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e-Book Audiophotography: Bringing Photos to Life with Sounds (Computer Supported Cooperative Work) epub download

Author: David M. Frohlich
ISBN: 1402022093
Pages: 227 pages
Publisher: Springer; 2004 edition (May 19, 2004)
Language: English
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e-Book Audiophotography: Bringing Photos to Life with Sounds (Computer Supported Cooperative Work) epub download

by David M. Frohlich



Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Bringing Photos to Life with Sounds. Authors: Frohlich, David.

Computer Supported Cooperative Work. If you read the history of any new communication medium such as the cinema, television or radio, it always happens to be bound up with advances in some underlying technology. The difficulty of synchronizing sound recordings with the resulting moving images led to about 30 years of silent films - until such time as the technical problems were solved.

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The difficulty of synchronizing sound recordings with the resulting moving images led to about 30 years of silent films - until such time as the technical problems were solved. In between the inventions, media seem to grow and develop at a slower pace, as content producers and consumers experiment with the most satisfactory and stimulating ways of communicating with each other. This book is about the next chapter in the history of photography, which is emerging from a relatively stable period into a chaos of new inventions.

David M. Frohlich (auth. It is also bringing photography and videography closer together by unifying sound, still and moving images in the same digital medium.

Audiophotography : Bringing Photos to Life with Sounds. by David M. Frohlich.

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Audiophotography: bringing photos to life with sounds The method was developed in the context of working with groups of older people on concepts addressing memory, identity and social communication.

Audiophotography: bringing photos to life with sounds. Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2004) 4. 10 citations to a conference paper on the audiophoto desk (Frohlich et al. The audiophoto desk. The method was developed in the context of working with groups of older people on concepts addressing memory, identity and social communication. It is illustrated with reference to the re-design of two seeded concepts and feedback from participants themselves on the experience of taking part.

The book argues that this digital era is the third major chapter in the 170 year history of the area; following the portrait and Kodak eras of the past. History shows that despite huge changes in photographic technology and the way it has been sold, people continue to use photographs to improve memory, support communication and reinforce identity. The future will involve a shift in the balance of these core activities and a replacement of the family album with various multimedia archives for individuals, families and communities.

D Frohlich, A Kuchinsky, C Pering, A Don, S Ariss. Proceedings of the 2002 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperativ. 2002. Audiophotography: Bringing photos to life with sounds. Springer Science & Business Media, 2004. Timespace in the workplace: Dealing with interruptions. B O'Conaill, D Frohlich. Conference companion on Human factors in computing systems, 262-263, 1995. Informal communication re-examined: New functions for video in supporting opportunistic encounters. E Isaacs, S Whittaker, D Frohlich, B O'Conaill. Video-mediated communication 997, 459-485, 1997.

If you read the history of any new communication medium such as the cinema, television or radio, it always happens to be bound up with advances in some underlying technology. For example, cinema was born out of the rapid projection of a series of still images on a celluloid film strip. The difficulty of synchronizing sound recordings with the resulting moving images led to about 30 years of silent films - until such time as the technical problems were solved. In between the inventions, media seem to grow and develop at a slower pace, as content producers and consumers experiment with the most satisfactory and stimulating ways of communicating with each other. In the same example, silent film-makers eventually found ways of adding dialogue through scene titles and having music played during the projection of their films. This book is about the next chapter in the history of photography, which is emerging from a relatively stable period into a chaos of new inventions. Photography as we know it is at the same point as the silent films of 1926. The transition from analog to digital photography is spawning many new ways of taking, manipulating and sharing photographs. It is also bringing photography and videography closer together by unifying sound, still and moving images in the same digital medium.