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Transcript: - Computer = Data Structure + Algorithm - Data structure being the actual bytes of information that make data. * Web databases are the cultural maniestations of data structure. - Algorithm being the recognizance and execution of a task in a certain manner. * Games are the cultural manifestations of algorithm. - The projection of this model onto the world is an essential quality of new media. - Database is explicit in computer culture. - Narrative is not explicit. It still exists, but of our own need to create it. - Narrative and database forms exist as two "competing imaginations [...], two basic creative impulses". - Database and narrative have existed as methodology in a loose sense from early recorded history (Diderot's novels vs. his role in the Encyclopédie) - Historically we seem to back-and-forth from and to each form's prominence. - The digital computer marks the best fit "age" for database so far. Database a database is a structured collection of data. it is an array and need not have cohesion. usually databases are optimized for ease of retrieval. New Media a prezi by nick saulnier - Structuralist linguistic theory by Saussre; used here to explore the relationship between narrative and database. - Syntagmatic dimension: explicit, what was chosen, real text - Paradigmatic dimension: implicit, what could have been, imagined world Lev Manovich and Me! http://1n73rn37gh3770.space/ (Emilie Gervais) (Breakcore as a genre) https://vimeo.com/91814173 (Tabor Robak) - Computure culture: culture after computers. Data structure <--> Database Algorithm <--> Narrative - Whereas databases and algorithms are required for a computers function, narrative is not required to have a 'computer culture', only database. a narrative should contain both an actor and narrator. it should contain 3 distinct levels: TEXT, STORY, and the FABULA. A narrative's contents should be a series of events caused or experienced by the actor. Narrative Syntagm and Paradigm - New media art models itself on the ontology of the "computer" (database + algorithm) - Maurizio Bolognini, for example, in "Programmed Machines" (1992), programmed a room of computers to generate random images infinitely. In several installations of the same piece, the monitor is eventually removed and the image exists only as data inside the computer. Nothing is present except for a machine, purposed to collect data that is accessed in random succession, with no intentional sequence. ---> - "The Stairs-Munich-Projection" (1995) Greenaway - "The new media object consists of one or more interfaces to a database of multimedia material" - Lev Manovich - Through new media a technical definition of narrative can be said simply a traversing a database between records established by the database's creator. http://www.teleportacia.org/anna/ [anna karenin goes to paradise] - The database is born from computers. - As a form, it proceeds linear narrative and revitalizes the world as seen by cinema. - Rather than images juxtaposed in a succession in order to produce associations, Database is any number of any things, relational only in their situation in non-space. - Visual Novel - Trouble writing narrative - Uncomfortability with algorithm, desire to create effort - "Database" as sufficient in a lot of my work Cool Presentation database // narrative New Media and Syntagmatic/Pardigmatic Dimension Database and Narrative Database's Influence (on ART) Relevant Art - Existent in novel, cinema - Text, story, fabula - In cinema, montage + sequentiality Database - CD-ROM encyclopedia, web pages, internet - Data of any organization - In bound text the novel is to narrative what the photo album is to database. SO? Algorithm, Data Structure Narrative - New media makes syntagm (narrative) explicit and paradigm (database) implicit. [It reverses them!] - Think of a Adobe Premiere "project". The project, the database of choices from which a *.mov is construted, is explicit (it exists, it is there). - The narrative or what you do with the database is implicit (could be, doesn't have to be). We construct narrative in this software by VIRTUALLY linking together material (data) that exists. - When writing a book or making a sentence, there is only an implicit field of choices from one word to the next. It isn't contained in a "Media Browser" and it doesn't exist.
Transcript: Frequency: The rate at which something occurs or is repeated over a particular period of time or in a given sample. f=I/T Longitudinal wave longitudinal wave Speed of a Wavelength Transverse wave Period: A length or portion of time. T=I/f This is the equilibrium point Standing wave A vibration of a system in which some particular points remain fixed while others between them vibrate with the maximum amplitude. transverse wave Wavelength Diagram By Jared Barajas and Isabella Lovasz Destructive interference constructive interference
Transcript: random intro more random more random On Venus a day is longer than a year. cool facts Cool presentation You become taller in Space. About Space Introduction to cool One million Earths can fit inside the Sun. Introduction to cool random intro more random more random cool facts There are thousands of other planets out there.
Transcript: 27/04/2021 The 4 seasons of doom SUMMARY End Summer Start Fall 21.09 SUMMARY End Fall Start Winter 21.11 End Winter Start Spring 21.03 21.06 End Winter Start Summer INTRO 2 THE 4 SEASONS IN A NUTSHELL everyone gets frozen 1 Leaves fall off trees 4 everyone gets baked alive 3 animals start multiplying WINTER In Fall the leafs fall off the trees. That's why it's called Fall. During this season we celebrate Halloween in which people say 'hallo' to my ween. FALL WINTER WINTER Some animals get trapped in the claws of Winter and begin to hybernate. Other animals such as the 'tatakae' bird escape winter and flee to a warmer country. Humans however have enough knowledge to survive inside of the W I N T E R!! SINTERKLAAS Saint-Nicholas 6 December CHRISTMAS Santa 25 December SPRING Jump. jump; jump jump jumpj umpj ump jumpj umo jump jump jump jump jump jump jumphjump jump jump jump jump jump jump jump jmup jmupj mjupjmupjm pumpum pjumpjumpj jmupjmupjm pujm pumupmjpumjumpupjmjpjmpuumup SPRING EASTER EASTER (first sunday of april) MOEDERDAG MOTHERSDAY MARCH MAY AUGUST NOVEMBER IN BRIEF SUMMER NEWS NEWS MORE NEWS MORE NEWS
Transcript: Resident Memorial Service Today's workforce OVERVIEW OF ADEA Fact: Over half of U.S. workers are now over 40 Years old !
Transcript: Hello Everyone, My name is Krystal Fussell, and I will be presenting to you today, "How to Make Healthy Cool" in your school and community. A few things about me: My name is Krystal Fussell. I will be sixteen this month. I am currently a sophomore. I am a proud member of FCCLA for two years now. I go to Ayden-Grifton High School (pitt county). First, we are going to do a few activities to learn more about each other, and becoming more familiar and comfortable in your surroundings. I am going to pass out a piece of paper and a pencil to everyone. Once you get your materials, wait for everyone else to get theirs and I will then explain what to do. Now that everyone has their paper, I want you to write down one of your worst fears. Do not tell anyone what it is or write your name, we want it to be anonymous. When everyone is done I will pass around a box for you to put the slips of paper in. I am going to pass the box around the classroom to each person. Everyone needs to take ONE paper out of the box and read it out loud. Then I want you to explain, as if you were the person that wrote it, why this particular thing might be scary to you. This activity shows that a lot of people in this room share some of the same feelings and opinions as others on some subjects. But it also proves how very different we are as well, because people think differently about different things based on the experiences they have had through life. we must accept these differences and realize it is ok to not have the same opinion, but that we should not make others feel as if theirs is wrong or irrelevant because we all have a reason to feel the way we do. The same way we feel different about the things that we fear or dislike, many of us also have different opinions of what we think is beautiful. You may think one person has certain characteristics that make them beautiful, but others that don't. But there are definitely certain characteristics that are widely characterized as the stereotypical "beautiful" traits. Which are best? brown? Blue? or green?
Transcript: Presentation Maybe ;) Yes No She was a man few days ago but this is in the past for her. Mary's mother has 4 daughters Did you know ? Now you know ! This was unconfirmed information from internet! In 1647 the English Parliament forbids Christmas Upon the departure of the Titanic on board there were 36,000 apples 38,500 kg. Meat 40,000 eggs and 1,000 bread. This is food for crew and passengers for 7 day trip Now after this presentation you must be able to tell what is the luminosity of the sun. So? Before placing man in her bed, the Russian Empress Catherine II the Great he is subjected to a sex test in "committee" of six ladies.That's how she checked does he have a syphilis. Did you like our presentation ? This is Mery. Let's change this page as fast as we can ? Mary: Get back!!!! who is the fourth daughter? Now let's test your brain. The smallest book in the world is a size 2.4 to 2.9 mm. Issued in Leipzig and contains the alphabet in the form of drawings. I am sorry, but no one care !!! A: 3,127×10^3 W The computing power of the human brain can readily be increased by 689%, as the drill very small holes in the brain, and is passed through these capillaries. This will reduce the temperature of the "bioprocessor" 1.7 ° C as a result of heat exchange between the blood vessels and the surrounding air. This is May.She is pretty beautiful,isn't she ? B: 2,1368×10^23 W April is the little sister. She is an Asian but her family really loved her except the father because he is racist. This is June. She looks ... black. Her family named her June because this is the hottest month and they hoped she is just burned by the sun but it's not true.She is black. The father of family don't like her too (it's obvious. He is a racist !). The answer is none of the above, you are idiots. Sorry ;c THE END A fall from great heights cats survive because they land on the balls of their feet that are soft and soften the blow. There is evidence that cat has survived a fall from a 20 storey building, had only minor injuries.
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