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    The Migrating Motion dance concert was extraordinary to watch in terms of analyzing the movements and positions that these dancers utilized throughout their performances. Everything was perfectly choreographed and corresponded with the appropriate song. For example, whenever there was a heartbeat tune, the dancers would motion their bodies to be in perfect sync with the sound. Additionally, with respect to the heart beat tune, the lighting was dim except for the dancers in the middle of the…

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    Visual Effects Industry

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    The advancements that “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” made great strides in improving motion capture technology. Although I do not believe that the final product turned out to be very good, the techniques that were developed made other ambitious films a possibility. Specifically, the technique used to capture the subtle nuances of an actor’s…

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    Direct Motion Lab Report

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    determine whether E. coli has a direct motion or random motion when a chemoattractant (glucose) was present. This was done by observing the velocity before and after the chemoattractant and by making Log-Log Plot. Theoretical Chemotaxis refers to the ability of organisms to move in response to the presence of a chemical. The movement of organisms could be either attractant in the same direction as chemoattractants , or it can repel the chemoattractant. Direct motion is defined when an…

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    person who had discovered the three laws of motion. At a young age newton would not play with the other kids, instead he spent his free time making wooden models, kites, sundials, he even made a water clock. When Newton got older he had attended Cambridge University from 1661-1665. He soon retreated to his grandparents house where he would soon start the study of calculus and the universal gravitation. I will start with how he discovered the laws of motion. Newton was a mathematician and a…

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    and the return on investment was free props” (Kit, P’ng, 139). When we study the origins of product placement, we generally think its relation with motion pictures. However, it includes a more meticulous study of the history of communication, as there are also examples of where product placement was present in stage performances, which came before motion pictures “well before the cinema, cabaret and actors of all genres used product placement for brands that also used them occasionally as…

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    the app. As the sole developer of Wonder Rush, I was in charge of everything from programming to marketing. Fortunately, through the stress of deadlines and bugs, YouTube was also there to help me relax with videos of water melons exploding in slow motion and goats singing along to…

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    societies, but has continued to boost economic status and critique human practices. In the 19th century, the idea came to light that photographs could be compiled in such a way a motion picture was able to be produced; these short films took on a flipbook appearance and could easily be one of the inspirations behind stop motion cinematography that is still alive today. Thomas Edison, in 1888, helped to drastically advance the progress of film with the invention of a Kinetoscope, the very first…

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    Vimeo Gulp Analysis

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    Animation on Vimeo Writing Assignment: “Gulp” For the purpose of this critique, I will be analyzing the stop-motion animation, “Gulp,” using the art critical framework. “Gulp” was released in the summer of 2011 (uploaded to Nokia HD’s channel on July 25, 2011) to showcase the creative imaging capabilities of the Nokia N8 while also attempting to create the largest stop-motion set at the time. The short film was directed by Will Studd and Ed Patterson from Sumo Science at Aardman, and was used…

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    age of 84 in London England” (Britannica 1). Robert Brown most recognized by how he described the “cell nuclei and the continuous motion of minute particles in solution, which came to be called Brownian motion” (Britannica 1). “His work revealed the random movement to be a general property of matter in the state, and the phenomenon has long been know as Brownian motion in his honor” (Britannica 2). Scientists extensively misunderstood…

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    God had stopped the sun’s motion, He would have cut and shortened the day instead of lengthening it (pg. 53).” He mentioned this in his letter because he wanted to defend science with facts from astronomy. This also refers back to how people are misinterpreting the biblical scriptures and are altering what’s actually being explained. As Galileo continued to question his opposition’s understanding of astronomy, he described when Joshua said that God stopped the Sun’s motion, what the scripture…

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