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Digital Media Content Creation
Transcript of Digital Media Content Creation
When you enter a catogory, that catogory leads into another one for an indepth search. For instance, Politics > Mandate.
There will be a coloboration of sources, A break down bar will enable the user to search via country, date and region. App five: Weather app, view the weather where ever you are. You can draw on the map, update` pictures to places, check-in and share to social media sites. You can also create your own weather updates as to where you are. so its a user generate content weather app essentially. Great for a news room! Weather app App App Presentation device, numerous tools to show and demonstrate/create work. I have labelled the apps so you can see what it will include. its essentially a journalism on the go tool kit sort of thing. Social media - Sophie Today it seems that the internet dominates our life. Twitter and Facebook are said to be eroding our social skills The right to remain anonymous has cause an outburst of hoaxes and scandals... Copy cat behavior - Sophie James Holmes shot dead 12 people. Holmes is said to have showed no remorse and believed he was acting in a film and even dyed his hair to resemble that of the Joker. The behavior of two other males was also linked to the film and headlines such as ‘Three Arrests as Copycat Hysteria Spreads after Dark Knight Rises Shootings’ emerged. Copy cat behavior - Sophie Child's play 3 which was directly linked with the murder of Jamie Bulger. The film was rented by the father of Venables before the murder. Details of the murder were directly linked to some scenes in the film which the mass media picked up on and publicized on a big scale leading to a moral panic surrounding the film and the welfare of its viewers . The film was then reclassified as an 18 rated film. But can the internet really be regulated? Games have been increasingly linked to the behavior of their audience. In Korea a mother became hooked to Prius a game in which the player aims to protect a virtual child. In reality the player was a real life mother who’s addiction to the game came at a great cost; her child was so badly neglected that she starved to death. Facebook was recently tested by a photograph of what appeared to be naked women in the bath. However, when you looked more closely at the image it was entirely innocent. News organisations took this as an opportunity to broadcast the incident which left Facebook regulators embarrassed Regulation - Sophie The power of social media - Sophie Ryan Giggs placed a super injunction to ensure that his affair with Imogen Thomas would not be revealed to the public. An anonymous source posted this story on twitter which broke the super injunction The right to remain anonymous - Sophie Anonymous blogger who posted the message “how old is this skank? 40 something?” she’s a psychotic, lying, whoring, still going to clubs at her age, skank. Desperation seeps from her soul, if she even has one.” In this particular case the blogger was revealed by ISP and the blogger was taken to court. Some argue that this is destroying bloggers freedom of speech others however believe the internet needs to be closely regulated. The future of media regulation - Sophie The media has always been responsible for manipulating audiences. It has tried to regulate this through bodies such as the BBFC, PEGI and The ASA. But should developments in technology cause us to change the way the media is regulated? The government have recently supported the idea of more relaxed laws as they relaxed internet regulation and according to the Mail Online these changes mean that ‘the British television and radio market will become one of the most liberal in the world.’ - But could this be dangerous? Video and Video manipulation - To create a effect like this you can project images directly at the phone to give a false illusion that the phone is holographic.
- Ideas like these are much like the Google Glasses idea. The idea that you can carry the internet around with you as a hologram. Use the internet on the go, revolutionary idea for media, especially journalism.
- Google Glasses project.
- Holographic screens, used to communicate, use internet, display things.
- Laptop with a transparent screen, good idea, easily created using green rooms and edited software.
All the above are great ideas especially seen as though they are easy to make with video editing software, after effects and green rooms. I think that this project should be fairly easy to pull off in terms of demonstrating what future technology will look and be like. George Melies was know for making videos in the 1900′s, he filmed videos and then cut the strips and sometimes coloured them. This create the illusion that these things where happening to the audience.
The film ‘Hugo’ depicts this really well. -Trailer.
Even the news used to cut the film to enable an edited news piece. However, now we have software such as Adobe Premiere Pro which allows us to apply the same idea only digitally. Life of an American Fireman
Life of an American Fireman is a short, silent film Edwin S. Porter made for the Edison Manufacturing Company. It was shot late in 1902 and distributed early in 1903.
Release date: January 1903 (initial release)
Directors: Edwin S. Porter, George S. Fleming
Running time: 6 minutes
Screenplay: Edwin S. Porter
Cinematography: Edwin S. Porter
Characters: The Girl, The Fireman, Fire Chief History of 3D
1844David Brewster introduces the Stereoscope, a device for taking stereo photographs.
1851A 3D photo of Queen Victoria is displayed at The Great Exhibition.
1855The Kinematoscope (Stereo Animation Camera) is invented.
1915The first anaglyphic movie is produced.
1922The first anaglyphic movie is shown in theatres (The Power of Love).
1935The first color 3D movie is produced.
1947The first Russian 3D movie, Robinson Crusoe, is produced.
1952Touted as the world's first feature-length 3D movie, Bwana Devil is released in the USA and heralds a short-lived boom in 3D movie production.
1953Two ground-breaking 3D movies are released: Man in the Dark and House of Wax. The latter is the first 3D movie released with stereo sound, and is directed by André De Toth—who has only one eye.
1953The 3-D Follies becomes the first 3D film to be cancelled during production, signalling the end of the 3D boom.
1960September Storm is the first anaglyphic movie released in the Cinemascope format (although technically it's just an expanded non-anamorphic film).
1981Comin at Ya! is released in anaglyphic format using the "over and under" process (where two views are printted on a single frame, one above the other). This film launches the 3D boom of the 1980s that includes Amityville 3-D, Friday the 13th Part III and Jaws 3-D.
2009James Cameron's film Avatar, shot with the Fusion Camera System he helped develop, is hailed as the best 3D film to date and helps push 3D towards the mainstream.
2010The world's first dedicated 3D television channel, South Korea's SKY 3D, launches with side-by-side 1920x1080i resolution.
2010The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) features prototype 3D televisions from most major manufacturers. Printing press history Sensationalism stories Mayan apocalypse news story
•Audiences love stories which are sensationalized.
•They help to create unity in society as most people are interested in sensationalized stories.
•promotes the spread of information.
serve various important societal/cultural functions serve various important societal/cultural functions Hidden for centuries in a sealed-up cave in north-west China, the 'Diamond Sutra' is the world's earliest complete survival of a dated printed book. It was made in 868. Seven strips of yellow-stained paper were printed from carved wooden blocks and pasted together to form a scroll over 5m long. Though it was written in Chinese, the text is one of the most important sacred works of the Buddhist faith. Bi Sheng (毕升 990-1051 AD) was the inventor of the first known movable type printing press technology. Bi Sheng's press was made of Chinese porcelain and was invented between 1041 and 1048 in China. Although what Bi Sheng invented was simple when compared to the printing in modern society, it already had the main traits of movable type printing: making movable letters, typesetting, and printing. Movable type printing was a huge reform in the history of printing and contributed much to human civilization. Johannes Gutenberg was a goldsmith and businessman from the mining town of Mainz in southern Germany. The printing press was created with replaceable/moveable wooden or metal letters in 1436 (completed by 1440). The Gutenberg printing press developed from the technology of the screw-type wine presses of the Rhine Valley.Gutenberg produced the first bible.
It remained the standard until the 20th century
It was commonly used in the publication of newspapers, books, and text books for many subjects such as science and the arts. The future of the Printing Press Through the creation of the printing press we now have things such as digital printing and offset printing. Digital printing refers to methods of printing from a digital based image directly to a variety of media.The main differences between digital printing and traditional methods is that there is no need to replace printing plates in digital print, resulting in a less expensive turn around time. One of the areas where future growth is seen is in newspapers adopting high-speed inkjet printing as an alternative for offset printing. Digital print is the future of print but yet the newspaper industry has yet to use this print method. Offset lithography is one of the most common ways of creating printed matter. A few of its common applications include: newspapers, magazines, brochures, stationery, and books. Compared to other printing methods, offset printing is best suited for economically producing large volumes of high quality prints in a manner that requires little maintenance.
Advantages of offset printing include:
Consistent high image quality
Quick and easy production of printing plates.
Cost. Sensationalism In the Print Industry Is sensationalism in the print media a bad thing?
Can create conflict in society
Can make make stories biased or untrue.
Can cause mass panic. As this video shows sensationalism has the ability to cause mass panic through the use of over promoting an idea or story. Sensationalism is unavoidable in news because we humans are wired, probably for reasons of natural selection, to be alert to sensations. Disadvantages of sensationalism: Advantages of sensationalism: Important events in the History of the Newspapers industry Newspaper Manipulation The Petrified man A news report that appeared in the Territorial Enterprise (Virginia City, Nevada's leading newspaper) on October 4, 1862 described the bizarre discovery of a petrified human body. A petrified man was found in the mountains south of Gravelly Ford in 1862. Every limb and feature of the stony mummy was perfect. This created a profound sensation in the Virginia and the rest of the country, with people volunteering to conduct a funeral for the body. As many as three hundred people visited the creature in just under six weeks. It was a fascinating story. So fascinating that many other papers soon reprinted it. However, not a word of it was true. It had been written by a man named called Mark Twain who was an employee of the Territorial Enterprise Newspaper.
This article shows the ability a newspaper organization has to create mass hysteria through the creation of a hoax article which many people around the world believed to be a true article. Mark Twain was able to create a story and obtain the desired reaction by his audience. The Computer and the Internet The past, present and future The earliest ‘Computers’ The word "computer" was first recorded as being used in 1613 and was originally was used to describe a person who performed calculations or computations. The definition remained the same until the 19th Century when it began referring to a mechanical version that solved calculations. In 1822, Charles Babbage purposed and began developing the Difference Engine, considered to be the first automatic computing engine that was capable of computing several sets of numbers and making a hard copies of the results. Later, in 1837 Charles Babbage proposed the first general mechanical computer, the Analytical Engine. The project was never built due to funding issues, but Charles’ son Henry Babbage was able to build a small portion of the machine in 1910 so that it could carry out simple calculations. A Brief History of Computers In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s (Up to the 1950’s) computers were totally different to how we know them now.
They had very limited functionality, with the first personal and laptop computers being non-existent until 1975.
From here, the functionality of computers continued to grow at a drastic rate. The first laptop The Difference Engine Computers in the 20th/21st Century The first apple computer was designed by Steve Wozniak in 1976, known as the Apple 1. The first multimedia computer came in 1977, when Tandy Radio Shack released a computer based on the Multimedia PC standard, The TRS-80. More recently, in 2012, Vizio released an Ultra book that weighs in at just under 3.4 pounds. It is called the CT14-A2. The Beginnings of the Internet Most people believe that the Internet was created by Tim-Berners Lee in 1989. However, Mr Lee was responsible, along with CERN, for creating the WWW, not the internet. The World Wide Web was created to create and access information across the internet more easily.
The first node was connected to the Internets ancestor, ARPANET, in 1969. Within 15 years, the Joint Academic Network(JANET) had been created to connect UK universities to each other over the internet.
Over the next sixteen years leading up to 2000, a number of extremely popular websites sprang up on the already rapidly expanding internet. These include Yahoo(Formally the Guide to the WWW), eBay, Amazon, and the world famous Search Engine Google, which pioneered a ranking system by using links to assess a website’s popularity.
These years also brought about the first internet worm, the birth of internet newsgroups and the creation of Internet Magazines. By the end of 1994, there were over 10,000 websites.
Around this time, a 28.8Kbps modem would have cost around £399 (Including VAT) Nowadays, you can get the same item for just under £100, as most people find broadband or fibre optics a much better option. Internet in the Now In the present day, the internet is the go to place if someone wants to find out something. There is quite possibly no end to the amount of information that is stored on the net.
By 2003, half of the UK population were connected. 47% of British homes had internet access and 58% had a PC. Of those online, 15% used broadband and 92% are satisfied with their setup. By 2004, broadband had started to become much more popular.
By 2005, the internet had started to threaten television and telephone companies, with the launch of YouTube and Skype. Google acquired YouTube within a year, and it continues to be one of the most popular video sites on the net today.
Skype allowed users to call each other over the internet for free, so this put a lot of pressure on phone companies. It has a user base of 53 million. Notable companies and figures Tim-Berners Lee= Responsible for co-creating the World Wide Web.
Chad Hurley= One of the Co-Founders of YouTube.
Microsoft= Saw the internet as a threat in 1996 and integrated Internet Explorer with Windows.
Netscape= Went head to head with Microsoft during the Browser Wars of 1996, with both intensively developing and releasing upgrades to their browsers.
Google= Released Google Chrome in 2008, which has now become the most widely used web browser in the world.
Macromedia(Now defunct)= Flash 1.0 launched in 1996, which added interactive animation to webpages. Early users included Disney and MSN. A Brief word on the future The future looks bright for the Internet and computing. Even in the present day we can see computers becoming smaller and smaller, whilst still being able to add new features and increase their effectiveness and functionality. This trend will most likely continue in the coming years and decades.
With each passing day the Internet continues to grow, and there is no doubt that one day it will be accessible, at an incredibly fast and consistent speed, to the entirety of the planet.
So while it may be a while before we have flying cars, after around 10 or 20 years I feel we will be using the Internet and Computing in general at its highest possible potential. Data Visualisations Data is all around us, from backs of buses to TV adverts, facts and figures are thrown at us from all angles. To make it viable for people to use it there is a growing investment in data visualisation. To make sure people look at it, it has to be enjoyable and relevant to them.
To understand current and future trends in the field of data visualization, it helps to begin with some historical context. Despite the fact that predecessors to data visualization date back to the 2nd century AD, most developments have occurred in the last two and a half centuries, predominantly during the last 30 years.
Here is a video of data visualisation showing world wealth and wealth from the early 18th century to date. Being that it is new media I think it is a good idea having Hans Rosling's talk us through what is happening as otherwise it is very confusing for anyone watching. A Brief History of Data Visualisation Aaron Koblin: Artfully visualizing our humanity Hans Rosling's 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes Photo Manipulation Before the Digital Age Man on Rooftop with Eleven Men in Formation on His Shoulders (Unidentified American artist, ca. 1930) Dirigible Docked on Empire State Building, New York (Unidentified American artist, 1930) The Vision (Orpheus Scene) (F. Holland Day, 1907) Photo Manipulation Before the Digital age Photo manipulation was popular from about the 1860s to the 1930s.Mia Fineman who put together an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York Eventually, discovered a connection between trick photography and stage magic, a very popular form of entertainment in the late 19th century. Stage magicians often performed illusions featuring decapitation and "talking heads," was quickly picked up by photographers, both professional and amateur. "exposure and developing, not to mention the mixing of chemicals and wasted sheets of photographic paper. Which is to say that there was a certain amount of craft and patience one had to possess in the darkroom that is much different than using a computer." [What Did We Do Before Photoshop? http://www.pbs.org/newshour/art/blog/2012/11/slide-show-what-did-we-do-before-photoshop.html Posted by Tom LeGro , November 29, 2012] Photo Manipulation Manipulation in the Digital World Hurrican Sandy Photo hoax Photo Manipulation When bad weather strikes Photo Manipulation Hurricane Sandy?Hurricane Irene? That shark gets about "Hurricane Irene: ‘Photo’ of shark swimming in street is fake" You dont say? Photo Manipulation Beauty and fashion Photo Manipulation Gone too Far? Politically Correct? They Hoped to show diversity at their University in Madison Tourist on the roof of the South tower on September 11th Photo Manipulation cottingley fairies photographs In 1920 a series of photos of fairies captured the attention of the world. The photos had been taken by two young girls, the cousins Frances Griffith and Elsie Wright, while playing in the garden of Elsie's Cottingley village home. Photographic experts examined the pictures and declared them genuine. Spiritualists promoted them as proof of the existence of supernatural creatures, and despite criticism by skeptics, the pictures became among the most widely recognized photos in the world. It was only decades later, in the late 1970s, that the photos were definitively debunked. http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoax/photo_database/image/the_cottingley_fairies/ But how will photo manipulation evolve in the future? Digital editing software is becoming greater, the skill of amateurs and professionals in editing is improving, what does the future hold for manipulation?
Distinguishing whether an image is real or not will be difficult
Will the public loose faith completly in photography published in Newspapers, Magazines, on Televison and online?
Or is it in our best interest to hide some imagery from being shown? History Of Tablets Tablets are becoming more and more popular in today society. What was once large bulky computers are now compact powerful machines with the ability to control with your finger tip. Z88: The Cambridge 788 was at the time a notebook computer. (A4) Included a Word Processor and Spread Sheet creator. History Of Tablets Linus Write Top: A stylus controlled device. The stylus was able to control what was selected on the screen by creating a voltage between the two The Poquet Pad: the first tablet created by Fujitsu in 1991, was said to be as easy to use as a pen and pad. It run on AA Batteries History Of Tablets Grid 2260 System: First Pen Sensative screen that could pivot and lie flat against the same keyboard for use as a "slate" 1992 Apple Newton- Message Pad: Was the first model of 'Personal digital assistant' devices developed by Apple under the Newton Platform. It included handwriting recognition. History Of tablets Archos AV 320: Quite small for its time, One of the first to feature a colour screen. Now they are well known for making mp4 players aswell as tablets. This is an important milestone in tablets, as it set off what would become the multimedia devices we have today The Paceblade Pacebook:
Wasn't the most popular or most famous of its time, unlike similar products from HP, Dell ect, But it featured a version of Windows suitable for small devices. For its time the speed of the divice wasnt too bad History Of Tablets Scarlet James Samsung Q1: Was the first of the 'ultra-mobile computers produced under microsofts 'Origami' project. It could be booted in two different modes The Apple Axiotron Modbook: Was an after market modification that converts an Apple Macbook into a tablet computer. It included a Glass screen cover, Sensor Board and Kept the Apple Mac Books Camera. History Of Tablets Apple Ipad 1: Was the first tablet made by Apple with completly touch screen technology, instead of using a stylus Samsung Galaxy Tab 1: Is an Android based tablet computer. It features 'Apps' Just like the Apple alternative, but much cheaper. It is the Multimedia Device which so many devices before it aimed for. Having everything all together. The ability to browse the Internet, Take photographs, Edit them, Play games and much more. What is the future for such devices? Bogus FaceBook: James Proctor “Media manipulation is a series of related techniques in which partisans create an image or argument that favor’s their particular interests”. Such tactics may include the use of logical fallacies and propaganda techniques, and often involve the suppression of information or points of view by crowding them out, by inducing other people or groups of people to stop listening to certain arguments, or by simply diverting attention elsewhere. Media Manipulation
(Bogus FaceBook) Hi there please can you give me a valid answer to why you accepted or added James Proctor to your friends list as I am using this data in my studies? "Hi, I accepted James Proctor due to not knowing who he was. I tend to accept people even if I do not know them and if I know them and they are interesting, then I'll keep them. If not, then I'll delete them" - Thomas Reasons Why? Why Add James Proctor ? The First Debate Bogus Character Introduction HMI - (Human Machine Interface) "You may well be a customer if my company, or just a fan, hence the acceptance. I did glance your profile before accepting"- Gary at Dukworth Land Rover Charles Babbage = Responsible for beginning development of the first automatic computing system, The Difference Engine, in 1822.
EEC = The first computer company was the Electronic Controls Company and was founded in 1949 by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly, who helped to create the ENIAC, the first notable digital computer.
Intel = Created the first Microprocessor, the Intel 4004, in 1971. Now a huge manufacturer of processors.
Dell = Created it’s first PC in 1985, The ‘Turbo PC’. A massive company in todays computing market.
Toshiba = In 1954, Toshiba introduced its first computer, the "TAC" digital computer. Now a world distributor of computers. Current and Future Technology http://storify.com/caseywtts89/development-of-technology RADIO Radio is often linked to the invention of the telgraph and telephone
Radio began with the discovery of radio waves - 'electromagnetic waves that have the capacity to transmit music, speech, pictures and other data invisibly through the air.'
In the 1860s James Clerk Maxwell a Scottish physicist hypothesised the existence of radio waves
in 1886, German physicist, Heinrich Rudolph Hertz projected electric currents in the form of radio waves into space.
Guglielmo Marconi, an Italian inventor, sent and received his first radio signal in Italy in 1895.
Nikola Tesla is now credited with being the first person to invent radio technology; RADIO today Today we have digital radio, this means:
We can listen from our mobile and tablet devices
Quality is better allowing for little or no interference
Today many stations are commercial and are cloned (one station owns many sister stations)
With cuts in radio it had now limited the amount of radio stations we have and one station from one location will be broadcast to a mass audience rather than just a regional audience