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  • Analysis Of The Arch Android And The Electric Lady By Janelle Monae

    animals. Another comparison, during the slavery period when people were whipped or talked to like they were animals, and they had no voice in the ways they were being treated by their slave owners. There was another part in the video where it was a hairstylist styling an androids hair, the android looked sad and lost. The android’s eyes were moving side to side almost like a signal for help. She looked confused like she did not know what was happening to her and the hairstylist was brushing her hair in the motion as if she was brushing a dog or cats hair. Which made it seem like she can careless about the androids wellbeing. The way the android was looking she looked dreadful. There were female droids lined up singing freedom in unison and at one point one droid looked to the camera like she wanted to be free. Representation of the world how there are many people who follow another person’s actions because they see people doing the same thing over and over. Once that one person realize it’s time to control their own life, others would soon follow. Also in the video the android Cindi Mayweather were naming many words that represent oppression, than she started to jerk her body and started to rise in the air. I think it’s like when someone is just fed up with everything and lose control. At the end of the video Cindi Mayweather who were the most popular android she was moving her eyes back and forth and her body was jerking around like she was…

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  • Action For The Droid: Film Analysis

    action and human input as possible. This meant that air rams, jerk ratchets and cable work was used as much as possible and then only give the VFX guys a smaller amount of work to do. First off, I would just like to say that Hugh Jackman is an absolute pleasure to work with. He is humble and easy to engage with. Vincent Moore works closely with some of the stunt performers, so I put two performers as his henchmen that I knew would be able to handle the pressure of working around an a grade…

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  • Universal Robots Character Analysis

    An Analysis on the Humanistic Qualities of Droids Creativity in the world today seems to become more extravagant and more intricate every single day. It is clearly seen in the context of books and movies, but it also seen in the development and growth of technology. Technology not only shows humanity’s creativity, but has completely engrossed today’s society because most everything in the twentieth and twenty-first century involves robotics. Most people see technology as a service to them, but…

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  • Dalmor A Narrative Fiction

    Mira turns her head back and stares at the ceiling "sigh I guess i'll go to sleep". The Dream Mira woke up but not where she thought she would Mira awoke in a strange world there was elven woman dressed in white with white hair and pale skin up ahead Mira yelled "hey you there where am I" but the woman just walked away so Mira followed her "you know I don't exactly know where am I right now so I'd be real nice of you to tell me where I am" the elven woman replies "Dalmora" and then disappears…

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  • LEGO Star Wars Utapau Troopers Analysis

    With the 2014 LEGO Star Wars Utapau Troopers set, you not only get a great way to amass an army of LEGO Clone Soldiers, but you can also add some villains to your collection. With this multi-piece set, LEGO creators can build the ferocious Octuptarra Tri-Droid. This droid features a head that swivels from side-to-side, articulated legs, and a working missile launcher. This LEGO Star Wars battle pack features two 212th Battalion Utabau Clone Troopers and two Airborne Utabau Clone Troopers. Every…

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  • Star Wars A New Hope Analysis

    Princess Leia, who is a the main leader of the rebellion against the Empire. It starts on a ship and is being attacked by the Empire led by Darth Vader and his crew. Princess Leia manages to put secret rebel information about the Death Star into the R2-D2 droid on the ship. However, she is captured by Darth Vadar and is held captive on his ship. R2-D2 and his other droid friend C-3PO escape and are not captured from the evil Darth Vader and venture for many miles until they are both found by a…

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  • Star Wars Film Analysis

    lies within an astro-mech droid called R2-D2, along with his companion C-3PO a protocol droid. These two droids were sent on there mission by Princess Leia, a leader of the rebel alliance, played by Carrie fisher. The Princess, captured by the imperial villain after sending the droids waits in captivity for rescue or doom. Now to begin filming the movie, but where. The beginning of the film takes place on the desert planet of Tattooine, and such a vast landscape cant be created on set. So the…

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  • Summary: Boston Dynamic's Bigdog

    50 sensors allows BigDog to analyze its environment and navigate uneven terrain, maintaining its balance. BigDog is bottom-up AI: uses basic pre-programmed functions, and then takes in information from its environment and uses it to navigate difficult terrains, and adapt to its surroundings. In this way, it is different from the military robots in STAR WARS, which are all top-down. It is also different in that it is not a combat robot—it doesn’t fight—it only follows and carries equipment.…

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  • Philosophical Themes In Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

    on a desert terrain planet called Tatooine. R2-D2 and C3-P0 are captured by Jawas which are scavengers that trade and sell droids. The droids are then sold to Owen Lars in which his nephew, Luke Skywalker, cleans the droids stumbling across part of the message Princess Leia embedded into the memory of R2-D2. In the message, she requests help from Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke ponders if she is referring to Ben Kenobi. In the middle of the night, R2-D2 manages to escape intending to deliver the…

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  • The Incredibles Film Analysis

    Mentor: Mr. Incredible accepts the job and fights the Omni-droid but realizes he needs to visit Edna ,which is like his mentor, to get a new suit. Edna makes superhero suits for some of the best heroes that ever lived, she knows what's good and what's bad in a suit and helps Mr. Incredible. Refusal of The Call: Usually the hero refuses the call but the mentor ,Edna, is the one who refuses the call. Mr. incredible asks her to fix his old suit that has tears through it. She talks about how he is…

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