Dickson
Races at Venice"
Meyer create MGM
new three-strip Technicolor process
Triumph of the Will.
cartoon, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
and white home recorder; The PortaPak
Television images from U.S. to France and England
Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy
television production
1967 - Sony introduces low-cost black
cable television
into space
create computer-generated films
"This is essentially the next step that was required for 3-D display technology without glasses," said physicist John Koshel, who studies optical science at the University of Arizona
Violence in movies has always been a controversial topic and has been blamed for tragic events
Marolyn Monroe influenced beauty in the 1950's and set a standard for the rest of the women in America
John F. Kennedy Assassination
"Movies can and do have tremendous influence in shaping young lives in the realm of entertainment toward the ideal and objective of normal adulthood." - Walt Disney
Ever wonder what's in store for future generations?
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