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  • Holding Budget Meetings In The Conference Room
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    A Greenville councilwoman wants to hold budget sessions away from the unblinking eye of television cameras that carry board proceedings on a local cable station. Rose Glover suggested during the March 14 council meeting that the board hold at least one budget workshop in the first-floor conference room of City Hall. The council normally meets in its chambers on the third floor, where four television cameras feed the proceedings to viewers on cable GTV 9, the city's government-access channel. 'I ...
  • Use Of Surveillance Cameras
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    Video surveillance is the use of cameras to watch, spy, or just to check up on someone that you think might be doing something wrong. Video surveillance is a ethical way of watching people under the circumstances that it is being used the right way, and it's for a purpose of catching someone doing something wrong either at a workplace or at home. The two types of video surveillance used is overt surveillance, which is the use of cameras which are in plain sight, and covert surveillance, which is...
  • Vertov For The Doctrine Of Kino Eye
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    what did vertov mean by his doctrine of kino-eye? "Of all the great innovators of the Soviet cinema, none speaks so directly to the issues of our time as Dziga Vertov" The basic principle of kino-eye is that it involves not only a disappearance of the border between the camera and the eye but a dissolution in the stages separating the process of film production as well. In this essay I will elaborate on Vertov's conception of kino-eye. I shall also study kino-eye in practice, as applied by Verto...
  • Indiscriminate Use Of The Camera Obscura
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    Research Paper on the Camera Obscura, What is a Camera Obscura also known as a pinhole camera? Camera Obscura, May 28, 1997. Camera Obscura (Latin for a dark room) is a dark box or room with a hole in one end. If the hole is small enough, an inverted image can be seen on the opposite wall. This phenomenon was known by thinkers as early as Aristotle (ca. 300 BC) 1. Many sources state that Roger Bacon invented Camera Obscura just before the year 1300. More accurately, Bacon popularized Camera Obsc...
  • Halide In The Crystal
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    Michael Shor rock The chemistry of Photography Summary: Joseph-Nicephore Niepce took he word's first photographs in 1824. Many people don? t know that he was the person who invented photography; they think that a Frenchman named Daguerre was the inventor but he got the idea from Niepce. Jacqueline Belloni, a chemist at the University of Paris-South at Orsay, is doing research on? holes? in halide ions. The problem with? holes? is that they gobble up light-generated electrons. Belloni reasoned th...

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