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    History of record History of record Presentation Transcript

    • History Of Record!
      By Absiola Alausa
    • What is it MEANT by Record?
      Capturing data or converting information to a format on a storage is a procedure of Record.
      Information From.
      http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&defl=en&q=define:record&sa=X&ei=oqvOTInUHc2TjAf24ojXBw&sqi=2&ved=0CBUQkAE
      Definition of Record- Record or The Record may mean: An item or collection of data: * Data storage device that contains data (more specifically audio data) ** Gramophone record (also called "phonograph record"), mechanical storage medium ** Album - "Records" often used as general slang for albums * Record (computer ... - providing permanent evidence of or information about past events.
    • Earliest Form of Recording
      Cave painting, Early Drawings and Earliest Alphabets are all part of the earliest form of recording.
      For Example: Cave Paintings- Scientist have said ‘Cave drawings discovered in caves in south-west France are some of the oldest ever found.’
      Information From.
      http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn977-ancient-cave-etchings-reveal-unusual-figures.html
    • Types of Record
      There are four forms of Recording Today, they are: Print, Web-based, Audio, and Film.
      Print
      Film
      Web-Cased
      Audio
      The next slides are base on how the four forms has developed over time.
    • Print
      Sumer, Egypt, India, China, and Mesoamerica are the first 5 civilizations country to have the early form of print such as Cave Painting and Paintings.
      Writing started as a political expansion in ancient Cultures for transmitting information or maintaining financial account. It is known that writing became a steady method of recording around the 4th millennium BC. Both Mesoamerica and Ancient Egypt have progressed through calendric and a political need for recording historical and environmental events.
      List of Earliest form of Print:
      • Pictograms
      • Cuneiform
      • Cave Painting
      • Pictographic
      • Ideogram
      • Etc….
      Cuneiform
      Information From.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Writing
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_writing
    • Development of Print
      Books (Entertainment)
      Print Record as developed over the time from Cave Paintings, Cuneiform to Text Books, Magazines Notepad and so on.
      Writing started as a form of recording financial account and the history development but in the present day writing can be a form of entertainment such as Books (Friction, Comedy, Horror…), also it could be a form of informing people of what goes around in the world such as Newspaper.
      Newspaper (News)
      Information From.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_writing#Modern_writing
    • Web-Based
      Web –Internet is the most straight forward type of Record. Web is used to record personal information or to save work and share it with others.
      There is no background to the earliest form of Web-Based. But Web-Based Started a few years after Internet was Introduced.
      But Nevertheless this are the list of some the Web-Based there are.
      • Blog Spot
      • Facebook
      • Twitter
      • Bebo
      • My Space
      • Hi Five
      Etc…
    • Audio
      Phonautograph
      The earliest form of sound recording is Phonautograph (in the1857) and Gramophone ( in the 1887).
      Phonautograph is the first device that was perfected by Thomas Edison in the 1878 to record random sound.
      Some of the others earliest form of recording:
      • Acoustical Recording
      • Electrical recording
      • Magnetic recording
      • Magnetic tape
      • Multitrack recording
      Gramophone
      Information From.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_sound_recording
    • Development of Audio
      Audio Record has developed over time from being a gramophone to:
      • Cassette Recorders
      • Minidisc Recorders
      • Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Recorders
      • Tape Recorder
      • Solid-state Recorders
      • Hard-disk Recorders
      • Laptop audio interfaces
      • PDAs
      • Microphones
    • Film
      The earliest form of Film are:
      • Thaumatrope
      • Fantascope
      • Kinematoscope
      • Phasmotrope
      • Kinetoscope
      Etc…
      Information From
      http://www.filmsite.org/pre20sintro.html
    • Development of Film
      Film is known to one of the biggest of record. Film is used to Capture Entertainment, Documentary, News Etc…
      Film development as grown over the year rapidly, technology as taken over from being a Kinetoscope
      To Camera.
      Cameras is now the main technology/equipment to for film recording.
      Information From
      http://www.filmsite.org/pre20sintro.html