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Transcript: ~Monitor~ A Monitor is a: device that displays images or symbols generated by computers Until the early 1980's most monitors were terminals. They were boxy video display terminals (VDT's) combined with an attached keyboard. A terminal could be configured to work with just about any computer on the market. (Not that there was a wide selection of personal computers for you to choose from) ~ several companys make monitors like Dell, Apple, Gateway, HP, Sony, Vaio, ect. 1080p is the max resolution Minimum is is about 600p and that is way low!!! 1.1 Pixel resolution 1.2 Spatial resolution 1.3 Spectral resolution 1.4 Temporal resolution 1.5 Radiometric resolution Monitors are cool!!!! 1.) What is the maximum resolution? A.) 1080p B.) 1280p C.) 367846467p D.) 600p 2.) What ISN'T a type of resolution? A.) Telamachus resolution B.) Radiometric resolution C.) Pixel resolution D.) Temporal resolution 3.) What is a monitor? A.) A odomator that displays what you are looking for. B.) device that displays images or symbols generated by computers C.) A screen hooked to the monitor 4.) When did the monitor become common? A.) Early 70's B.) Late 70's C.) Early 80's D.) Late 80's 5.) Who doesn't make monitors? A.) apple B.) Dell C.) Sony D.) Intel we dont know what this means but it has somthing to do with resolution! s A monitor is a screen that is attatched to th Resolution there are many types of resolutions like:

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Transcript: CONS without native resolution there are blurry images some models have poor color quality dead or stuck pixels poor display in sunlight not designed to allow easy replacement of back lights uneven back lighting in some monitors causing back light distortion(happens mostly in older monitors) especially around the edges. Cons Short life span More vunerable to screen burn in LCD has higher resolution than a Plasma Has a poor reproduction of color black, black often comes out as shades of gray. Plasma monitors are heavy Uses more electricity than an LCD It contains a shadow mask which is a thin metal screen filled with many holes It contains an aperture grill which contains tiny vertical lines that helps illuminate the phosphor of the faceplate.This added on feature may be more expensive. Contains a slot-mask mask tube that is a combination of a shadow mask and a aperture grill. CRT Features... PROS has better contrast inexpensive dependable clearer pictures viewable from any angle CRTS are suitable for graphic professionals Plasma Features... Plasma Characteristics... Pros Excellent brightness High resolution Plasma does not use a scanning electron beam to create a picture, all the pixels on the screen lit up at the same time. Has a wide viewing angle. Good contrast CRT Characteristics Types of Monitors Thin profile Standard screen sizes Brighter screens Low energy consumption Flicker free refresh rates High contrast ratios LCD Features... LCD Characteristics... PROS Operating temperature of 0-50degrees Celsius storage temperature of 20-70 degrees Celsius cost effective space efficient reduced radiation lighter weight less eyestrain better image quality and contrast longer life span easier options and features Cons Consumes more power Prone to screen flicker large and heavy Give out an unhealthy amount of radiation. generates lots of heat not always compatible of new technology that is coming out or already out LCD Characteristics... Plasma Characteristics... CRT CHARACTERISTICS... Works by combining neon and xenon gas mixture between 2 glass plates. High brightness No need to dim the lights Great for wall or ceiling for easy way of viewing Resources

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Transcript: This is Zach Although many would not be quick to think that this profession is a sales role, I immediately thought this way. Unlike car salesmen or real estate agents, tattoo artists sell a permanent service without a return policy or opportunity to upgrade in the future. No one says that sales has to be a certain way! While spending the day with Zach, I thought a lot about what I would do differently regarding any aspect of the job or sales process. The one thing I would do would be to photograph every client's tattoo. Adding value, making each client feel special, and giving you more options later when compiling your portfolio. "People buy people, not things" 3 Aspects I Noticed The Sales Process Do what makes you happy! Don't base your career off of money! Finding something that you love and are excited about doing every day is what you should be fighting for. If you don't love what you do, you won't be as happy as you could be. When First Meeting A Client: New or Returning 1. Comfort and trust are a must! - Trust is key in sales - "People buy people, not things" 2. Always do your best work - "Make a sale, make a commission; Make a friend, make a fortune" 3. Honesty and Integrity - Integrity is everything A Bit Unexpected Day of the Tattoo The Whole Experience Key Lesson Greet customer Ask questions like What design do they have in mind? Where do they want it? When do they want it done? Give feedback on what is possible, how much it roughly cost, and when there is availability to make it happen Set up future appointment for the service, putting a down payment of $50 to commit to appointment Local Blacksburg tattoo artist at Ancient Art Tattoo and Body Piercing Has worked as a tattoo artist for 7 yrs Started in West Virginia Became a tattoo artist by hanging around his favorite shop all the time until his artist asking if he wanted the opportunity to try Originally had plans to become a history teacher A Different Take Do every tattoo with your utmost quality and care. This is a permanent display of your ability and an ongoing opportunity to bring in new clients when they see your work. Make it count! Give every client the best experience and they are sure to talk about it and recommend you to friends Extraordinary Opportunity Zach Stowers Meet back with customer and present design; address concerns and finalize Start working on the actual tattoo Make sure client is comfortable and relaxed during process Finish work and clarify that the client is completely satisfied with the tattoo Networking A New Look

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