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tv   Shift - Living in the Digital Age  Deutsche Welle  November 9, 2018 10:15pm-10:31pm CET

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a man's as promised can be reversed a system of. i know a lot gets made of this fim pressure but believe me i don't feel any pressure two and a half years ago with frankfurt i had the relegation playoff that was about survival that was real precious. existence and so therefore we're going to enjoy the game against dortmund. that's it you know more of the talk. of the day. i think is everything challenging first i became a muslim. so much different culture between here and there challenging for.
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me. to some business i think it was worth it for me to come to germany. got my license to work as a swimming instructor shannara two children nothing else just one of the toughest. what's your story take part charity on info migrants dot next. shift living in the digital age coming up. learning with you choose. relaxing on instagram. live projections on dogs us but first innovative technology b.t.w.
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satires up a fed nick is causing something of a commotion on t.v. and social media it's a russian language show produced on a platform created for three d. games. an alternative take on geopolitics donald trump let me put in and kim jong un the star three of various global leaders starring in the enemy did satires up of eight nick. also sets the three d. show apart is that it's created in the unity game development environment. the animated characters are played by real life actors filmed with motion capture. if we could. not would have.
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the program is produced for d w in the capital it's been broadcast since november twenty seventeen with a new episode appearing every week and all new production technique makes it all possible. to be eyebolts and do well of things as fast as we can and there is so really in. the time pressure is intense each episode script is developed over the course of the week then it's straight into the recording studio. not everyone wants to be filmed during their work for the satirical show some of the voice artists have russian clients too and they fear a backlash for being critical of the kremlin. but this group has both speaking and singing parts. meanwhile five three d. artists compose new backdrops and props for the latest video this time they need to
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add a bomb it might also be hats. objects are added or changed by drag and drop with the unity game development engine which has previously been used to program head games like super mario run angry birds and monument valley. it was the left in creative producer who came up with the idea of using the game platform as a three d. studio he prefers to remain anonymous. we create twelve minutes of. every week. without unity it would be impossible even for a big studio. the developers of zappa vagueness also draw inspiration from well known music videos and movies here vladimir putin wraps along the coast in similar style to despots. and the terminator seems to have had a russian grandmother. in. motion capture is used to film the movements this special suit has forty two markers to
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capture all the actors movements and gestures. two dozen cameras are used to create a full three d. picture. that makes it possible to reposition the resulting figures later. it's not unusual challenge for the actors. it's usually different from being on stage in the theater you put on the suit and i become one with the role for example the trumpets putting on a really rough voice. hey you. all. i think myself larger but my body more massive so basically this is the pure arts of acting. for. a dedicated expert oversees the facial gestures and uses his fingers to position the mouth and set the right expression at the end all the individual parts are put together by one scene i ran there about twenty five different cameras from
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different angles and. there are cuts in the best way to show the action and to show details to show that hall. the speedy rendering process is a huge advantage success in both t.v. and social media suggests a promising future for the satire with millions of facebook and you tube views. the show is broadcast. on a range of channels around the world. she says t.v. of the future. and network digital innovators committed to special projects today an i.t. consultant. to make the world a little better in the digital technology. his pet project is a program to identify money attrition was first utilized in india.
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if you go to a slum in mumbai you might see a six person family sleeping eating and living in a tiny space with no sanitation and just three toilets for eight thousand people. that's when you know something has to be done an estimated eight hundred fifteen million people around the world don't have enough to eat malnutrition can rapidly become life threatening for children in particular but diagnosis normally requires lengthy on the ground monitoring by medical staff. no makes a diagnosis possible with no specialist knowledge required if you use a smartphone sensors to create a tree the model of the patient it then evaluates key parameters and compares the readings with standard values. as attracted interest worldwide including at the republican digital convention. it's amazing and very rewarding experience actually . we need to bring. sustainable
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development together to. develop solutions his contribution to the child's growth monitor up. next remote learning overcrowded classrooms and lecture halls are a common problem students are learning from home video the concept is called for. classroom. in the. lectures on you tube watching barney is a professor at colognes technical university his area of expertise materials technology and synthetics he likes to use the summer break to carry on teaching. and it's just listening or sharing knowledge is something we can do elsewhere. so the time we actually have together here at the university can be used for interaction. the concept means that students can decide for themselves when and at
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what pace they learn from the farm the first it's useful to be able to pause the video exactly at the moment you don't understand something fully so you can. give it some thought it's. the videos or at most fifteen minutes long research shows the brain can't process new information for longer than that best of all your students have been passing their exams since the lectures were put on life. growing number of teachers are trying out the new format twelve year old sophia is watching a math video at home and bavaria she doesn't have much time to learn the new material. yes. it's great because you can always really watch the video if you don't understand something. new material from the video is then discussed in the classroom with
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practice helping the students to internalize the information. in the students can watch the video when and where they want as often as they want so that also means i can start at a more advanced point in the lesson because the students are prepared. to go i. suppose and. mitch produces the videos from home with a lot of practice he's able to make a two minute video in a half hour he says the field lessons have improved the students' math skills. and . more school teachers are now using these instructional videos especially for math and physics. knowledge at your fingertips online also helps to level the playing field among students and. some students work or have families or doing night school. now they can take all the time they
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need. they can fit this in with their domestic lives. concept in a. few. when you often visit once upon this. shit says a well schooled idea. that short and sweet the shape snap shot. looking for little relaxation amid the daily grind the three d. animations over and play a spanish that might provide relief everything hair runs smoothly. and everyone's course. forms flow perfectly from one into the next if only it were always like this produces a satisfying experience the animations created with cinema forty software. listed. in swedish motion designer has almost five hundred thousand former was on instagram
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. and now it's time to relax. that was the snapshot. and as always on shift we've through the exit without incident find of the week. today. what came first the dog. and so all the projection. for the breathtaking performance was created by japanese filmmaker a yacht so i'm told and involves a complicated interaction between algorithms and the dancers movements. the visual effects are projected live on to his body and the wall if. the biggest hurdle is the red the time though this time the delay is minimal interest in the film however has been off the scale with almost one hundred
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thousand views on video. and next week. about a tummy up from south africa empire was women and girls living in townships in cape town by teaching them how to code and coaching them for jobs in tech girlfight in south africa next week on shift. such. a dangerous legacy lurks in these feelings old munitions from the first and second world wars. every day in northwestern belgium farmers find grenades many of which are still potentially explosive. and every day a special unit goes out to collect and diffuse these gently with.
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next to. a small country with a great many things to be proud. of. a small country with so many things the world loves. a small country marking one hundred years as a republic. austria celebrating its centenary year robotics in sixty minutes on the w's. from africa to the world join us on facebook at.
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time for an upgrade. grows all by. house with. design highlights you can make yourself. tips and tricks that will turn your home special. a great yourself with t w interior design channel on you tube. oh and a very warm welcome indeed to focus on europe with me peter craven and across europe people have been commemorating the end of the first world war one hundred years ago on november the eleventh one thousand nine hundred eighty known by some as the
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