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Sixteen Colors ANSI/ASCII Art Archive TuMejorTV ensamble aleatorio nimia schizma morezane : nimia, schizma, morezane Videotape format war A Betamax cassette (top) and a VHS cassette. The videotape format war was a period of intense competition or "format war" of incompatible models of consumer-level analog video videocassette and video cassette recorders (VCR) in the late 1970s and the 1980s, mainly involving the Betamax and VHS formats. VHS ultimately emerged as the pre-eminent format.[1] Overview[edit] Manufacturers also introduced other systems such as needle-based, record-style discs (RCA's Capacitance Electronic Disc, JVC's Video High Density disc) and Philips' LaserDisc. None of these disc formats gained much ground as none were capable of home recording; however, they did hold small niche markets. Competing technologies[edit] Sony had met with Matsushita executives sometime in late 1974/early 1975 to discuss the forthcoming home video market.[4] Both had previously cooperated in the development and marketing of the U-Matic video cassette format. U.S. market[edit] Picture quality[edit] Europe[edit] Outcome[edit]

Lee De Forest Lee De Forest Lee De Forest, (n. Iowa, 26 de agosto de 1873 - Hollywood, 30 de junio de 1961), fue un inventor estadounidense con unas 300 patentes registradas. Biografía[editar] Durante toda su vida creó una idea lucrativa tras otra, mas la falta de perspicacia comercial le impidió sacar provecho del fruto de su genio. El crecimiento excesivo de su compañía acabó por provocar la bancarrota, pero De Forest se recobró rápidamente. El joven inventor se casó en 1908, mas tuvo una luna de miel muy atareada. De Forest Triodo, 1906. Pero fue en 1906 cuando De Forest inventó el triodo. Difícilmente se consideraría que el retorcer un delgado fragmento de alambre e insertarlo en una bombilla es un incidente que conmueve al mundo; sin embargo, eso es literalmente lo que hizo Lee De Forest para inventar el triodo, que está considerado en la actualidad como uno de los veinte inventos más importantes de la historia de la humanidad. Y es ahí donde nace la electronica. Enlace externo[editar]

THE MOZART EFFECT … AND BEYOND BABBITT EFFECT: Child gibbers nonsense all the time. Eventually, people stop listening to him. Child doesn't care because all his playmates think he's cool. BARTÓK EFFECT: Child becomes more and more dissonant. Has trouble maintaining harmony with his peers. Difficulty following rules. BEETHOVEN EFFECT: Child spends far too much time at the keyboard and goes deaf. BRAHMS EFFECT: Child is able to speak beautifully as long as his sentences contain a multiple of three words (3, 6, 9, 12, etc.). BRUCKNER EFFECT: Child speaks very slowly and repeats himself frequently. GLASS EFFECT: Child tends to repeat himself over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. IVES EFFECT: Child develops a remarkable ability to carry on several separate conversations at once. LISZT EFFECT: Child speaks rapidly and extravagantly, but never really says anything important. TAVENER EFFECT: Child sings a lot. And finally ….

Computer Generations The the late 1960s and early 70s, there was much talk about "generations" of computer technology. This photo illustrates what were commonly known as the three generations: First generation: Vacuum tubes (left). Mid 1940s. IBM pioneered the arrangment of vacuum tubes in pluggable modules such as the one shown here on the left. The IBM 650 was a first-generation computer. Omitted from this taxonomy is the "zeroth" generation computer based on metal gears (such as the IBM 407) or mechanical relays (such as the Mark I), and the post-3rd generation computers based on Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) circuits. Photo: IBM [32]. Heinrich Rudolf Hertz Heinrich Rudolf Hertz (Hamburgo, 22 de febrero de 1857 – Bonn, 1 de enero de 1894) fue un físico alemán descubridor del efecto fotoeléctrico y de la propagación de las ondas electromagnéticas, así como de formas de producirlas y detectarlas. La unidad de medida de la frecuencia, el hercio («Hertz» en la mayoría de los idiomas), lleva ese nombre en su honor. Infancia y juventud[editar] Pertenecía a una familia de origen judío que se había convertido al cristianismo en 1838.[1] Su padre era consejero en la ciudad de Hamburgo. Ya en su infancia demostró tener unas capacidades fuera de lo común, pues se sabe que leía a los clásicos en versión original (Platón y tragedias griegas). También leía árabe y su madre presumía que siempre era el primero de la clase.[2] No obstante, a pesar de su demostrada capacidad para los estudios, era también muy aficionado a las actividades prácticas, como la carpintería y el torno, donde también destacaba por su habilidad. Carrera[editar] Muerte[editar]

Pierre Schaeffer Pierre Henri Marie Schaeffer (14 de agosto de 1910 – 19 de agosto de 1995) fue un compositor francés. Es considerado el creador de la música concreta. Es autor del libro titulado Tratado de los objetos musicales, en donde expone toda su teoría sobre este tipo de música. Compuso distintas obras todas ellas basadas en la técnica de la música concreta. De entre ellas cabe destacar su Estudio para locomotoras. Biografía[editar] Schaeffer nació en Nancy. Para entonces, Schaeffer había fundado el grupo Jeune France, con intereses en el teatro y las artes visuales así como en la música. En 1949, Schaeffer conoció a Pierre Henry, y los dos fundaron el Groupe de Recherche de Musique Concrète (GRMC) que recibió un reconocimiento oficial por parte de la ORTF en 1951. Schaeffer dejó el GRMC en 1953, pero lo reformó en 1958 con Luc Ferrari y François-Bernard Mâche como el Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM). Musique Concrète[editar] Enlaces externos[editar] Grabaciones[editar]

je ne veux pas être sage I always wanted to sing, but everyone told me not to, anyway, I stopped smoking. J'ai toujours voulu chanter, mais on me disait de ne pas le faire, de toute façon, j'ai arrêté de fumer. not a web work but an advertisement for je ne veux pas être sage / ik wil geen braaf meisje zijn / I don't want to be a nice girl / a video 2005 5.20min presentation: Monoquini Montpellier 7 dec 2005. abrahams&deweille angry woman copyleft : LAL Reactions : Fluctuat (french) For Those Who Think I Am A Nice Girl / Pour Ceux Qui Pensent Que Je Suis Une Gentille Fille. .mp3

Robert Adrian X Robert Adrian X (1935, Toronto - 2015, Vienna) was an artist producing installations, radio art and sound art works from 1957, and one of the recognized pioneer of telecommunication art. He started to work and experiment in this field already in 1979. Adrian X organised a number of projects involving fax, slow-scan tv, amateur radio, Bulletin Board Systems etc. during the 1980s-90s. He was with different media, including installation, model-making, photography, painting, sculpture, radio and computer. His work has been included in many international exhibitions, for example at the Venice Biennale (1980, 1984), the Sydney Biennale (1986) and several times at the Ars Electronica in Linz/Austria. In April 1995, he initiated Kunstradio On Line, the web-site of the ORF radio art programme Kunstradio and continued as webmaster of KR online until April 2000. He moved to Vienna in 1972. Works[edit] Danube Connection[edit] Writings, interviews[edit] Literature[edit]

Scientists Discover The Oldest, Largest Body Of Water In Existence--In Space Scientists have found the biggest and oldest reservoir of water ever--so large and so old, it’s almost impossible to describe. The water is out in space, a place we used to think of as desolate and desert dry, but it's turning out to be pretty lush. Researchers found a lake of water so large that it could provide each person on Earth an entire planet’s worth of water--20,000 times over. Yes, so much water out there in space that it could supply each one of us all the water on Earth--Niagara Falls, the Pacific Ocean, the polar ice caps, the puddle in the bottom of the canoe you forgot to flip over--20,000 times over. The water is in a cloud around a huge black hole that is in the process of sucking in matter and spraying out energy (such an active black hole is called a quasar), and the waves of energy the black hole releases make water by literally knocking hydrogen and oxygen atoms together. The new cloud of water is enough to supply 28 galaxies with water.

Evolvotron Evolvotron is an interactive "generative art" application for Linux to evolve images/textures/patterns/animations through an iterative process of random mutation and user-selection driven evolution. (This process is also often referred to as "evolutionary art" or "genetic art".) If you like lava lamps, and still think the Mandelbrot set is cool, this could be the software for you. For information on how to obtain evolvotron, click here. View the gallery for examples of evolvotron generated imagery and screenshots. Basically the software shows a selection of algorithmically generated images. The code is licensed under the GPL. This project was inspired by a panel session at SIGGRAPH many years ago... probably "Computer art - an oxymoron? New releases will be announced on freshmeat. Other Links The idea of evolving images was pioneered (so far as I know) by Karl Sims. Before evolvotron, I initially wrote a greatly inferior version in the form of a Java applet. Evolvotron sightings This is a

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