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The beginning of Exam two info

by: Alexandra Wendling

The beginning of Exam two info CGS 2060

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Date Created: 10/11/16
Chapter 7 Notes *we just reviewed excel project, you will have same amount of time as usual to get this project done* THESE NOTES ARE SECOND EXAM MATERIAL Discovering Computers: Input and Output (again) Pointer: a small symbol on the screen whose locations and shape change as a user moves a pointing device. Example: mouse Touchpad: a small, flat, rectangular pointing device that is sensitive to pressure and motion Trackball: a stationary pointing device with a ball you can spin Touchscreen: touch sensitive display device Stylus is like a pen, you the stylus on a flat surface to write, draw or make selections. Graphics tablet: aka a digitizer, a surface that can detect movements and convert them into a style and signals sent to the computer. These type of tools do a better job with interfering with the art done by the artist (unlike a mouse) 1. With motion input, sometimes called gesture recognition, users can guide on- screen elements using air gestures. Example: xbox live, wii 2. Planet of the Apes movie is a prime example. They used sensors to capture motion and make human actors portray the apes. Voice recognition: examples like Siri or Cortana. The computer or mobile device’s capability of distinguishing spoken words 1. Voice input is the process of entering input by speaking into a microphone. 2. Also called speech recognition 3. Amazon has Alexa 4. Audio input is the process of entering any sound into the computer such as speech, music, and sound effects 5. Music production software allows users to record, compose, mix, and edit music and sounds. “Video input is the process of capturing full motion images and storing them to a computer or mobile device storage medium” 1. Video is an illusion 2. Record video on a digital camera then transfer video to a computer or mobile device. 3. Examples, camera phones webcams 4. A webcam is a type of DV camera that enables a user to 5. A video conference is a meeting between two or more geographically separated people. This happens with business meeting of people that can’t meet in one spot.


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