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Visual Media Was2Become

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Visual Media Was2Become

  1. 1. Students` Conference on Communication & Information
  2. 2. Microsoft Student Partner
  3. 3. In darkness, eye shine revealsthis Raccoon.“North American animal with the least concernConservation type of animals.”
  4. 4. Dogs have eye shine, humans do not.“In spite of looking similar or not ! ”
  5. 5. Odd-eyed cat with eyeshine, plus red-eye effectin one eye. Heterochromatic dog with red-eye effect in blue eye. Sportive Lamar with yellow eyes.
  6. 6. TAPETUM LUCIDUM (Latin, plural : tapeta lucida). “Wikipedia passed here  ”A layer of tissue in the eye of It reflects visible light backmany animals, that lies through the retina, increasingimmediately behind or the light available tosometimes within the retina. the photoreceptors to improve vision in low-light conditions.
  7. 7. MORE ABOUT TL enables an animal to see with it in dimmer light. ( This is of use to the animal ) Human uses, include scanning for reflected eye shine to detect and identify the species of animals in the dark, and deploying trained search dogs and search horses at night. Historically, its function was regarded as simply to increase the light intensity of an image on the retina.
  8. 8. Two American Soldiers pictured during the2003 Iraq War seen through animage intensifier
  9. 9. NV NIGHT VISION So it`s the ability to see “HUMANS HAVEin a dark environment by biologicalor technological means. POOR NIGHT VISION COMPARED TO Night vision is made possible MANY ANIMALS, INby a combination of two PART BECAUSE THEapproaches: - Sufficient spectral range. HUMAN EYE LACKS - Sufficient intensity range. A TAPETUM LUCIDUM.”
  10. 10. NIGHT TECHSImage intensification : technologieswork on the principle ofmagnifying the amount of received Active illumination : technologies work on thephotons from various natural principle of coupling imaging intensificationsources such as starlight or technology with an active source ofmoonlight. illumination in the near infrared (NIR) orExamples : of such technologies include night shortwave infrared (SWIR) band.glasses. Examples : of such technologies include low light cameras. Thermal imaging : technologies work by detecting the temperature difference between the background and the foreground objects.
  11. 11. NIGHT GOGGLES are telescopes or binoculars with a large diameter objective. Large lenses  To overcome this, can gather and concentrate light, thus soldiers were intensifying light with purely optical sometimes means and enabling the user to see uses atropine eye better in the dark than with the naked drops to dilate pupils. eye alone.  Before the introduction  Often night glasses also have a fairly of image intensifiers, large exit pupil of 7 mm or more to let all night glasses were the only gathered light into the users eye. method of night vision. However, many people cant take advantage of this because of the limited dilation of the human pupil.  Major drawbacks of night glasses are  Second World War era night glasses usually their had a lens diameter of 56 mm or more with large size and weight. magnification of seven or eight. The common name belladonna originates from its historic use by women - Bella Donna is Italian for beautiful lady. Drops prepared from the belladonna plant were used to dilate womens pupils.
  12. 12. Google || Wiki these items : - Laser range gated imaging. - Thermal vision. - Image intensifier. - Thermo graphic camera. - Night operations (military).
  13. 13. 2D CG COMPUTER GRAPHICSTWO DIMENSIONS
  14. 14. STATICS 2D computer graphics are mainly used in applications that were originally developed upon traditional printing and drawing technologies. In those applications, the two-dimensional image is just a representation of a real-world object.
  15. 15. DYNAMICS ..
  16. 16. DYNAMIC ..
  17. 17. BUT NOW TECHNOLOGY. .
  18. 18. High-definitionrefers to an increase in display or visualresolution quality of :
  19. 19. High-definition television (HDTV)Television formats that have a higher resolution than theircontemporary counterparts.
  20. 20. HDV format for recording high-definition video onto magnetic tape.HD DVD, discontinued optical disc format
  21. 21. Blu-ray Disc is a HD Disc that plays in Blu-ray players and PS3s - 50GBs
  22. 22. High-definition videoused in HDTV broadcasting, as well as digital film and computer HDvideo file formats.
  23. 23. High definition sound effects are artificially created or enhanced sound effects that arerecorded at 24-bit/48kHz or above.
  24. 24. has one or two million pixels per frame, roughly five times that of SD.Early TV broadcasting used analog techniques, but today HDTVis digitally broadcast using video compression. video refers to any video system of higher resolution than standard-definition (SD) video,and most commonly involves display resolutions of 1,280×720 pixels (720p) or 1,920×1,080 pixels(1080i/1080p). Sound Effects or Audio are artificially created or enhanced sound effects that arerecorded at 24-bit/48 kHz or above, used to emphasize artistic or other content of films,television shows, live performance, animation, video games, music, or other media.
  25. 25. is a compact audio/video interface for transmittinguncompressed digital data. It represents a digital alternative toconsumer analog standards, such as radio frequency (RF)coaxialcable, composite video, S-Video, SCART, component video, D-Terminal,or VGA. connects digital audio/video sources—such as set-topboxes, up convert DVD players, HD DVD players, Blu-ray Disc players,AVCHD camcorders, personal computers (PCs), video gameconsoles such as the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and AV receivers—tocompatible digital audio devices, computer monitors, and digitaltelevisions.
  26. 26. is a format for recording of high- • Conceived as an affordable high definition formatdefinition video on DV cassette tape. for digital camcorders, quickly caught on with many amateur and professionalThe format was originally developed by JVC and videographers due to its low cost, portability andsupported by Sony, Canon and Sharp. The four image quality acceptable for many professionalcompanies formed the consortium in productions.September 2003. and the logo are trademarks of JVC and Sony.
  27. 27. HD DVD (short for High-Definition/Density DVD) THE START is a defunct high-density optical disc format for storing data and high-definition video. THE END “Supported principally by Toshiba, HD DVD was envisioned to be the successor to the standard DVD format.However, in February 2008, after a protracted high definition optical disc format war with rival Blu-ray, Toshiba abandoned the format, announcing it would no longer develop or manufacture HD DVD players or drives”
  28. 28. (official abbreviation BD) is an optical The discs have the same physical dimensions asdisc storage medium designed to supersede the standard DVDs and CDs.standard DVD format.Its main uses are for storing high-definition video, The name Blu-ray Disc derives from the "blue laser"PlayStation 3 video games, and other data, with up to used to read the disc. While a standard DVD uses a25 GB per single-layered, and 50 GB per dual-layered 650 nanometer red laser.disc.Although these numbers represent the standard Allows for over five times more data storage on single-storage for BD drives, the specification is open-ended, layer and over ten times on double-layer Blu-ray Discwith the upper theoretical storage limit left unclear. than a standard DVD. The laser color is called "blue but it`s violet to the eye.
  29. 29. The "golden era" (1952–1955).The "golden era" of 3-D began in 1952 with therelease of the first color stereoscopic feature,produced, written and directed by Arch Oboler.
  30. 30. “Bwana Devil 1952 drama basedplayed at the on the true storySecond World of the Tsavo Man 3-D Film Expo. on eaters.September 13,2006 atthe EgyptianTheater inHollywood, Ca.”
  31. 31. “BAWANA DEVIL”• Written, directed, and produced by Arch Oboler.• Considered the first color, American3-D feature.• Started the 3-D boom in the US film making industryfrom 1952 to 1954.• The films tagline was : The Miracle of the Age!!! ALION in your lap! A LOVER in your arms!
  32. 32. Revival (1960–1984) in single strip formatStereoscopic films largely remained dormant for the first part ofthe 1960s, with those that were released usually being anaglyphexploitation films. One film of notoriety was the Beaver-Champion/Warner Bros. production,The film was shot in 2-D, but to enhance the bizarre qualities of thedream-world that is induced when the main character puts on acursed tribal mask, the film went to anaglyph 3-D.
  33. 33. Revival (1960–1984) in single strip formatStereoscopic films largely remained dormant for the first part ofthe 1960s, with those that were released usually being anaglyphexploitation films. One film of notoriety was the Beaver-Champion/Warner Bros. production,The film was shot in 2-D, but to enhance the bizarre qualities of the Stereoscopy (also calleddream-world that is induced when the main character putsimaging) stereoscopic or 3-D on acursed tribal mask, the film went to anaglyph 3-D. is any technique capable of recording three-dimensional visual information or creating the depth in an image.
  34. 34. The Mask (alsoknown as Eyesof Hell) isa 1961 Canadian horrorfilm producedin 3-D byWarnerBros.
  35. 35. Rebirth of 3-D(1985–2003) : IMAX Appearance Captain EO is a 3D film starring Michael Jackson and directed by Francis Ford Coppola(who came up with the name, "Captain Eo", (from the Greek, cf. "Eos", the Greek goddess of dawn)) that was shown at Disney theme parks in the 1980s and 1990s.
  36. 36. 3-D re-enters mainstream cinema(2003–present) http://www.imax.com/
  37. 37. MoviesTVsCinemasGamesGlassesLaptops
  38. 38. MoviesTVsCinemasGamesGlassesLaptops
  39. 39. THE FIRSTRECENT 3D MOVIE
  40. 40. MoviesTVsCinemasGamesGlassesLaptops
  41. 41. One eye (left, amber filter) receives the cross-spectrum color information. And one eye (right, blue filter) sees a monochrome image designed to give the depth effect. The human brain ties both images Color Code 3D together.A newer, patented stereoviewing system deployed inthe 2000s.
  42. 42. MoviesTVsCinemasGamesGlassesLaptops !!HomeTheatres
  43. 43. The LEDs can come inthree forms: dynamic RGB LEDs whichare positioned behind thepanel. Regular RGB LED TV
  44. 44. LCD TV
  45. 45. LED TV
  46. 46. EDGE LED TV
  47. 47. The LEDs can come inthree forms: dynamic RGB LEDs whichare positioned behind thepanel. Regular RGB LED TV
  48. 48. RGB VS WHITE (EDGE) LED New folder
  49. 49. The LEDs can come in three forms: dynamic RGB LEDs which are positioned behind the panel.White Edge-LEDs positionedaround the rim of the screen to Regular RGB LEDunify and decrease the emission Edge LED TV TVof rays.
  50. 50. Microsoft™ Surface
  51. 51. WHY BEING ? I was here to let you :  Get to know some issues of recent visual media.  Share together some definitions and catchy words heard nowadays. You are here to :  Start thinking about the innovative and creative ideas for the Conference days as the project mainly goes related to the IT, either a product a solution or a device ..
  52. 52. REFERENCES Related References bing.com facebook.com sony.com SCCI`11 Techware Presentation (Microsoft) www.p-e-surgery.org www.wordpress.com www.imax.com www.panasonic.com

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