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'2008/02'에 해당되는 글 5건

  1. 2008.02.19 first_composition
  2. 2008.02.19 action_script
  3. 2008.02.19 editing sample
  4. 2008.02.07 Schopenhauer's porcupine dilemma
  5. 2008.02.04 articles and links
COURSE/COURSE_OUTPUT2008.02.19 11:52
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stop(); loadMovies() /*playList = new Array() obj = new Object() obj.start = 5 obj.end = 8 playList.push(obj) obj = new Object() obj.start = 5 obj.end = 8 playList.push(obj) obj = new Object() obj.start = 5 obj.end = 8 playList.push(obj) *///explaination of object notation playList = [ {start:1, end:2, clip:"test_01.flv"}, {start:11, end:12, clip:"test_01.flv"}, {start:3, end:4, clip:"test_01.flv"}, {start:9, end:10, clip:"test_01.flv"}, {start:6, end:7, clip:"test_01.flv"}, {start:8, end:9, clip:"test_01.flv"} ] function playNextEvent(){ lastTimeStamp = getTimer() currentPlay++; if(currentPlay < playList.length){ isPlaying = true }else{ trace([currentPlay , "set to false"]) isPlaying = false //netStreamObject.close(); } } this.onEnterFrame = function(){ if(isPlaying){ elapsedTime = getTimer() - lastTimeStamp secondsDuration = ( playList[currentPlay].end - playList[currentPlay].start) clipDuration =secondsDuration*1000.0 if(elapsedTime >=clipDuration){ endFrame = Math.ceil((playList[currentPlay].end)*30.0) mc.gotoAndStop(endFrame); playNextEvent(); }else{ tFrames = secondsDuration*30.0 startFrame = Math.ceil((playList[currentPlay].start)*30.0) aframe = startFrame + Math.ceil(tFrames*(elapsedTime/clipDuration)) mc.gotoAndStop(aframe); } }else{ //go somewhere else } } function startSimulation(){ currentPlay = -1; //this will happen first mc._visible = true; playNextEvent() } moviesToLoad = ["test.swf"] loadId = 0 this.onMouseDown = function(){ startSimulation() } function loadMovies(){ var loadListener:Object = new Object(); loadListener.onLoadComplete = function(target_mc:MovieClip, httpStatus:Number):Void { loadId++ } var mcLoader:MovieClipLoader = new MovieClipLoader(); mcLoader.addListener(loadListener); var mc:MovieClip = this.createEmptyMovieClip("mc", this.getNextHighestDepth()); mc._visible = false mcLoader.loadClip("test.swf", mc); }
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private2008.02.07 01:46

The phrase hedgehog's dilemma refers to the notion that the closer two beings come to each other, the more likely they are to hurt one another; however if they remain apart, they will each feel the pain of loneliness. This comes from the idea that hedgehogs, with sharp spines on their backs, will hurt each other if they get too close. This is analogous to a relationship between two human beings. If two people come to care about and trust each other, something bad that happens to one of them will hurt the other as well, and dishonesty between the two could cause even greater problems.

 Origin

The concept originates from Arthur Schopenhauer's Parerga und Paralipomena, Volume II, Chapter XXXI, Section 396. In his English translation, E.F.J. Payne translates the German "Stachelschweine" as "porcupines". Schopenhauer's parable describes a number of hedgehogs who need to huddle together for warmth and who struggle to find the distance where they are warm without hurting one another. The hedgehogs have to sacrifice warmth for comfort. The conclusion that Schopenhauer draws is that if someone has enough internal warmth, he or she can avoid society and the giving and receiving of irritation that results from social interaction.

It is also important to note that hedgehogs do not actually hurt each other when they get close, human beings tend to keep themselves more "on guard" in relationships and are more likely to sting one another in the way that a relaxed hedgehog would if spooked. When living in groups, hedgehogs often sleep close to each other.

from wikipedia

 

Just wondering How warm I am................
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THEORIES2008.02.04 09:54

links - video art / digital art _theory
http://torinmonahan.com/papers/Digital_Art_Worlds.htm

http://207.56.97.90/Article.html
http://www.euroartmagazine.com/new/?issue=1&page=1&content=60
http://www.transmediale.de/site/programm/overview/january30/?tx_minttmprogramme_pi1%5Buid%5D=214&tx_minttmprogramme_pi1%5Bshow%5D=0&tx_minttmprogramme_pi1%5BbackLink%5D=index.php%3Fid%3D88&cHash=a6fe058b58

http://www.medienkunstnetz.de/themes/mapping_and_text/
http://turbulence.org/archives/07.html
http://www.turbulence.org/blog/archives/002536.html

pdfs - video art / digital art _theory


links - interactive art
http://www.artinteractive.org/shows/urban_networks/
http://www.citu.info/index.php?lang=en&page=in.php&cat=
http://arts.columbia.edu/dmc/docs/lectureseries.html
http://www.futurelab.org.uk/projects/ilab_2015
http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/useful-resources/
http://www.archive.org/details/Essense_Colour_Life
http://www.benayoun.com/

conference_ exhibition
http://www.designcinema2008.org/about.html
http://rhizome.org/thread.rhiz?thread=18106&page=1
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