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    Camera Phones and Invasion of Privacy

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    Camera Phones and Invasion of Privacy “New technology has…….placed all of us in an electronic fishbowl in which our habits, tastes and activities are watched and recorded.” as told by Simson Garfinkel (Ojeda). In the 21st century it is easy to awe people with new technology. Take two popular gadgets, merge them into a single point-and-click device, and then watch the world go nuts over it. This is a fact that will never change. Technology in this world is growing every day and there are products

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    Camera Phones Trigger Controversy

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    Camera Phones Trigger Controversy When Catherine Zeta Jones appeared in a television commercial, she was one of the first to advertise one of the newest additions to a cell phone: the camera phone. The purpose of the commercial was to show how convenient, compact and useful such an apparatus could turn out to be. The theory is quite simple, basically combining a cell phone and a digital camera into one gadget. Major cellular companies like Nokia, Samsung and Sanyo observed how popular digital

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    Camera Cell Phones Save Lives My first year of college was approaching rapidly, and I was still trying to get my supplies gathered together. Most of my items I had already stockpiled, such as bedding, a computer and a fridge. One item missing on my list was a cell phone. My parents had insisted that I purchased one when I got my driver's license, but I never seemed to find the time to get one. Being a teenage girl in this day of age, my parents thought I should always have a way to get help

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    The recent popularity of camera equipped mobile phones have sparked anew field of use for machine-readable 2D bar codes. A code can be printed one everyday items and be interacted with using a camera phone. The interactions initiated by scanning the 2D bar code with the phone's camera. And the reaction can be anything from simply retrieving information to triggering some action. Because of the low cost of printing 2D bar codes, there many possible applications that could be based on this. One such

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    Ford Sync is an innovative and interactive feature available in some Ford vehicles. It allows the driver to be able to utilize hands-free calling, music search and control, navigation, and temperate control. It provides the feedback needed that allows the driver to be informed and safe while driving. Part of doing so is allowing the user to be aware of particular user or performance errors that may stop a particular command from being completed. The dialogue of the system is easy to understand in

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    American Beauty by Sam Mendes

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    their voyeuristic tendencies to deconstruct the images in order to reveal the true image. From the start of the film the construction of images is evident. American Beauty begins with the obvious constructed shot, shown through the use of a video camera, of a young teenage girl. The narration reveals that she wants her father dead. The image portrayed around her is constructed as an evil, unaffectionate youth. The next scene is of a high angle shot, with a voice-over narration. The voice-over goes

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    but with today’s camera technology, one can see events occurring in real time as they are captured and posted for the world to see by spectators at these events. Cameras have evolved throughout the years and these evolutions have changed society forever. We are able to capture images and share them instantaneously on phones and tablets. This current technology is drastically different from the cameras of the past. As one takes a journey through the history and evolution of cameras and photography

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    picture the Grand Canyon. What did you see? Most likely the natural beauty and vastness of the canyon with the blue backdrop of a cloudless sky. What I’m guessing you didn’t picture was the reality of thousands of tourists swarming nearby with their cameras at the ready to capture the perfect image. Susan Sontag believed that taking pictures as a tourist on a trip will ruin the moment and that instead you should just experience it in the present. While I agree that incessantly taking picture to try and

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    The Evolution of Photography

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    take our breath away. The invention of the camera and its many makeovers has changed the art of photography. The idea for photographing came around in 1814 when Joseph Niépce wanted an image of his son before he left for war. He succeeded in making the first camera in 1827, but the camera needed at least eight hours to produce one picture. Parisian Louis Daguerre invented the next kind of camera in 1839, who worked with Niépce for four years. His camera only needed fifteen to thirty minutes to produce

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    Cameras are used every day to capture significant moments that want to be remembered. It has transformed through time and influences pop culture today. According to Merriam-Webster, a camera is “a device that consists of a lightproof chamber with an aperture fitted with a lens and a shutter through which the image of an object is projected onto a surface for recording.” A camera is a form of art invented in the 1830’s and today photography is a multi-billion dollar industry (Tolmachev). A camera

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