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Transcript: http://history1900s.about.com/od/1930s/a/Dachau.htm 1850 2000 A + E networks Brian Shaw http://abcnews.go.com/Archives/video/lbj-announces-troop-surge-10240974 Star Wars released 1977 The Eiffel Tower was built for the World Exhibition in 1889, held in celebration of the French Revolution in 1789. More than 100 artists submitted competing plans for a monument to be built in central Paris, and serve as the exposition’s entrance. The commission was granted to Eiffel et Compagnie, a consulting and construction firm owned by the acclaimed bridge builder, architect and metals expert Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel. While Eiffel himself often receives full credit for the monument, it was one of his employees—a structural engineer named Maurice Koechlin—who came up with the concept. http://www.englishblog.com/2009/07/moon-landing-anniversary.html#.VB20bfldV8F http://www.dayintechhistory.com/dith/june-29-2007-apple-releases-1st-gen-iphone-edge/ Federal Reserve Board (1917) Christian Villar The Federal Reserve was created when President Woodrow Wilson signed The Federal Reserve Act into law December 23, 1913. The main reason for its creation was to maintain stability in the banking system. This included harboring money and credit to their full potential. The prevention of risk in the financial system was also a priority. Regulations limited the high risk spending and investing that larger banks did before, which subsequently led to credit drops. In other words. This system was a safety net imposed by the government to regulate money and therefor employment, credit etc. http://www.thatericalper.com/2014/02/27/the-world-wide-web-turns-25-and-pew-takes-a-look-at-our-view-of-it/ Apollo 11 landed on the moon in 1969 to the delight of America and everyone involved with the project. Many people believe that NASA fabricated the event and that the moon landing was a hoax. Julio Molinares 1943 Scarcity of Copper Supply in America http://www.aa.org/pages/en_US/aa-timeline (1911)Triangle Shirtwaist Factory AMS2270.001F14 20th Century American Culture This act was put into law to protect the rights of all US citizens regardless of race, color, religion, national origin. Before the act many (namely black) citizens were discriminated against unjustly. Social as well as judicial forms of discrimination were prevalent in especially right-wing and southern states throughout the early part of the 20th century. "Separate but equal" was the term used to describe the poor treatment of those of color. In many areas, it was impossible for a African American to vote. Death threats were common. To this day, The Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects all United States citizens against segregation of any sort. 1989 Invention of World Wide Web The Dust Bowl in the Western states was also a great contributor to the Great Depression. 1900 http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/wp/2014/03/18/rare-mid-march-snowstorm-in-washington-d-c-photos/ The Fall of Saigon (1975), capital of South Vietnam, marked the end of the war and set up a Socialist Republic in Vietnam 1943 Operation Desert Storm was an operation that focused on mainly protecting Kuwait. Iraq annexed Kuwait and burned their oil because the Iraqis thought that Kuwait was keeping oil for themselves. America stepped in and intervened. He definitely lived by his saying The VC fought with Guerilla Warfare, often hiding in underground tunnels and trees. Christian Villar The Great Depression hit the world hard in the 1930s. The Nazis took advantage of this situation and were able to come to power in Germany, establish their first concentration camp, and begin a systematic persecution of Jews in Europe. Throughout the Holocaust , several concentration and death camps facilitated forced medical experiments on their prisoners. Dachau was no exception to this policy. The medical experiments conducted at Dachau were ostensibly aimed at improving military survival rates and bettering medical technology for German civilians. These experiments were usually exceptionally painful and unneeded. In 1990, Berners-Lee writes the first Web Page and Web Server http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/hitler.html 1945 Adolf Hitler Died World Trade Center Attacked https: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=icHXZg4QQ3Y Interactive Timeline WWII Begins September 1, 1939 Cold War Begins (1945) Julio Molinares The Cold War started after WW2 when the US and the USSR emerged as world powers. The two conflicting ideologies of capitalism and communism rent these two previous allies apart. The Cold war lasted until the beginning of the 1990s. The Cold war also spurred the red scare and the almost witch hunt mentality of finding communist sympathizers among our ranks In 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson sent the Marine Corp to South Vietnam to oppose the Viet Cong (VC) and a communist takeover of Vietnam. http://blogs.glnd.k12.va.us/nlewis/ http://pdxretro.com/2011/06/movement-founded-on-this-date-in-1935/ Brian

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Transcript: So Where Are We Now? 13 The Beginning 1) Awang, Mohamed Saufi, and Mohd Zaid Abdullah. “Robotic Neurosurgery: A Preliminary Study Using An Active Vision-Guided Robotic Arm For Bone Drilling And Endoscopic Manoeuvres.” Malaysian Journal Of Medical Sciences 18.2 (2011): 53-57. Academic Search Complete. Web. 30 Jan. 2012. Applications Future Development 1941: Term robotics is used 14) Cubelets: www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EDsLayRKQA Medical 1969: Stanford Arm 11 1997: Robocup 1974: The Silver Arm By: Rob Ashcraft 1921: Word robot originates Robot is first used in the play R.U.R (Rossum's Universal Robots) by Karel Capek. Research Robots are all around us. They make the cars we drive, package the things we use, and even assist with surgery. In the past few decades they have come to define the assembly line as well as open up new frontiers in space. Robots have worked their way into our lives and as time goes on and technology becomes more advanced our dependency on them will only grow. Growing from one time science fiction to modern day reality, our society has embraced the use of robots. 1959: Computer-assisted Manufacturing 15 1990: iRobot is founded A robotic arm that used touch and pressure sensors as feedback. Teaching 1979: Stanford Cart 12 Robot built by Honda to demonstrate bipedal movement, the predecessor to the ASIMO First computer controlled by a computer designed to help the handicapped. Using six joints it simulated a human arm. Navigation AI In this year the First Robotics competition started with 28 teams in a school gym. 16) http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/56/R.U.R._by_ Karel_%C4%8Capek_1939.jpg Isaac Asimov, a science fiction writer, uses the term robotics to describe the technology of robots. 1961: UNIMATE 13) I Robot: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tXbpETVx-Q 14 Isaac Asimov writes the story "Runaround" which contains the "Three Laws of Robotics." 1) A robot may not injure a human or allow a human to come to harm. 2) A robot must obey orders given to it by a human unless the order violates law 1. 3) A robot must protect its own existence as long as its protection doesn't violate the first two laws. Entertainment/Learning A multimillion dollar company that develops robots for everyday use. 12) ASIMO: www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZngYDDDfW4 Sci Fi Cyber Punk Video Games 2) Abiko S, Yoshida K. Adaptive Reaction Control for Space Robotic Application with Dynamic Model Uncertainty. Advanced Robotics [serial on the Internet]. (2010, May 15), [cited January 30, 2012]; 24(8/9): 1099-1126. Available from: Academic Search Complete. 4) Alac, Morana, Javier Movellan, and Fumihide Tanaka. “When A Robot Is Social: Spatial Arrangements And Multimodal Semiotic Engagement In The Practice Of Social Robotics.” Social Studies Of Science (Sage Publications, Ltd.) 41.6 (2011): 893-926. Academic Search Complete. Web. 30 Jan. 2012. 1956: Unimation Inc Founded 5) "Robot History." JSC Learning Technologies Home. Web. 02 Feb. 2012. <http://prime.jsc.nasa.gov/ROV/history.html>. 16 The 90's and the Beginning of Robot Competitions 17 10 A robot that crossed a chair filled room without the assistance of humans. Using a camera it analyzed distances between obstacles. 9) McLuhan_Medium is the massage 1970: Shakey Shakey was the first mobile robot that was controlled by AI (artificial intellegence). It was produced by SRI International. MIT demonstrated computer-assisted manufacturing in its Servomechanisms Lab. Robots 1963: Rancho Arm Pop Culture Originally established with the goal of making robots that could defeat the world cup champions by 2050, the goal has broadened to other applications of robotics. 18 15) Nano Quadrotors: www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQIMGV5vtd4 18) http://www.whichbetter.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/bot2.jpg 7) "What Is Robotics?" SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, Carnegie Mellon. Web. 02 Feb. 2012. <http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~chuck/robotpg/robofaq/1.html>. Computer Controlled Surgery Production/Distribution of Drugs Media Sources 8) "History of Robotics - Timeline, AI, Industrial, Toy Robots, Robotic Arm, Technology." Science for Kids - Fun Experiments, Cool Facts, Online Games, Activities, Projects, Ideas, Technology. Web. 02 Feb. 2012. <http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/technology/historyofrobotics.html>. Decades of Robots Work Cited 17) UCSF Medical: www.youtube.com/watch?v=oumlYbwfAsI 6) "FIRST History." USFIRST.org. First Robotics. Web. 02 Feb. 2012. <http://www.usfirst.org/aboutus/first-history>. Innovation First electrically powered and computer-controlled robot arm. 10) First Robotics: www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUHsAkY_3ow 1942: "Three Laws of Robotics" 3) Munih, Marko, and Tadej Bajd. “Rehabilitation Robotics.” Technology & Health Care 19.6 (2011): 483-495. Academic Search Complete. Web. 30 Jan. 2012. Unimation was the first robot compony. Founded by George Devol with Joseph Engelberger as the president. 1992: First Robotics General Motors had the first industrial robot in its New Jersey

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Transcript: By: Sam Biglin 1/21/14 Period 1 Death Of Emmett Till On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his speech to those of which who marched with him onto Washington to address the rights of the African-American population. Freedom bus being firebombed. "I Have A Dream" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greensboro_sit-ins On February 1, 1960, four black college freshman (Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, Jibreel Khazan, and David Richmond. Otherwise known as the Greensboro Four) sat at the lunch counter in the Woolworth store in Greensboro, N.C. The four men were refused service because the counter they sat at was for whites only. They stayed seated until the store closed, even after being asked to leave. In Jackson, Mississippi, 1963, (civil rights leader) Medgar Evers was shot to death in his own driveway by Byron De La Beckwith. Byron was put on trial, but the all-white jury was unable to reach a verdict so he was set free. Although, the case was reopened 30 years later and the racially diverse jury found him guilty of murder and he was sentenced to life imprisonment. http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/brown/brown-brown.html Timeline of The Civil Rights Movement Martin Luther King Jr. giving his "I Have A Dream speech Four days after "flirting" with a white woman, Emmett Till was assassinated in Mississippi on August 28, 1955, by two white men (the woman's husband and her brother). The two were put on trial but were found "not guilty". All around the country people were outraged by the decision of the jury, and this brought to light how sever racism had gotten in the south. In September of 1957, nine black children were the first to integrate into Central High School (an all-white school). Governor Orval Faubus sent the state national guard into Little Rock to deny the black children entrance into the school. Though, Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower sent in the federal troops to esort the nine children into the school for their first "full day" of school. July 2, 1964, the Civil Rights Act was signed. It outlawed all segregation between the African-American people and the White people. Some examples being: public pools, restrooms, school, etc. The African-Americans had finally earned what they have been fighting and protesting for; they were finally free. Montgomery Bus Boycott In Montgomery, Alabama, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white man. Rosa was convicted of breaking the segregation law; this lead the leaders of the local black community to boycott all buses. This boycott lasted over a year until the U.S. Supreme Court determined that the bus segregation law was unlawful. For over a year, in the city of Montgomery, all buses were boycotted by the black community due to the unfair ruling in the case of Rosa Parks' conviction. The boycott was ended when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that bus segregation was unconstitutional. Congress Passes Civil Rights Act Rosa Parks http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/treasures_of_congress/text/page24_text.html A picture of Emmett Till http://www.history.com/ The Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas is actually an accumulation of five separate cases only grouped together under that name. The U.S. Supreme Court heard this case on three separate occasions. Finally, the decision of the court was announced on May 17, 1954, which said that school segregation violated the Due Process clauses of the fourteenth amendment, the court then ordered for desegregation. Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas The Greensboro Four In Birmingham, Alabama, just before Sunday services at the 16th street baptist church, a bomb exploded leaving four young black girls dead and many other injured. Fights between protesters and the police over this incident drew much attention to civil rights of the African- American community. African-American people walking to work, refusing to ride the bus Medgar Evers Assassinated A picture of the nine brave students who entered the school Representation of African-American freedom Greensboro Sit In The Little Rock Nine Sources: May 4, 1961, 13 African-American and white civil activists launched bus trips through the southern United States to protest against segregation. During these trips, African-American activists tried to use "white-only" restrooms, lunch counters, and other public segregated areas. Though, many of these buses were met with great violence, including some being firebombed, killing many. A picture of Medgar Freedom Rides Begin IN D.C. The 16th street baptist church A picture of Rosa Parks Church Bombing in Birmingham

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Transcript: The video containing this image can be viewed by following the link provided (playable with silverlight/windowsmedia plug-ins): http://libx.bsu.edu/cdm/ref/collection/WWIIHstFlm/id/55 Beginning of the Great war No Other Choice? 1925 On July 30, 1965 President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Social Secuirty Acts Amendments. Medicare started a program where persons aged 65 or older, had hospital and medical insurance to aid the elderly in paying health care bills. It was funded by taxing employees on their earnings, with some employers contributing. Confrontation with the Japanese continued well into 1945. U.S. forces were slowly closing in on the island of Japan, but President Truman was faced with a dilemma. Would he sacrifice more American lives in an attempt to invade the island? Or, would he make the decision to drop the world's first atomic bomb on another nation? Truman chose the ladder, and on August 6, 1945, the U.S. bomber, Enola Gay, dropped a 5 ton nuclear weapon on the city of Hiroshima (Atomic bomb dropped, history.com). Three days later a second bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki (Atomic bomb, history.com). Roughly over 100,000 people died in the two bombings. The dropping of the bombs were marinated in controversy, and many intellects of the time believed it would bring about a destructive nuclear age (and they may have been right on the money). These events can be argued as the underlining foundation for the Cold War. Photos of the papers President Eisenhower used for his speech "Polish Infantry of the German Army in East Prussia Advance Over Flat Ground in Extended Order Firing From Individual Rifle Pits." New York Times, November 22, 1914" from: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/rotogravures/rototime1.html Mile 1934 Picture of the Duck and Cover Pamphlet Excerpt from All Quiet, source: http://www.nyu.edu/library Laguerre County 1928 Political and social leaders had long been attempting to unify the nation. This vision finally began to fall into place when the radio became a common item in nearly half the homes in America. "Through a system of culturally uplifting music and educational shows, radio programmers hoped that the would help to create a new American people," (Creating Mass CUlture, xroads.virginia.edu). With 40% of family households owning a radio, American people were given the ability to share a common experience (Dykins-Callahan, "Mass Culture"). The 20s were a time ripe with heroes in the eye of the American public. Americans found comfort in the ritualistic preservation of the old ideal these heroes provided, especially in sports (Nash, "Mood of the people"). There was no bigger hero, perhaps, than the man who came to be known as, "The Sultan of Swat." Babe Ruth was the hero every American sports fan needed. The game of baseball seemed to revolve around him. And the home runs he hit seemed capable of revolving around the earth. 1945 1929 Mile 20s Begin to Roar Mable Holmes was a Kansas Native during the dust storms of the Great Depression. One of her journal entries of the storms is seen below. Source: http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/210784/text http://www.villages-news.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Harry-Truman.jpg?8f924e Mile Photo from: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/coolhtml/ccpres04.html Erich Remarque's 1928 novel, All Quiet On The Western Front, was based off of his first hand experience of fighting in the Great War for the German Army. His novel gained tremendous popularity in the U.S., and highlights the plight and repercussions of this epic war. The novel was just another look into why the war caused more disillusionment and brought an end to the Progressive Era (Dykins-Callahan, "First Red Scare"). V.E. Day The bomb, "Fat Man," dropped on Nagasaki Source: http://nsarchive.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB162/ World War Once More Nagasaki the day after the atomic bomb Source: http://nsarchive.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB162/ McKinnon County Exits 1929-1945 The mill was owned by steel business tycoon Andrew Carnegie. He gave consent to the manager of Homestead, Henry Frick, to hire guards from the Pinkerton National Detective Agency as strikebreakers ("An Awful Battle", historymatters.gmu.edu). The strike turned into a bloody battle between the two sides, and eventually the state militia of Pennsylvania interjected. In the end the strike was ended along with the once powerful union of workers. Image take from the official Social Security Website: http://www.ssa.gov/history/perkinsradio.html Medicare and Medicaid http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jb/jazz/jb_jazz_radio_3_e.html 1954 In the lower right corner of the sketch, women can be seen participating in strike. Homestead was an entire village based around the mill and so the strike dealt with more than strictly labor issues. The living conditions for entire families was equally as sub-standard. Margret Byington, a member of the Russel Sage Foundation, wrote in her report, Homestead: Households of a Mill Town, "The kitchen,

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Transcript: Following fast on the heals of Pong, Atari begins work on project Stella, a cartridge based home console, which would release as the Atari 2600 in 1977 With the emergence of popular video game icons came the beginning of an era of social unity for those who played video games. Mario became an immediately recognizable icon, and popular video game themesongs evolved into trendy anthems. With the introduction of the gameboy came the idea of a mobile media/entertainment system. No longer was your enjoyment tethered to your home, or a power outlet, but now it could travel with your in your pocket, and be more easily shared with friends Only 1 year after the release of the gameboy color, Sega Genesis releases the new Neo-Geo, a 24-bit console, with far more advanced and detailed 2D graphics, putting the company years ahead of it's predecessors 1995 saw the release of the Sony Playstation, the new home console, which introduced 32-bit 3D graphics, which introduced games like Metal Gear Solid and Resident Evil With the advancement of 3D graphics and actual voice work in video games, video games saw a change in their portrayal of stories, shifting more into the realm of narrative media, especially with titles like Metal Gear Solid and Final Fantasy VII As sony releases the Playstation 2 in the year 2000, and Microsoft launches the first Xbox in the year 2001, we see the beginning of the console war, a battle that continues to rage to this day between the two major gaming corporations As the war between Sony and Microsoft became more pronounced, a wave of fanboys overtook the gaming scene. Everywhere, players began choosing sides, picking either Microsoft or Sony to ally behind, thus creating the fanboy war. While this was great for unity within each camp, fanboyism is a plague that still haunts the video game community A game changing shift to the video game scene emerged when Halo 2, a popular Xbox title, skyrocketed online play, revolutionizing and in many ways inventing the way players played with and against each other online via home consoles. Today, Nintendo Microsoft and Sony battle constantly for dominance of the gaming market. Online play is a competitor with the single player content, and fanboys are almost more common than casual gamers. But what does all this mean for the future of gaming? By combining video games with other technologies, we see and emergence of a whole new subculture: the gamers. Identified by the types of games they play, the frequency of use, and even the reason for playing, gamers are as diverse as the subcultures of any other form of entertainment, from readers to movie-goers. From the very first game, video games have been changing the world one step at a time, integrating a new form of storytelling and entertainment, and eventually changing the way people interact with one another. Now, games have an appeal for everyone, from the hardcore RPG fans, to the casual sports game players. Not only have they changed our world, but they have expanded it, allowing us to share a common medium with cultures all over the world. http://web.archive.org/web/20090330034733/http://www.time.com/time/covers/1101050523/console_timeline/ http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/news210206xboxlivetopten Humble Beginnings Sorry Mario, But Our Princess is in Another Castle New Horizons Thank you for your attention! and their value as a social media Sources The Market Today Choosing Sides The Online Game Less than 10 years after the emergence of Pong, a new gaming power, Nintendo, arrives on the scene with the Nintendo Entertainment system (1995), heralding a new era of media icons A Brave New World The Icons Emerge Gaming on the Go Beginning as a German project in the 1960's, the first home console was born from the mind of Ralph Baer In 1985, only 4 years after the launch of their first home console, Nintendo releases the Gameboy, a portable gaming system with 8bit graphics, and memorable titles like Tetris to launch the platform into popularity Within the next 10 years, the company Atari would produce Pong, a simplistic game that would catapult the company to legendary status, cementing them in homes all over Oh my god Shiny! The World With Games More Shinies The War Begins Playing the Market Creating a Story The History of Video Games Growing Fast

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