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ppt9 hyper3eras - Worlds Largest Cruise Ship Worlds Largest...

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1 World’s Largest Cruise Ship World’s Largest Cruise Ship • $1.5 billion • 5 times as large as the Titanic Hyperreal • substituting signs of the real for the real Hyperreal • “Central Park” Hyperreal • “Boardwalk” Hyperreal • “Promenade”
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2 Hyperreal • “H 2 0 Zone” Real H 2 0 Zone • Atlantic Ocean World’s Largest Cruise Ship • where the maps have overtaken the territories … The Meanings of Las Vegas Media Model 4: The Hyperreal, Part 3 September 28, 2010 Media Environments • a world understood and experienced through media… • where the mediated and material worlds exist side-by-side as a cultural reality. Media Environments < < < … like a “virtual reality”
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3 Media Environments • an expanding world emerging from the screens • real space • a “real virtuality” > > > Media Environments >>> Hyperrealities > > > Goes with text from the book • Introduction – Question 9: How Can Maps Overtake Territories? pp. 17-19. • Dino Felluga – “The Matrix: Paradigm of Postmodernism ….” pp. 129-133. Media as map • Jean Baudrillard • the media maps are overtaking the territories – representation becomes reality • mass reproductions • simulations Baudrillard’s map • a king wanted a map of the empire … Baudrillard’s map • a king wanted a map of the empire … • a better map
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4 Baudrillard’s map • a king wanted a map of the empire … • a better map • and a better map Territory Map Territory Map Territory Map Media is everyday life Media is everyday life
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5 • Disneyland and Las Vegas • Not fantasy lands … with “real world” outside. • Disneyland and Las Vegas • Not fantasy lands … with reality outside. • But microcosms of mediated reality: hyperreality!
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6 • Hyperreality: • where media maps have become territories that people inhabit in their everyday lives • where maps overtake, generate, become territories • signs of the real substituted for the real. • Hyperreality: • where media maps have become territories that people inhabit in their everyday lives • where maps overtake, generate, become territories • signs of the real substituted for the real. Baudrillard: How do we represent the world to ourselves? • How do we understand the world around us? – socially – culturally – personally – cosmically Baudrillard: 3 eras of representation big bang cyberspace clock/cosmos space age space-time clone robot human copy theme park global village skyscraper metropolis architecture screens /virtual subjective, print art electronic-digital print media Postmodern (Information) Modern (Industrial) Premodern (Agrarian) 3 waves of cultural evolution global trade, info global networks energy, goods metropolis trade, barter villages, towns Exchange Social system faster, quicker hours, clocks embraced, faster days, seasons resistant, slow Time Change ever more info and entertain. mass produced
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