Transcript: BEAN STOCK BOXES The first corrugated cardboard box manufactured in the USA was in 1895. By the early 1900s, wooden crates and boxes were being replaced by corrugated paper shipping cartons. By 1908, the terms "corrugated paper-board" and "corrugated cardboard" were both in use in the paper trade. The Musée du Cartonnage et de l'Imprimerie (Museum of the Cardboard Box) in Valréas, France traces the history of cardboard box making and the art involved in printing, in the region. Cardboard boxes have been used there since 1840 for transporting the Bombyx mori moth and its eggs from Japan to Europe by silk manufacturers, and for more than a century the manufacture of cardboard boxes was a major industry in the area History of the BOX! Ring box! Moving box The first commercial paperboard (not corrugated) box was . The advent of flaked cereals increased the use of cardboard boxes. The first to use cardboard boxes as cereal cartons was the Kellogg Company. Corrugated (also called pleated) paper was patented in England in 1856, and used as a liner for tall hats, but corrugated boxboard was not patented and used as a shipping material until December 20, 1871. The patent was issued to Albert Jones of New York City for single-sided (single-face) corrugated board. Jones used the corrugated board for wrapping bottles and glass lantern chimneys. The first machine for producing large quantities of corrugated board was built in 1874 by G. Smyth, and in the same year Oliver Long improved upon Jones's design by inventing corrugated board with liner sheets on both sides. This was corrugated cardboard as we know it today. Types of BOXES Gift box! The first corrugated cardboard box manufactured in the USA was in 1895. By the early 1900s, wooden crates and boxes were being replaced by corrugated paper shipping cartons. By 1908, the terms "corrugated paper-board" and "corrugated cardboard" were both in use in the paper trade. Created by: Cassie and Julia produced in England in 1817. The Scottish-born Robert Gair invented the pre-cut cardboard or paperboard box in 1890 – flat pieces manufactured in bulk that folded into boxes. Gair's invention came about as a result of an accident: he was a Brooklyn printer and paper-bag maker during the 1870s, and one day, while he was printing an order of seed bags, a metal ruler normally used to crease bags shifted in position and cut them. Gair discovered that by cutting and creasing in one operation he could make prefabricated paperboard boxes. Applying this idea to corrugated boxboard was a straightforward development when the material became available around the turn of the twentieth century
Transcript: Our boxes are shipped on buses made of rocks padded with bubble gum. Hello, we are Boxes Boxes. We are a company who sends a lot of things in boxes. We could even send you 100 pennies for your math classes! *btw this was never a company anyways it's too stupid* Call us at: 404-529-0237 or order on our website: boxesboxeswesellfoxes.com We shipped pocket-size items to huge items to millions of cities all over the world. Boxes Boxes *child may not survive on way from Alaska* Did you get new dishes recently and bought peaches, but then they got rotten? We sell peaches that are fresh picked, with juicy, savory flavor. Mmm.. good! Wanting a child to take care of since your lonely? We send 1 year old babies! We send foxes in our boxes, small trees even. (with branches) Tired of your old boring, stupid family? Then call us and ask us to send you a BRAND new one! Yes, we send families. *you might find bubble gum stuck to your box. sorry :(* A busy teacher? Well, need math supplies? We sell rulers with inches! Need books as well? We sell stories (books)! Need winter gear? Call us for gloves, jackets, etc. Do you have brushes that just don't work? Well, think again! We have NO-OWIES brushes! Love to hike? Maybe your equipment is old, we ship BRAND NEW equipment! So, then you have brand new equipment for your hikes.
Transcript: some hold special stuff. some boxes can be meant for birthday parties, Christmas and other things like that. the end. sometimes there can be a lot and then maybe little. Boxes some boxes come in different shapes and sizes.
Transcript: ADDIE AND SAMI'S STRESS RELIEVING BOXES Communication Arts 2018-19 Problem the problem and why we care the problem Anxiety and depression make everyday life for teens a struggle and even deadly. 63% of people with anxiety and depression don’t get treatment and struggle to find hope. According to TeensMentalHealth.org, 1 in 5 young people suffer from a mental illness such as anxiety or depression. That's 20 percent of our population. We hope to decrease this number by encouraging young students and letting them know there is hope. We are passionate about this topic because we have close connections to people who suffer with mental disorders why we care This problem is strikingly important to us because multiple friends and family members suffer with various mental illness. We wanted to help support our Lincoln family by teaching them coping strategies to help deal with stressful times or situations. Mental illness affects a wide variety of people all across the globe. project Project Summary THE PROBLEM JAN FEB MAR $ #1 #2 #3 2017 WHAT WAS DONE To get started,we questioned Mrs.Chonis about how many students visited her weekly. Next, we designed and put together a box covered with positive messages, guided meditation/ breathing strategies, and a crisis hotline. Inside the box was a survey of their experiences and a homemade stress ball. Finally, we delivered the boxes to Mrs. Chronis so she could distribute them to students in need. The main reason we foucas on stress is because almost every one experiences it on a daliy basis so out product can reach and help a wider variaty of people rather that just thoes with a mental ilness BOX LAYOUT stress balls box cover data data numbers Mrs. Chonis gets over 2000 student visits each year 80% of the students that received a box had a positive experience and would use it again some students that received the boxes still use the strategies The breathing exercises and stress balls were the most known strategies and also the most liked charts Click to edit text conclusion conclusion what we learned We learned that doing favors for someone else can be difficult and tedious but it is worth it in the end. making people happy feels good. the project the presentation We like to be an expert on programs we are experts at. We like having a safety net. We learned how to overcome frustrations. the next steps Mental illness is not something that can solved/ abolished within a few days but i hope this project inspired you to help someone you know that is struggling. To continue positive affects we would supply Mrs. Chonis with more boxes, and continue to spread awareness. YOU can help to! Share your own tips with a friend or family member and let them know they have your support.
Transcript: There are five different types of boxes that are discussed in this presentation. First is the classic Message Box. Although used for a variety of reasons, their purpose hardly changes. Message Boxes display a message when the programmer desires to update the user on a recent action they performed, or to give the user an option towards a course of action. The options that a user can make with a Message Box include cancel, yes or no, or just simply, OK. Next is the List Box. The list box does not accept input directly from the user.Although something can be added,removed, and changed from a list, most programs have a set list that a user chooses something from. The benefits of lists are not limited to programmers.Lists make a program more interactive and engaged with the user as well. Contrary to list boxes... Input boxes take direct user input! If you are a user of a computer, you are familiar with input boxes. Anytime that a program requires you to fill out your name, email address, or password, you have likely typed into a input box. Whenever you combine this box with a list box, A Combo Box is the result! These are less common than your typical list box and input box, but these are very useful. Whenever a certain program does not have the exact information that relates to you, you can now enter in the information that does. Lastly, there are dialog boxes These differ from the boxes that were just discussed. In a sense, there are more closely related to Message Boxes. Dialog boxes offer a more conversation-like feel to the options that are available to choose. They have a field that you can enter your information into like this: This example shows this type of box the best: By: Abel Walker As you can see, there is an option to select as well as type your own. They Look like this: There are The Different Types of Boxes This is not necessarily what all of these boxes look like,but most have the general look of something around this: Examples:
Transcript: Trust in the Lord with ALL All All Your heart And lean NOT on your own understanding In ALL All All Your ways submit to HIM Do you like to keep your life in nice neat Boxes be another with your family Proverbs 3:5-6 Boxes ... INSTEAD a box for God and still another when no one else is Boxes ? It is so exhausting of worrying about all those ... ? a box for family with all these boxes And he will make your PATHS STRAIGHT! ? to be one person with your friends watching a box for you Boxes to live life a box for friends be another when you go to church
Transcript: The surface area of this box is two hundred and sixteen blocks and it costs $1.10 to make the box. Large Box Our football box holds one miniature football helmet. Our small box holds sixteen one-inch blocks. It is made to look cool because there is a football field for people that like football. It is made appealing to the average child's eye because it has all the colors that preschool children like and it has squiggles. Football Helmet It is made appealing to the child's eye because it has all the colors of the rainbow. Our large box holds two-hundred and sixteen blocks. Our box holds sixty-four blocks. Small Box This is made appealing to the eye of a youngster because there is squiggly lines and a hypnotism circle with a lot of colors. The surface area of the box is ninety-six inches squared and it costs forty-nine cents to make. The surface area of the box is forty square inches and it cost two cents to make. The surface area of the box is 216 inches squared and it costs $1.04 to make. Medium Box
Transcript: XnFloat RegisterValueChange SetActive RegisterDeactive glutInitDisplayMode g_pMainSlider typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE *ItemHoverCB) (XnInt32 nItemIndex, void* pUserCxt); g_pMainFlowRouter XnBool 비활성화 이벤트가 발생했을 때의 콜백함수 등록 DeactiveCB g_bInSession RegisterDeactive 정점이 만들어졌을 때의 콜백함수 등록 glMatrixMode RegisterItemSelect type 세션 초기화 glutSetCursor glutInit 정점이 파괴되었을 때의 콜백함수 등록 RegisterActive RegisterItemSelect etc AddListener type context로부터 제스쳐와 트래커를 호출한다. RegisterPrimaryPointCreate g_fValue 값 변경 이벤트가 발생했을 때의 콜백함수 등록 glDisable typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE *OnSessionStartCB) (const XnPoint3D& ptPosition, void* UserCxt); type typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE* DeactivateCB) (void* cxt); g_bIsInput glLoadIdentity used member functions glutSwapBuffer used member functions OpenGL Settings glInit used member functions main.cpp ItemSelectCB RegisterValueChange XnBool glPushMatrix typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE*PrimaryPointCreateCB) (const XnVHandPointContext* pContext, const XnPoint3D& ptFocus, void* cxt); 배회하는 과정에서 처리되는 콜백함수 등록 glOrtho typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE *ItemSelectCB) (XnInt32 nItemIndex, XnVDirection nDirection, void* pUserCxt); RegisterItemHover 인수로 어떤 버퍼를 지울 것인가를 지정한다. PrimaryPointCreateCB 선택 이벤트가 발생했을 때의 콜백함수 등록 glutCreateWindow OnSessionStartCB type initialize g_pBox Global Variable RegisterPrimaryPointDestroy typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE*PrimaryPointDestroyCB) (XnUInt32 nID, void* cxt); 세션 이벤트가 요청되기 위한 함수를 추가한다. glutDisplay ActiveCB XnVSelectableSlider1D * OnSessionEndCB RegisterPrimaryPointDestroy type 윈도우창의 사이즈를 정해준다. 카메라를 기준으로 얼마만큼 떨어진 영역까지 촬영할지를 설정 GLUT 라이브러리의 초기화, 윈도우 시스템의 세션(원격 컴퓨터와 사용자 사이에서 교환되는 데이터들의 완전한 집합) 수행 PrimaryPointDestroyCB etc SetValueChangeOnOffAxis CallBack Functions parameter로 주어진 값을 Active 상태로 바꿈 윈도우 생성 외부 축을 점검할 때 SelectableSlider가 값 변경 이벤트를 보내는 것을 막는다. MyBox * type XnVSessionManager * 현재 매트릭스를 해당 모드의 매트릭스 스택에 push 한다. 활성화 이벤트가 발생했을 때의 콜백함수 등록 ValueChangeCB RegisterSession 이벤트를 기다리는 루프로 진입 g_bActive 이후 사용할 매트릭스 를 설정함. RegisterSession RegisterItemHover 현재 윈도우의 커서 모양 변경 XnVFlowRouter * RegisterPrimaryPointCreate glutPostRedisplay typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE *ValueChangeCB) (XnFloat fValue, void* pUserCxt); 출력화면용 버퍼와 그리기 버퍼를 서로 바꿈 XnBool Update 디스플레이 모드를 초기화 focus와 quick refocus 작업 을 위한 제스쳐를 설정 glutInitWindowSize Identity Matrix(단위행렬)로 현재 Matrix를 초기화한다. type point tracking을 위해 listener를 추가한다. g_pSessionManager glutMainLoop used member functions ItemHoverCB typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE* ActivateCB) (void* cxt); type glClear typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE *OnSessionEndCB) (void* UserCxt); RegisterActive parameter로 주어진 능력 사용 중지 display용으로 등록된 함수를 다시 호출하여 화면을 다시 그리는 함수
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