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Slide 1: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 Still from Edward Zajac’s Film
Slide 2: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 2001 A Space Odyssey, (1968); Director: Stanley Kubrick
Slide 3: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 Star Wars, (1977); Director: George Lucas
Slide 4: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 Tron, (1982); Director: Steven Lisberger
Slide 5: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 The Last Starfighter, (1984); Director: Nick Castle
Slide 6: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 Total Recall, CGI by Pacific Data Images, (1990) Director: Paul Verhoeven
Slide 7: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 Michael Jackson's "Black or White" Music Video, Director: John Landis, 11/1991
Slide 8: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 "Grinning Evil Death,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology (c1992)
Slide 9: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 Jurassic Park, (1993); Director: Steven Spielberg
Slide 10: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 Monsters, Inc., (2001); Director: Pete Docter
Slide 11: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 Gollum played by Andy Serkis in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, (2002) Director: Peter Jackson
Slide 12: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Computer-Generated Images (CGI) " Edward Zajac at Bell Labs, 1963 " 2001, 1968 " Star Wars, 1977 " Tron, 1982 " The Last Starfighter, 1984 " Total Recall, 1990 " "Black or White," 1991 " Grinning Evil Death, 1992 " Jurassic Park, 1993 " Monsters, Inc., 2001 " Harry Potter (Dobby) " Lord of the Rings (Gollum), 2002 " King Kong, 2005 King Kong played by Andy Serkis in King Kong, (2005) Director: Peter Jackson
Slide 13: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - James Cameron " Born in Canada " Grew up in Brea, California " Worked for Roger Corman " The Abyss, 1989 " Terminator 2, 1991 " Titanic, 1997 " "Dark Angel," 2002 (Canceled) " Solaris, 2002 (Producer) " Terminator 3, 2002 (Characters) " Ghosts of the Abyss, 2003 (3D IMAX Movie) James Cameron
Slide 14: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - James Cameron " Born in Canada " Grew up in Brea, California " Worked for Roger Corman " The Abyss, 1989 " Terminator 2, 1991 " Titanic, 1997 " "Dark Angel," 2002 (Canceled) " Solaris, 2002 (Producer) " Terminator 3, 2002 (Characters) " Ghosts of the Abyss, 2003 (3D IMAX Movie) The Abyss, Water Weenie Scene, (1989) Director: James Cameron
Slide 15: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - James Cameron " Born in Canada " Grew up in Brea, California " Worked for Roger Corman " The Abyss, 1989 " Terminator 2, 1991 " Titanic, 1997 " "Dark Angel," 2002 (Canceled) " Solaris, 2002 (Producer) " Terminator 3, 2002 (Characters) " Ghosts of the Abyss, 2003 (3D IMAX Movie) The Abyss, CGI Technique, (1989) Director: James Cameron
Slide 16: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - James Cameron " Born in Canada " Grew up in Brea, California " Worked for Roger Corman " The Abyss, 1989 " Terminator 2, 1991 " Titanic, 1997 " "Dark Angel," 2002 (Canceled) " Solaris, 2002 (Producer) " Terminator 3, 2002 (Characters) " Ghosts of the Abyss, 2003 (3D IMAX Movie) Two Scenes from Terminator 2 (1991) Director: James Cameron
Slide 17: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - James Cameron " Born in Canada " Grew up in Brea, California " Worked for Roger Corman " The Abyss, 1989 " Terminator 2, 1991 " Titanic, 1997 " "Dark Angel," 2002 (Canceled) " Solaris, 2002 (Producer) " Terminator 3, 2002 (Characters) " Ghosts of the Abyss, 2003 (3D IMAX Movie) Titanic (1997) Director: James Cameron
Slide 18: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - James Cameron " Born in Canada " Grew up in Brea, California " Worked for Roger Corman " The Abyss, 1989 " Terminator 2, 1991 " Titanic, 1997 " "Dark Angel," 2002 (Canceled) " Solaris, 2002 (Producer) " Terminator 3, 2002 (Characters) " Ghosts of the Abyss, 2003 (3D IMAX Movie) Poster for Ghosts of the Abyss (2003) Director: James Cameron
Slide 19: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Personal Perspective " A Dominating Technology " Almost Invaluable " Symbolic of a New Age " Access, Privacy, and Many Other Concerns " The Potential is Still Largely Unknown Arthur C. Clarke on the set of 2001: A Space Odyssey
Slide 20: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Charles Babbage " “Difference Engine,” 1834 " Herman Hollerith " Census Bureau, 1890 " CTR Company " Thomas Watson " IBM, 1924 " Thomas Watson, Jr. " IBM Computers Sold to Chinese, 2004 " Mark I, 1948: CRT Display " UNIVAC, 1950: Presidential Election " SAGE System, 1955: The Workstation Charles Babbage
Slide 21: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Charles Babbage " “Difference Engine,” 1834 " Herman Hollerith " Census Bureau, 1890 " CTR Company " Thomas Watson " IBM, 1924 " Thomas Watson, Jr. " IBM Computers Sold to Chinese, 2004 " Mark I, 1948: CRT Display " UNIVAC, 1950: Presidential Election " SAGE System, 1955: The Workstation Charles Babbage’s “Difference Engine”
Slide 22: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Charles Babbage " “Difference Engine,” 1834 " Herman Hollerith " Census Bureau, 1890 " CTR Company " Thomas Watson " IBM, 1924 " Thomas Watson, Jr. " IBM Computers Sold to Chinese, 2004 " Mark I, 1948: CRT Display " UNIVAC, 1950: Presidential Election " SAGE System, 1955: The Workstation Herman Hollerith
Slide 23: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Charles Babbage " “Difference Engine,” 1834 " Herman Hollerith " Census Bureau, 1890 " CTR Company " Thomas Watson " IBM, 1924 " Thomas Watson, Jr. " IBM Computers Sold to Chinese, 2004 " Mark I, 1948: CRT Display " UNIVAC, 1950: Presidential Election " SAGE System, 1955: The Workstation Herman Hollerith’s Tabulating Machine
Slide 24: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Charles Babbage " “Difference Engine,” 1834 " Herman Hollerith " Census Bureau, 1890 " CTR Company " Thomas Watson " IBM, 1924 " Thomas Watson, Jr. " IBM Computers Sold to Chinese, 2004 " Mark I, 1948: CRT Display " UNIVAC, 1950: Presidential Election " SAGE System, 1955: The Workstation Thomas Watson, Sr. (Right)
Slide 25: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Charles Babbage " “Difference Engine,” 1834 " Herman Hollerith " Census Bureau, 1890 " CTR Company " Thomas Watson " IBM, 1924 " Thomas Watson, Jr. " IBM Computers Sold to Chinese, 2004 " Mark I, 1948: CRT Display " UNIVAC, 1950: Presidential Election " SAGE System, 1955: The Workstation Thomas Watson, Jr.
Slide 26: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Charles Babbage " “Difference Engine,” 1834 " Herman Hollerith " Census Bureau, 1890 " CTR Company " Thomas Watson " IBM, 1924 " Thomas Watson, Jr. " IBM Computers Sold to Chinese, 2004 " Mark I, 1948: CRT Display " UNIVAC, 1950: Presidential Election " SAGE System, 1955: The Workstation Manchester Mark 1
Slide 27: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Charles Babbage " “Difference Engine,” 1834 " Herman Hollerith " Census Bureau, 1890 " CTR Company " Thomas Watson " IBM, 1924 " Thomas Watson, Jr. " IBM Computers Sold to Chinese, 2004 " Mark I, 1948: CRT Display " UNIVAC, 1950: Presidential Election " SAGE System, 1955: The Workstation UNIVAC Computer
Slide 28: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Charles Babbage " “Difference Engine,” 1834 " Herman Hollerith " Census Bureau, 1890 " CTR Company " Thomas Watson " IBM, 1924 " Thomas Watson, Jr. " IBM Computers Sold to Chinese, 2004 " Mark I, 1948: CRT Display " UNIVAC, 1950: Presidential Election " SAGE System, 1955: The Workstation Semi-Automatic Ground Environment (SAGE) Workstation
Slide 29: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod John Bardeen, William Shockley, & Walter Brittain
Slide 30: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments
Slide 31: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Dr. Edward Roberts
Slide 32: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Roberts’ Altair Computer
Slide 33: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Paul Allen & Bill Gates
Slide 34: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Bill Gates Arrested in New Mexico, 1977
Slide 35: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod The Richest Man in the World Head of the Gates Foundation
Slide 36: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Paul Allen
Slide 37: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Stephen Wozniak & Steve Jobs in 1975
Slide 38: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Apple I Computer
Slide 39: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Steve Jobs with an iPod
Slide 40: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod IBM Logos
Slide 41: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Original Apple Logo
Slide 42: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod More Recent Apple Logos
Slide 43: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Historical Perspective " Transistors: Shockley, Braittain, and Bardeen, Nobel Prize, 1956 " Integrated Circuit Board, Jack Kilby, 1958 " Minicomputers " Altair Computer, Edward Roberts, 1975 " Microsoft: IBM DOS and Windows " Bill Gates: $60 Billion Plus & Anti-Trust Troubles " Paul Allen: Charter Communications & Sports Teams " Apple Computers " Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs " Apple II, 1977, Macintosh, 1984, iMac, & iPod Macintosh Computer Commercial, "1984," (1984) Director: Ridley Scott
Slide 44: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Technical Perspective " Memory and Storage " Bits, Bytes, and Gigabytes " RAM (internal), ROM (operating), and Flash (quick updating) " Floppies, Zips, CD-R, DVD-R, HD-DVD, and VC-1 " Central Processing Unit " Clock or Chip Speed " Intel Core2 Duo " Over Two Billion Bits a Second Inside a CPU
Slide 45: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Technical Perspective " Switching Devices " Connectors: Fancy Electrical Cords " SCSI and USB " Peripherals " Incoming: Keyboard, Mouse, Tablet, Voice, Scanners " Outgoing: Monitor, Printer " Interactive: Touch-Screens, Modems " Software " Word, QuarkXPress or InDesign, PhotoShop, Final Cut Pro or iMovie, and Dreamweaver " Physical Concerns: Radiation and Carpal Tunnel PhotoShop Demo: Vanishing Point
Slide 46: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Technical Perspective " Switching Devices " Connectors: Fancy Electrical Cords " SCSI and USB " Peripherals " Incoming: Keyboard, Mouse, Tablet, Voice, Scanners " Outgoing: Monitor, Printer " Interactive: Touch-Screens, Modems " Software " Word, QuarkXPress or InDesign, PhotoShop, Final Cut Pro or iMovie, and Dreamweaver " Physical Concerns: Radiation and Carpal Tunnel Inside Carpal Tunnel
Slide 47: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Ethical Perspective " Violent Themes " Mortal Kombat & Doom " WTC Attacks and Concerns " Sexual Themes " "Teledildonics" " Virtual Valerie " Virtual Reality " Children Representation Concerns " Image Manipulations " Commercial and Journalism Concerns Lawnmower Man, Virtual Reality Scene, (1992) Director: Brett Leonard
Slide 48: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Cultural Perspective " Computer Nerd Stereotype is Fading " But a Fear of Virtual Reality Remains Critical Perspective " Cannot Solve All Problems " Equal Access is Vital Future Directions " Teleputers Still Image from Xbox 360's "NBA 2K6."
Slide 49: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Cultural Perspective " Computer Nerd Stereotype is Fading " But a Fear of Virtual Reality Remains Critical Perspective " Cannot Solve All Problems " Equal Access is Vital Future Directions " Teleputers World of Warcraft Allows User to “Play” Online
Slide 50: Lecture Notes for Visual Communication Images with Messages Chapter 15: Computers "Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke, 1917 - Cultural Perspective " Computer Nerd Stereotype is Fading " But a Fear of Virtual Reality Remains Critical Perspective " Cannot Solve All Problems " Equal Access is Vital Future Directions " Teleputers Kuma\War Allows User to “Play” News Events

   
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