Interactive media


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Topic: Interactive MEdia
Research by: KM CLAUDIO

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Interactive media

  1. 1. INTERACTIVE MEDIA Presented by: Kristinne Marie Claudio
  2. 2. Interactive Media  normally refers to products and services on digital computer-based systems which respond to the user’s actions by presenting content such as text, graphics, animation, video, audio, games, etc
  3. 3.  Interactive media is related to the concepts interaction design, new media, interactivity, human computer interaction, cyber culture, digital culture, and includes specific cases such as, for example, interactive television, interactive narrative, interactive advertising, algorithmic art, videogames, social media, ambient intelligence, virtual reality and augmented reality.
  5. 5. The Internet  The internet actually began in the early 1960’s as a twinkle in the eye of the U.S. Department of Defense,Which Saw it as a means of SupercomputerCommunication for researches and military facilities across the country.
  6. 6. Commercial Online Services  During the 1980’s, a number of commercial online services like Prodigy and AOL began their operations by capitalizing on the phenomenon of local Electronic Bulletin board services (BBSs) that computer wonks used in increasing numbers.
  7. 7. The World Wide Web  TheWorld WideWeb (WWW) is composed of an enormous amount of information found mostly in the form of Home Pages.  Early Sites on theWeb typically consisted of a home page that resembled a poorly designed brochure cover, with perhaps some limited information on subsequent Web PAGES about the company and it’s products.
  8. 8. HOME PAGE  A home page or index page has various related meaning:  When the user first opens their web browser, it automatically brings you to this page, which is also sometimes called the start page.  It most often refers to the initial or main web page of a web site, sometimes called the "front page" (by analogy with newspapers).  The web page or local file that automatically loads when a web browser starts or when the browser's "home" button is pressed; this is also called a "home page".The user can specify the URL of the page to be loaded, or alternatively choose e.g. to re-load the most recent web page browsed.
  9. 9.  A personal web page, for example at a web hosting service or a university web site, that typically is stored in the home directory of the user.  In the 1990s the term was also used to refer to a whole web site, particularly a personal web site (perhaps because simple web sites often consisted of just one web page).
  10. 10.  TheWorld WideWeb where people come to “browse” or “Surf the Net”, is the best known feature of cyberspace. Although the name is often used interchangeably with the internet, The world wide web is actually just one facet of the medium: the graphical and multimedia interface used to view websites.
  11. 11. Internet Search Engines  is designed to search for information on theWorld WideWeb.The search results are generally presented in a line of results often referred to as search engine results pages (SERPs).The information may be a specialist in web pages, images, information and other types of files.
  12. 12.  The Development of the search engine greatly facilitated the explosion of the internet because it provided a centralized source of information that made the medium accessible to the mainstream user  Without the Search Engines theWorld Wide Web would not have captured such a significant consumer audience and the internet may have developed for use to only by technology –based businesses.
  13. 13. The Internet Audience  50 percent said they were watching lessTV; a small but significant minority of users said they decreased their print media consumption  22 percent reading magazines less frequently  21 percent reading newspapers less frequently
  14. 14. How People Access the net  There wereTWO types of communication systems  BASEBAND – is a type of digital data transmission in which wires each carry only one signal or channel at a time.This includes communications from the computer to devices, communications via modems and even the majority of computer networks  BROADBAND – transmission enables a single wire to carry multiple signals simultaneously. CableTV, uses broadband and it can make things possible over download large graphic files, watch video clips, play online games and surf net
  15. 15. Connections/Methods  For home and Small Business use, you haveTWO choices  Cable Modem – Offers high Speed data transfer direct to the computer. No phone lines are involved so the consumer doesn’t have to do any dialing  DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) – it transforms a traditional Phone line into a high speed digital link to provide homes and business with always on , broadband internet access.
  16. 16.  DirecPC – is a satellite based and offers very fast downloading faster even than cable. It was very expensive and still requires a dial up modem and separate phone line for sending material. It suites for Companies that regularly need to download extensive files from other locations  WebTV – Cable-modem except the receiving and viewing device used is the familyTV instead of a computer.