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Department
TransMedia
Course
TRM 151
Professor
Susannah Sayler
Semester
Fall

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Transmedia 151 Susannah Sayler November 12, 2013 Prof. Heath Hanlin Computers: • World War II - Used to be people. Who computed. - Became giant conglomerates of people deciphering complex codes - Enigma Machine, German code maker - unbreakable? -Allen Turing, british - Turin Test, ability to converse with technology - Data Management--> Ted Nelson’s DM - Fake it, theAllies fake military movements to prevent German’s learning the code was broken • The Collosus, the first man made computer - Or...the Difference Engine? - Actuary charts, for the purpose of insurance - Mass Production did not exist in the early 1900s - early computers needed thousands of identical parts... - The idea of the computer predates ability to produce • Art Forum - Chuck Csuri, Hanlin’s mentor EarlyAnimation • - Points
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