Research Expanded | Dr. Jennifer Good

I think the job of research is to stop and think and unpack those opinions and ideas and effects that images have every day without us even noticing. I’m Jennifer Good. I’m a Senior Lecturer in the History and Theory of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography here in the Photography Programme at London College of Communication.…

WSU Libraries: Journals

OLIVIA: Hi everyone. Thanks for tuning in. I’m Olivia, the Global Connections [INAUDIBLE] moderator. And tonight we’re welcoming back Lorena O’English with WSU Library, where she’s doing Part 2 of her three-part webinar series. Each night we’re focusing on learning about the different journals and then how you use them. Utilize the chat box if…

Time-Folded Optics: shrinking and enhancing camera lenses

Barmak: If you have a sensor that has a time resolution comparable to the speed of light, then you can actually do some crazy things to camera optics. Nobody has looked at the the optics itself. So in this project we wanted to really think about what will happen to the design of optics and…

Why Science Needs Art

you know in astronomy we rely heavily on or visual intuition because of course because is not an experimental science we cannot go exactly the place where these two objects are actually merging so this is for example a collaboration between artists and astrophysicists in trying to understand well how can I explain to myself…

Shot on iPhone XS — The Reef, Maldives — Apple

(eerie orchestral music) (bubbling) (radio static) (bubbling) (ocean waves crashing) – As a marine wildlife researcher, you spend a good deal of time gathering and analyzing data. Data is key for us to identify patterns in wildlife behavior movements. And technology plays a vital role in helping us collect this data for marine conservation today.…

An Experiment in Gratitude | The Science of Happiness

Participant 1: Shut up [laughs] Participant 2: What? Wait, wait. Participant 3: Oh he’s gonna be so embarrassed. [title music] Julian Huguet: What makes you happy? Having fun? Hanging out with friends? Delicious food? Making money? Well consider this. Psychologists have scientifically proven that one of the greatest contributing factors to overall happiness in your…

Ryan Learns Market Research: Ryan Learns Something Episode 4

It’s so fun though. I’m Ryan, I’m still Ryan. Haven’t learned a new name yet. this week I’m going to be learning about market research which is researching markets, I think. So here’s market research we got your market research we’ve got your definition of market research and then we got your satisfaction- always guaranteed…

Vipercon: processament d’imatges per a la millora del sector cinematogràfic

VIPERCON is a research project funded by European Research Council, in which we emulate how the human visual system processes what we see. We have been able to develop a model of how we perceive contrast, and we have translated this into a technology that can be used to modify images so that they look…

CAREERS IN BA MASS COMMUNICATION – MA,P.hD,Writer,Reporter,Editor,Job Opportunities,Salary Package

Hi guys..This is Pooja from Freshersworld.com Welcome to our video channel on jobs and careers Today I will be talking about the career opportunities in Careers in B.A Mass Communication B.A. in Mass Communication is an undergraduate program that teaches students with unique methods of conveying and presenting information in verbal as well as written…

The Art of Data Visualization | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios

[MUSIC PLAYING] EDWARD TUFTE (VOICEOVER): In the arrangement of visualization, every single pixel should testify directly to content. As Johnny Ive, the great Apple designer, said, we spend most of our time getting design out of the way. It’s got to get out of the away, because it’s about the relationship with the viewer and…