Photographic Memory Test

 
May
9

Thomas Kratz, Wie ich dem toten Hasen die Bilder erklaere, 2006

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Thomas Kratz, Wie ich dem toten Hasen die Bilder erklaere, Vera Cort^es, Lisbon, 2006 – Looking back at performances of the 1960s they seem to have been made in order to end in a black and white picture. One of these photographs has entered the collective memory of the art world like hardly any other: Joseph Beuys, his face covered with honey, gold dust and gold leafs, carrying a dead hare in his harms. On November 26 1965, Beuys walked trough the Düsseldorf Gallery Schmela with a hare on his arm from art object to art object, whispering in its ears. The performance was entitled „How to explain pictures to a dead hare”. With „How I explain pictures to a dead hare” Thomas Kratz will re-enact this key performance of the 1960s. He transforms the photographic traces and eye-witnesses’ description into a bodily-spatial ritual, which yet meets now a changed local and temporal context. He thereby examines Beuys’ test arrangement for its present-day effects, which it may have on himself as well on the audience. The Beuys-Performance, which has influenced the art world’s imaginary so much, is used as a camouflage. By producing a familiar impression at first sight, Kratz infiltrates a new refined lyrical metapherology between tragic and humour, addressing the big anthropological questions about life, death and reincarnation. Kratz positions himself and the public in a conflicting area generated by the pictures from memory and the actual happening in the presence. In his choice of
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May
8

Brain Games for Seniors and Adults

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Visit GetBrainGames.com – Brain Memory Games for Seniors and Adults
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May
7

Triple Your Mind Power like Albert Einstein's

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mindtomind.onproreviews.com Just imagine the amazing things you will be able to accomplish when you finally awaken and unleash the full power of your sub-conscious mind just by using our simple system for only 10 minutes every day…

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May
6

9mm SLOW MOTION VIDEO 3

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FRUIT SHOT -A high speed camera is a device used for recording fast moving objects as a photographic image(s) onto a storage media. After recording, the images stored on the media can be played back in slow-motion. Early high speed cameras used film to record the high speed events but today, high speed cameras are entirely electronic using either a charge-coupled device (CCD) or a CMOS image sensor, recording typically over 1000 frames per second into DRAM and playing slowly images back to study the motion for scientific study of transient phenomena. A high speed camera can be classified as (1) a high speed film camera that records to film, (2) a high speed framing camera that records a short burst of images to film/digital still camera, a high speed streak camera that records to film/digital memory or (3) a high speed video camera recording to digital memory. A normal motion picture is filmed and played back at 24 frames per second, while television uses 25 frames/s (PAL) or 29.97 frames/s (NTSC). High speed cameras can film up to a quarter of a million frames per second by running the film over a rotating prism or mirror instead of using a shutter, thus reducing the need for stopping and starting the film behind a shutter which would tear the film stock at such speeds. Using this technique one can stretch one second to more than ten minutes of playback time (super slow motion). The fastest cameras are generally in use in scientific research, military test and evaluation
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May
6

9mm SLOW MOTION VIDEO 2

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GLASS OF MILK -A high speed camera is a device used for recording fast moving objects as a photographic image(s) onto a storage media. After recording, the images stored on the media can be played back in slow-motion. Early high speed cameras used film to record the high speed events but today, high speed cameras are entirely electronic using either a charge-coupled device (CCD) or a CMOS image sensor, recording typically over 1000 frames per second into DRAM and playing slowly images back to study the motion for scientific study of transient phenomena. A high speed camera can be classified as (1) a high speed film camera that records to film, (2) a high speed framing camera that records a short burst of images to film/digital still camera, a high speed streak camera that records to film/digital memory or (3) a high speed video camera recording to digital memory. A normal motion picture is filmed and played back at 24 frames per second, while television uses 25 frames/s (PAL) or 29.97 frames/s (NTSC). High speed cameras can film up to a quarter of a million frames per second by running the film over a rotating prism or mirror instead of using a shutter, thus reducing the need for stopping and starting the film behind a shutter which would tear the film stock at such speeds. Using this technique one can stretch one second to more than ten minutes of playback time (super slow motion). The fastest cameras are generally in use in scientific research, military test and

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May
5

9mm SLOW MOTION VIDEO 1

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MELLON SHOT -A high speed camera is a device used for recording fast moving objects as a photographic image(s) onto a storage media. After recording, the images stored on the media can be played back in slow-motion. Early high speed cameras used film to record the high speed events but today, high speed cameras are entirely electronic using either a charge-coupled device (CCD) or a CMOS image sensor, recording typically over 1000 frames per second into DRAM and playing slowly images back to study the motion for scientific study of transient phenomena. A high speed camera can be classified as (1) a high speed film camera that records to film, (2) a high speed framing camera that records a short burst of images to film/digital still camera, a high speed streak camera that records to film/digital memory or (3) a high speed video camera recording to digital memory. A normal motion picture is filmed and played back at 24 frames per second, while television uses 25 frames/s (PAL) or 29.97 frames/s (NTSC). High speed cameras can film up to a quarter of a million frames per second by running the film over a rotating prism or mirror instead of using a shutter, thus reducing the need for stopping and starting the film behind a shutter which would tear the film stock at such speeds. Using this technique one can stretch one second to more than ten minutes of playback time (super slow motion). The fastest cameras are generally in use in scientific research, military test and
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May
5

Subliminal Affirmations: Academic Success

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(4:00 min.) This affirmation video contains subliminal suggestions designed to help you become more motivated to study, complete assignments, and focus while studying. For best results, view the video while reading each affirmation to yourself. For lasting results, watch to this recording at least once per day for at least three weeks at a time when you can relax fully. Do not listen to this recording while performing any activity that requires your complete concentration or if you have a seizure disorder. Enjoy! This recording was a response to a request. If you have a request, feel free to contact me with a list of affirmations (please stick to one topic be it love, confidence, self-esteem) or tellme a little about your hopes and desires. Feel free to suggest a color, share favorite kind of scenery, and let me know if you prefer music or nature sounds. You’ll remain completely anonymous. Oh, and please let me know if you’d like a subliminal video or a guided hypnosis video (where you can hear my words). Your success means the world to me. Wishing you the best of success, Sheilah

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May
4

Beautiful mind

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this is cool, just watch it to believe it!

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May
3

Canon VIXIA HF100 High Definition Camcorder

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Go to tiger.tv for more information. From Canon’s long history of optical excellence, advanced image processing, superb performance and technological innovation in photographic and broadcast television cameras comes the latest in high definition camcorders. Now, with the light, compact Canon VIXIA HF100, you can have stunning AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Definition) format recording with the ease and numerous benefits of Flash Memory. It’s used in some of the world’s most innovative electronic products such as laptop computers, MP3 players, PDAs and cell phones. Add to that the VIXIA HF100’s Canon Exclusive features such as our own 3.3 Megapixel Full HD CMOS sensor and advanced DIGIC DV II Image Processor, SuperRange Optical Image Stabilization, Instant Auto Focus, our 2.7″ Widescreen Multi-Angle Vivid LCD and the Genuine Canon 12x HD video zoom lens and you have a Flash Memory camcorder that’s hard to beat and unmistakably Canon.
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Apr
25

Kim Peek, The Real Rain Man

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Our “Rain Man” has died from a heart attack. † RIP Kim Peek (11 November 1951 – 19 December 2009) † Song: Snatam Kaur – Ong Namo Kim Peek was born in 1951 and has a condition called Savant Syndrome. His condition causes him to have an extraordinary photographic memory, lack of social skills, and developmental disabilities. He can read a page of a book in less than 10 seconds (about a book an hour) with his left eye reading the left page and his right eye reading the right page at the same time. Everything he reads he memorizes. He is literally a wealth of knowledge memorizing practically everything he comes across. As his Kims father, Fran Peek descries in the video above Kim did a test where he had to read 8 pages of a book, he did it in 53 seconds. 2 hours later he had 98.7% recall of what he read, including the page numbers. His dad took the same test and it took him 23 minutes with a 45% recall which was normal. Pictures: Google & Yahoo Informations: Wikipedia & www.mymultiplesclerosis.co.uk
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