The new media theory is an idea of Mark Poster heralds. The theory indicated that we are entering a new stage in media because, interactive technology and the constant usage of the Internet. The “new media theory” is changing society more than anyone would have ever imagined and is transforming our society. The new media is also taking over and shunning out various other ways many may have once used to receive cover from the media. However, the new change is constant and can be perceived in many different fashions.
Copyright in the Digital Age The new technology has increased the importance of intellectual property. This new technology can be patent, trademark, copyright, etc .. When we talk about copyright protection comes in our mind that usually awarded to literary, musical, dramatic or original artwork. But the growth of new technologies has led to new concepts such as database software, several works in web, etc., computer designs. So it is very necessary to know more about copyright regarding the music, the distribution and performance of work in cyberspace.
The Current State of Virtual Art and Exhibition Virtual art is the product of long-standing traditions in art merged with revolutionary technological advances. With innovations emerging almost as fast as end-users can test and master new systems, technology has dramatically altered our daily lives and changed our thought processes. Like many technological advances, virtual and cyber realities have been embraced, and often created by, artists that experiment with the myriad of possibilities that technology can offer. While there have been many works of art inspired and created by means of digital advances, the medium has yet to be defined and its boundaries have not yet been identified. Since technology and virtual art are just beginning to be explored, the medium is in its infancy and thus cannot be judged based upon traditional mores of art.
There is a trend in the world of technologies that is unfolding relentlessly creating new ideas that are being marked as the next big thing. These technologies have the potential of disrupting established technologies and even alter the way people live. The technologies can sustain and improve or disrupt the existing technologies leading to an entirely new products and services (McKinsey & Company 1). 3D printing is a technology that has been around since 1980s but it was until 2010 that the 3D printers became commercially available. Since then, the technology has had impacts that have captured the attention of many because of its science fiction connotations.
Globalization plays a big key role when it comes to technological advances such as media or communications; thus, shaping identity, a social concept, is being transformed or reformed in new and more global ways. With globalization rapidly growing in these past decades, communications and media have broken barriers in countries, letting ideas and thoughts emerge. By providing young people a way to communicate through communications and media, media provides a flow of information and adolescents take it in. Though, media and communications being one of the most significant moves of all time in technology or global advance, the ability for ideas to be enforced, to be corrupted by a false sense of security about what the world actually is on a adolescent, can become challenging. Although, knowing it can 't be reliable, it still acts in a sense to forms one identity.
The invention of new instruments, ways of playing music, and media for storing music, all have impacted music, musicians, and those who bring music to the general public. Although the advent of computerization has brought about changes in how music is created, the recording industry has perhaps been the most visibly affected by these changes in technology. As the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) aptly puts it, "no other decade in history has contributed as much to the growth of the music industry as the 1990s, the digital decade" . With any radical change, there are both positive and negative consequences of this change, and such consequences depend on the specific viewpoint being considered. Has computer technology had a positive or negative effect on the recording industry?
In fact, technology has created a platform to infinity imagination for people. Every day, someone will come up with some new fresh ideas that could make life better such as an application. In this era of globalisation, even though many great minds can provide great ideas, the ideas will only be fantasies without technology. With technology, people can express their ideas and realise them successfully without any barrier. The creativity of humans in generating ideas will causes many new inventions such as online business, online payment and much more.
The Global village identifies with an increase economic integration and growing interlink between countries and the rest of the world. Globalisation brings potential for growth because more and more people are being connected to technology innovation like internet, e-mails and social platforms. Companies will have to determine what their objective is. It is not just the product but also the message which needs to reflect the current consumer mind. The communication messages of today needs to reflect sentiments of care and protection, rational and considered behaviour and performance and value Communication is much easier with the introduction of products and services such as Skype, WhatsApp, Facebook, emails and twitter.
With the increase in mobile devices, digital technology will further expand the way we use media. Digital Technology has unlimited potential and will further change how we consume mass media.
The advent of new media has had tremendous influence on every aspect of human information dissemination. Although the purpose of new media is very much built on the traditional media, new media has definitely exceeded the abilities of traditional media, with technology. The new media, Internet applications such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube which facilitate the creation and exchange of user-created content, has been identified as key to influence and promote social movements. That is, It is clearly that new media-initiated attitudes drive social movements and issues such as environmental problems, energy crises and political corruption as social movements that concern the public. Introduction Recent years have seen a surge of interest in