Intro to Cinema notes April 11

Intro to Cinema notes April 11 - Intro to Cinema April 11...

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Intro to Cinema April 11 Basis for Different Modes -Cinema has two very different capabilities -It records the world before the camera -Capturing information about light, space, time, human behavior -It transforms the visible world The Recording Function -Photographic images reproduce real world 3D space cues -Info about size, distance, texture, motion -At this perceptual level, cinema can correspond with or experience of visual reality in the 'real world' -'perceptual correspondence' Visual perception of space -An innate, biological ability -Flow patterns for different movement of the observer: 1.) Optical expansion pattern of the eye receives when walking, driving, or flying toward the horizon 2.) When a pilot heads for a touchdown at the point 3.) When you look, at right angles to your movement, at the point shown (out the side windows of a car, for example) -flow patterns and texture density gradients used in a flight simulator to help train operators of high speed vehicles (e.g. airplanes -Cinema doesn't merely correspond with the perceptual cues about physical reality. -It can reconfigure these cues. (perceptual transformation)
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