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History of record
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  • 1. History Of Record!<br />By Absiola Alausa <br />
  • 2. What is it MEANT by Record?<br />Capturing data or converting information to a format on a storage is a procedure of Record. <br />Information From.<br />;defl=en&amp;q=define:record&amp;sa=X&amp;ei=oqvOTInUHc2TjAf24ojXBw&amp;sqi=2&amp;ved=0CBUQkAE<br />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 &quot;phonograph record&quot;), mechanical storage medium ** Album - &quot;Records&quot; often used as general slang for albums * Record (computer ... - providing permanent evidence of or information about past events.<br />
  • 3. Earliest Form of Recording<br />Cave painting, Early Drawings and Earliest Alphabets are all part of the earliest form of recording. <br />For Example: Cave Paintings- Scientist have said ‘Cave drawings discovered in caves in south-west France are some of the oldest ever found.’<br />Information From.<br /><br />
  • 4. Types of Record<br />There are four forms of Recording Today, they are: Print, Web-based, Audio, and Film.<br />Print<br />Film<br />Web-Cased<br />Audio<br />The next slides are base on how the four forms has developed over time.<br />
  • 5. Print<br />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.<br />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. <br />List of Earliest form of Print:<br /><ul><li>Pictograms
  • 6. Cuneiform
  • 7. Cave Painting
  • 8. Pictographic
  • 9. Ideogram
  • 10. Etc….</li></ul>Cuneiform<br />Information From.<br /><br /><br />
  • 11. Development of Print<br />Books (Entertainment)<br />Print Record as developed over the time from Cave Paintings, Cuneiform to Text Books, Magazines Notepad and so on.<br />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. <br />Newspaper (News)<br />Information From.<br /><br />
  • 12. Web-Based<br />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.<br /> There is no background to the earliest form of Web-Based. But Web-Based Started a few years after Internet was Introduced.<br />But Nevertheless this are the list of some the Web-Based there are.<br /><ul><li>Blog Spot
  • 13. Facebook
  • 14. Twitter
  • 15. Bebo
  • 16. My Space
  • 17. Hi Five</li></ul>Etc…<br />
  • 18. Audio<br />Phonautograph<br />The earliest form of sound recording is Phonautograph (in the1857) and Gramophone ( in the 1887).<br />Phonautograph is the first device that was perfected by Thomas Edison in the 1878 to record random sound.<br />Some of the others earliest form of recording: <br /><ul><li>Acoustical Recording
  • 19. Electrical recording
  • 20. Magnetic recording
  • 21. Magnetic tape
  • 22. Multitrack recording</li></ul>Gramophone<br />Information From.<br /><br />
  • 23. Development of Audio<br />Audio Record has developed over time from being a gramophone to:<br /><ul><li>Cassette Recorders
  • 24. Minidisc Recorders
  • 25. Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Recorders
  • 26. Tape Recorder
  • 27. Solid-state Recorders
  • 28. Hard-disk Recorders
  • 29. Laptop audio interfaces
  • 30. PDAs
  • 31. Microphones</li></li></ul><li>Film<br />The earliest form of Film are: <br /><ul><li>Thaumatrope
  • 32. Fantascope
  • 33. Kinematoscope
  • 34. Phasmotrope
  • 35. Kinetoscope </li></ul>Etc…<br />Information From<br /><br />
  • 36. Development of Film<br />Film is known to one of the biggest of record. Film is used to Capture Entertainment, Documentary, News Etc…<br />Film development as grown over the year rapidly, technology as taken over from being a Kinetoscope <br />To Camera.<br />Cameras is now the main technology/equipment to for film recording. <br />Information From<br /><br />