Understanding video: applications, impact, and theory
Understanding Video examines the aesthetic, perceptual and practical uses of new video technologies. Bringing together social and theoretical perspectives, Hanson shows us ways of understanding both the content and form of this important medium. She considers video as a form of visual communication and discusses the impact of video technology in the arts, in industry and in the home. She also develops a theory of video communication.
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The Characteristics of Video
Perceiving the Image
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