Exploring Digital Media 2019 – Lecture 3 – Exposure and Visual Camera Artifacts

[MUSIC PLAYING] IAN: All right, folks. Welcome back to week six, where we’re going to talk a little bit about exposure. So to this date we’ve talked a lot about composition, lensing, storytelling, without focusing too much on the technical details of how to actually make an image, and match it to our intentions. So…

Take a Virtual Reality tour of six REAL exoplanets (4K, 360° VR experience) | We The Curious

Come in… Hello? Is anyone there? Can you read me? Ah! There you are. Beautiful, isn’t she? The Milky Way Galaxy. And to think, each one of those hundred billion stars has it’s own planets, it’s own strange worlds. Imagine what it would be like to visit some of those exoplanets beyond our own little…

Reimagining education for a hyper-visual culture: Rave’ Mehta at TEDxMiami 2013

Translator: Viviane P. Reviewer: Peter van de Ven I’m here to show you how a graphic novel on Nikola Tesla can change the way we approach education today. Right now, we have 42 million adults that can’t read past fifth grade, we have a million kids a year that are dropping out of school, and…

Dad Feels Good ft Danny Brown (Official Music Video)

Dad Feels Good Dad Feels Good Some things that make Dad feel good are can of food and Kepler VR Perfect wife my little sweet heart Daughter’s hugs when sun is bright Dad can feel all of the feelings Because Dads heart is now beating Whose life is Dad really leading Dad feels so good…

The art of preserving a blue marlin | Natural History Museum

So here we are in Hintze Hall, our newly renovated space. On this ground floor we have ten Wonder Bays, which show the sorts of collections that we’ve got. So on the east side we have we have extinct specimens, and on the west side we have extant specimens that are still in the world…

First Look at the AI Camera Systems at CES | WSJ

– [Katherine] Tech companies have been easing us into gadgets and services that make use of virtual eyes and ears for a while now. Things that might have made us uncomfortable even a few years ago, are part of everyday life. Alexa listens for a request to turn on the lights and the music, ring…

Neil deGrasse Tyson (Caught on Camera): The Universe is Trying to Kill You

Can I just have you talk about whatever you want to talk about for two seconds while I check the sound? Sure. The Universe is a deadly place. At every opportunity it’s trying to kill us. And so is Earth. From sinkholes to tornadoes and hurricanes and volcanoes and tsunamis…

2019 Breakthrough of the Year

Every year, reporters and editors at Science choose several runners-up, and one Breakthrough of the Year. Before we get to the Breakthrough, here are the runners-up. In Mexico, researchers have drilled rock cores from the Chicxulub crater. The cores chronicle in minute-by-minute detail the asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs. Other studies have revealed…

US STEM practices: How does America compare abroad? | IN 60 SECONDS

Few things are as important to American prosperity as how our schools fare when it comes to teaching science, technology, and math. Our scores on this count are middling at best. Meanwhile, a major international analysis recently reported on STEM practices across dozens of nations, including many of our leading competitors. How did the US…