How are some different ways the technology influence sprots?
Technology has influenced numerous sporting equipment, lighter tennis racquets, better shoes, etc., are some examples of this. High speed cameras and analysis software have helped players fine tune their game in numerous sports. Technology is consistently used in assisting on field umpires and the list goes on and on. In general, there is no field that has not been influenced by technology, albeit positivey or negatively.
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From my own personal experience (I am an artist , an abstract painter) I can only say how technology influened my art. In 1978 I met Sam Golden, a paint Chemist , who was just opening his own company, Golden Artist Colors, in New Berlin ,NY. I was introduced by another artist who told me this manhad… made a great new discovery!! Something I had been trying to find in the art stores but it didn't yet exist! What I wanted was a clear plastic thickener to add to acrylic paints. The closest thing I found was something called gloss medium(familiar now to most acrylic painters. Since Van Eyck invented oil paint(before that was tempera and fresco , and before that natural dye colors).there never had been a new invention for artists, until acrylics came along. Acrylics were invented as plastics came in to the world, first as celluliod and other early plastcs were beginnng to evolve in the industrial world, so it was for plastic paint. First used commercial for houses, boats and the like.But generally not used by artists. Before World War II, Sam told me he had made a kind of sticky goo by accident , and put it on the shelf when the War broke out and he had to focus on grey paint for the bottoms of Navy Boats , that had to be water tight, withstand severe temperatures,salt and barnacles.. the goo was a by -product of these experiments. Later after the War, paints like Duco and aluminum based oil or Alkyd paint was being used by artist Jackson Pollock, Sam was cleaning his shelves and discovered the goo!! He worked on it , on and off. By 1978 when he left the paint co. he was working for (Bocour Paints) it resurfaced again. This time, he put a new batch into a bucket and gave it to my friend, John Greifen of NYC. When John gveme the bucket, I was overjoyed!! It has thickness like oil, and although it appeared milky white in the can, he stated "Sam says it drys clear". Well, it wasn't exactly clear, but a lot closer to what I was looking for!! Since that day , now thirty years later, thousands of artists are using Golden Paints. The face of Art at the time, post Pollock, was known as "Color Field Painting" that is thinned down oils, acrylics or alkyds, like watercolors, but from 1978 on the artists like myself experimented working with Sam directly to form a whole new kind of painting. It is thick, and textural, plastic , and I discovered one can put many things into it , on top of it , and in working along with Sam, we found all kinds of new versions of the base he called acrylic gel medium. There are now many types of gel, thick , thin, stringy, slow drying, fast drying,clear, opaque, self-levelling, hard, soft, soft paste, hard paste, and pumice gels (I think there are some 22 or more now in their line of paints). All of this came from tha one can! And the freedom that allowed us artists was a very important change in the technology! And like most artistic inventions of the past , it has crept into every facet of modern society. It has affected design, art, clothes, car paints, house paints, floor paints, restoration paints, signmaking, posters, wallpaper, printing and on and on. Every maker of acrylic paint now carries a line of textured and clear acrylics. Golden is in most every art store throughout the USA and now worldwide. From the little beginnings in a barn in Sam's back yard where I used to mix the chemicals with him, it has changed the course of art! I have now thirty years of working with his paints, I have shown my paintings all over, in museums and galleries and art shows, in the USA, Canada,France, Germany, Belgium, The Czech Republic,South Africa , Korea, and my work hangs in private collections in all of those countries and Brazil, Japan, and Switzerland. Most recently I am now showing in China. Yes, the answer is, technology most definitely affects art, by way of changing, or allowing us to experiment and expand our horizons. In this case, Sam's little invention went well beyond he confines of oil painting (aside from eliminating the smell of turpentine),and well beyond the confines of acrylic paint as we knew them before, and allowed us to think freely about color , shape and handling of paint taking us into an unlimited expansive new universe. And with the addition of glitter(which I had been adding to my earliest paintings made from glue and glitter as a kid in the early1960's) he developed a line of glitter paints, in response to my requests. Sam died some years ago, and since then his son mark took over the business. The last time I sent paint samples to the Golden Paint company , I was trying to convince Mark that two of my favorite things are hologrammed glitter , and fluorescent which I add to the paint, as I have been for many years. In time I expect to see these among his list of paints, and someday these things will infiltrate most every area of society. Sam and I ,years ago worked on fluorescents, and now many street signs,(orange and green) and Fire trucks(green) are visible everywhere in the USA. everything from dog collars, to kids toys can be found in fluorescents. When I first worked with fluorescents I was in high school, using silkscreen inks, in my hippy days, to make Rock and Roll posters. When I asked Sam, he told me "Fluorescents are fugitive" , meaning they don't last. He said the action that makes paint fluoresse is the molecules are actually in motion, activated by UltraViolet light! "And that is precisely what causes their destruction! " I thought that was very cool!But he didn't! He didn't even want to make fluorescents at first. Finally he did, and along with it, something called MSA Varnish. The varnish goes on top, to slow the action, protecting the color, but the drawback was, if I wanted the painting to last for years, it had to have the varnish, but by varnishing the paintings meant sacrificing the neon effect under Black- light or UV(ultraviolet). Sadly we never finished this project. But I can say the early fluorescents have held up amazingly well, for all those years! They still with very few exceptions remain unchanged. Now Mark has ways to test the longevity of paints with new technology, he can tell if a paint will last one year or 400!! Which I find quite amazing!It is this kind of collaboration between the Chemist and the Artist that allows both of us to learn a great deal from working together. And although, the actual time we worked together was in reality a very small span, it is those tiny moments than can change the course of so many things in our lives. The exchange of ideas, was the crucial element. An artist looking for things that didn't exist, and chemists who could translate the artists imagination into reality, is the way so many inventions come into being. And the opposite is also true , art can influence technology. One only has to look at DaVinci whom thru his art, invented so many things. As artists, most of us are curious by nature, about everything in the world around us. What most people consider mundane, a truly creative mind of an artist will tear up into pieces, disassemble, reassemble and refashion in a totally new way . It is a way of thinking. When this "off the wall " artistic creativity mixes with the logical,careful, reasoning, scientific, mathematical kind of creativity we all benefit from the results.My name is Lucy Baker. (MORE)
Technology has greatly influenced drama. With the use of technologyforeign dramas are dubbed into local dialects. Drama subtitles arealso a result of technology. The use of musical pieces to give moreweight to a drama is also a result of technology.
Technology is a broad term meaning the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes. Different types of technology include Inventions, Electronics, Cybernetics and Food Technology.
There are different types of genres now that technology has advanced such as electro, dubstep, house etc. There is also the development of auto tune which alters a singers voice. It has had negative and positive effects.
Technology influence's art because it gives artist more ways tohone their craft. Artist can now create images in 3D.
Yes. Technology has influenced almost everything. No longer is animation left to the Disney's and Pixar's of the world, we can create and watch animations and cartoons from the comfort of our own home.
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science and technology affects us in many ways by using it to make work faster and and our food lasts long it is also convinient
Technology influence guitar because without technology you cannot make anything. Technology helps people to invent anything. Guitar is made by the help of technology and technology has been given by GOD to the humans.
Technology has always been there since stone age, it has just been advancing as time goes. So you can't ask how technology has been influenced by older technology. Technology has just been advancing every day
Increasingly, literature have discovered important relations amongpaper-making, print techology, modes of publication, ideas ofcreativity, and the specific works of art and literature produced.
It has helped to increased rehabilitation time, and it has mad athletes stronger, faster and just all around better.
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Information Communications Technologies (ICTs), such as Radios, Satellites, Hyper Text Transmission Protocol (HTTP), and Extract Transformation & Load (ETL) solutions, are a subset of all Information Technologies. ICTs only focus on the "transmission" and "reception" of data, whereas the general ter…m "Information Technology" represents any technology that deals with any aspect of Data, Information and/or Knowledge. . (MORE)
" Communication Technology ," also known as " Communications Technology " or " Information Communications Technology (ICT) ," is focused on the reception and/or transmission of data and information across one or more different communications channels or mediums. Communications Technology is co…nsidered to be a subset of the broader category " Information Technology ," which applies to any technical solution that addresses "any" aspect of dealing with data, information and/or knowledge. Examples of the more general functions we can perform with or on any data or information include but are not limited to: . Create . Modify . Persist/Store . Delete . Copy . Archive . Retrieve . Transmit . Receive . Format . Render/View Communications Technologies fall under the professional IT Discipline known as " Communications Management ." Subsets of Communications Technologies include but are not limited to: . Narrowband Technologies . Wideband Technologies . Microwave Communications Technologies . FiberOptic Communications Technologies . Sonar Technologies . Troposcatter Technologies (MORE)
Technology is growing at a high time record. Information technologyhas made many improvements in day to day living. For example, cellphones allow people to stay in touch when they are out and about,and the internet provides information with the touch of a button.
they use electrical cameras t that work underwater to take snapshots of the see animals and plants (this type of camera is water proof made just for water) . another technology is a tube that you use to breath for a long time under water
1. Science is researching things, and technology is the way we apply it in our lives. 2. Science is testing hypotheses, and technology is what we can make after we apply what we learn.
The Global Positioning System was one of the most helpful device used to create and update maps.
Native American technologies that were influenced by theenvironment include: Inuit igloo sweat lodge tipis wigwams dome homes canoes shell fish lures pottery made from clay snowshoes toboggans
The people who live in Asia must adapt to the different climateswithin this large and varied area. These climates affect how thepeople dress, what they eat, and even the type of housing that theylive in.
The Four Response Groups Innovators -- adopt all new technologies Early Adopters -- use once developed Laggards -- adopt grudgingly or only partially Luddites -- scorn and disapprove of new things (from the anti-industrial group of British textile workers in 1811 and 1812) Ways People React to …Technology A) They can love it. B) They can hate it. C) They can use it. D) Or they can toss it. (MORE)
It advaced it rapidly and made it live. Dhatt. Technology led to growth in the economy.
Go to a computer lab or place with many computers and go with them through some sites and activities on a computer. Or just pass around your cell phone and hope no one texts anyone.
there are better opportunities for people and higher GDP for a country but at the same time its bad because people become more lazy and less active
Typists, publishers, journalists, librarians, teachers, factory workers... when you think about it, almost every job has been affected by technology, from binmen to builders, hairdressers to health professionals!
As technology involves technological process to produce inventive products (invention), it is included in rules and regulations where the inventor must abide to reach and meet the standard quality requirements. From the starting point of invention, it depends on the policy formulation. Why policy… formulation needed? Any technological process must go through under the operation management system, PODC stages; Planning, Organizing, Departmental, and Control. In each stage of PODC, there must be the respective policy formulation(s) as product quality takes first. The technology involved also efficiency factor which is derived as high output over low input. From this basic formula, it really does influence much on policy formulation(s). Efficiency measures the quality of product preparation and making. The main point here is quality assurance reflects the quality of policy formulations. From the above explanations, it is very significant policy formulation(s) will give direct impact to the inventive product's output. More importantly, the financial policy structures and formulations must be very supportive in creating quality technological products. It must meets the effective financial projections in these areas of financial planning; cash flow projection, profit and loss projection, balance sheets projection. Failing to identify and ensure the financial needs and providence, the entire policy formulations is otiose in producing quality technological end products. Summary Policy formulations must thoroughly calculate the technological planning, production, management, administration, control, testing, and commissioning in making quality end-product. The three main sources of formulating policy are natural resources, human resources, and technology resources. Then, it comes to formulating the decision support system and decision making process. (MORE)
Art is all around us. In literature, music, paintings, and culture influence all of us. We often take it granted. Our society has been influenced by art such as music especially the pop culture. Famous authors today describe our society through literature. We share ideas of art through the media and… there are positive and negative contributions. Art influences us to be the way we want to be and by this provides us uniqueness in our lives. (MORE)
Examples of technology affecting work behavior include: surfing the web on company time cell phone use during company time getting work done more efficiently using search engines and software programs
Well firstly, society has changed massively due to technology. Look at everyone these days, communicating through Facebook and considering games as one of their only forms of entertainment, it's definitely different to before technology became existent.
Obviously, all live sound reinforcement is technology- fromspeakers to mixers etc. However, in the last 10 years or so, manyaspects of live sound have gone through a technological revolution.The largest area in which one can see this is in digitalsoundboards. Instead of having an analog component co…ntrol eachaspect on the board, a computer processes the audio digitally. Thisreduces cost and size while increasing usability and features. Computer technology has also been seen in loudspeaker managementsystems, wireless mics, and many other pieces of audio equipment. Also, some audio equipment manufacturers are creating an'ecosystem' of products that communicate with each other. The firstexample that jumps to mind is Harman's hiQ Net, which links variousHarman products (Soundcraft, JBL, DBX, etc) (MORE)
Science and technology have influenced human lives a lot. Science was discovered not in the 18th or 19th century, but from stone age itself.
In some cases, hands-on training can be beneficial to the learning experience. If you have experience working with the equipment, then you will most likely have a better time helping a customer.
Technology has given many of training aids , training models andtraining equipment thus making the training more realistic and lesscostly . A pilot can get training of many facilities on the model.The pace of development has been enhanced to technology and most ofdesign and development models are ma…de and tested on computers.Nowadays, there are also training programs and courses that aremade available online - some courses are even compatible with mostmobile gadgets. Technology has improved means of training and areeven reaching more people (providing training and education topeople who are busy at work, who can't leave home - via onlineprograms) (MORE)
Technology has given major influence to us all through out the years have passed. You could simply imagine during the early years of our parents how hard communication was for them. They didn't have cellphones and twitter to connect with and look at us now. We could connect with our friends but just… one click of a button. Technology is the major contributor why our life today is convenient! (MORE)
sorry i don't know im only 12 and now its September 13th 2010 and the time is 643 pm i have a friend named ciera hatton and my name is Cassie betts if u have a facebook or mypace add me plz
Digital clock or a digital camera are a couple of examples. Sound now is broadcast in a digital format as are data transmissions
Technology influences dancing in many ways. For several decades now, step sequencers have allowed for the creation of songs that feature faster drum beats, more uniform and complex tracks. Mp3 technology allows for DJ's to easily transition from one song to the next with more efficient beat matchi…ng. The use of smoke machines, laser and light machines, strobes, etc have all made dancing more fun and easier for those a little shy. Music videos, ever since early 80's have influenced dancing such as the ones seen on MTV, back when it was a channel for music. Mobile dance floors, seen in countries such as Argentina or Panama, are basically buses with no seats, only a large dance platform. DVD and Blu-Ray players allow for interactive dance lessons right in the comfort of ones home. Xbox Kinect is a good example of recent technology which can be used for learning how to dance. A good example is a game called Zumba. (MORE)
Technology has streamlined fashion design in the quick view possibilities of construction and material choice for garments. In addition, styles have changed allowing pockets for electronic devices in many more garments.
Well, it has influenced the chemistry in many ways. For example, computers can run chemical simulations, new equipment results in more accurate experiments, etc.
Here are a few examples of the influence of how the cost of materials or manufacturing methods influence the technology those materials and methods are used to create: Rare-earth metals. The rare earths market is important mainly for the production of high strength permanent magnets. These metals… are difficult and expensive to separate and work with, and the mining techniques used to obtain them are quite hazardous to the environment. High-precision machining. It takes very expensive dedicated machines to make high-precision machine components such as turbine engine parts. Here like with rare earths, the alloying of metals that make up turbine parts also incur additional cost - more because of the smelting, purification and tempering processes that go into producing the alloys, than the rarity or cost of the alloying elements in this case. Both of these examples involve energy expenditures. Quality has a cost. (MORE)
-how presentable the place is (how beautiful) -what types of landscapes that place has (those types of stuff....) In my opinion, the people would want to live in a beautiful place because, so then guest or visitors will be really impressed where they live. Also, even if they are poor, people will …still be immpressed on where you live! Hope it helps!! (by the way, i just randomly answered this, so if it didn't help you......I'M SORRY!! LOLZ! :) (MORE)
How did the technology in ancient Egypt pulley sail paper influence the quality of life for those who lived their how does that compare to the way technology today influences your quality of life?
Today, we don't have to get water from rivers, lakes, or oceans. I have more stuff to help us stay alive. Like shoes help us to have protection on our feet. Well, firstly it makes life easier with transportation, we get to places quicker. With air planes we can travel wherever, whenever, and quicker…. With the internet we can get information about a topic within a second. With cell phones we can call anybody at anytime. With clothes on nobody will see your body. With TV we can have entertainment. With games we can play something when we don't have anything to do or for fun. (MORE)
Technology can make communication much swifter and easier. Customers also like something very simple and easy to use.
picture frames are not influenced by technology! but the materials in creating picture frames were influenced also,
the influence of technology in drawing is that, you can look off of google just to find a picture of a name, flower, pet, electronic, etc. you can find a whole bunch of pictures. you can trace off of your screen or draw just by looking at it.
As the trend of marketing has changed, the sales has also beenaffected drastically. The advancement in technology like onlinemarketing, mobile marketing indeed increase the sales of a company.
Machines could be used to pollute the air andd water, andthey canalso cause oil in the water.
A couple examples are texting and wireless Internet access. Some younger people have never received a letter in the mail; much of their communication is through texting. Many people read a lot, but have rarely opened a paper book -- they access digital books through a wireless Internet connection. T…hose two technologies have significantly influenced modern cultural environments. (MORE)
The main legacies of the Romans are religion, the alphabet,language, the calendar, law, architecture and literature. Christianity developed from a religion among a small group of Jews(who lived in Judea, which was part of the Roman Empire) into amass religion in the Roman days. It spread around the… Roman Empire.It became state religion. Catholic Christianity and OrthodoxChristianity developed during the Late Roman Empire. They wereoriginally called Latin or Western Christianity and Greek orEastern Christianity respectively. The former was the main form ofChristianity in the western part of the Roman Empire and the latterwas the main form of Christianity in the eastern part of the RomanEmpire. Western European languages have adopted and adapted the Latinalphabet. The only letters in the English language which do notcome from the Latin alphabet are J, U and W. Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Romanian are languagesderived from Latin (Romance languages). Many Latin words or wordsof Latin origin have entered English via two routes. One was thatLatin was the language of the church in the Middle Ages. The otherwas the Norman conquest of England. French became the courtlanguage and many French words entered into the English language.These words are usually of Latin origin. Many international words in medicine, law and theology are Latin. The calendar we use is the Gregorian calendar. It is named afterthe minor modifications made by the calendar instituted by JuliusCaesar (Julian calendar) by Pope Gregory XII in 1582. Therefore, webasically use the Roman calendar. We also use translations of theRoman names for the months. The key principles of Roman civil law have provided the foundationor an inspiration for the law of many modern countries. These are:citizenship status and citizenship rights, equality under the law,nobody is above the law, the right to have a proper trial, theright to defend oneself and to be represented, the right to appeal,that the burden of proof rests on the accuser and not on theaccused, that it is the exact form of actions and not intentions orwords which is punishable, and that a law deemed unreasonable orunfair can be repealed. The Romans influenced European architecture, sculpture and paintinguntil the early 20th century. They influenced the art of theRenaissance (14th-15th century) Baroque (17th-18th century) andNeoclassicism (18th-20th century, and is still sometimes usedtoday). Palladian architecture was also based on Romanarchitecture. It was popular from the 17th century to the 20thcentury and was often used for public buildings. Latin literaturewas very influential in European literature until the mid-20thcentury. (MORE)