Extra Credit_Junki Chae

I attended Michael Century lecture on last day of desma9 class and it was very interesting and great closing lecture.The technology rebellion is speeding up and is more troublesome to the economy than the last. Data are now converging, low cost bandwidth is more and more reachable and information knowledge is at this time accessible to everyone.Inter-individual and inter-organisational connectivity and knowledge switch over has augmented spectacularly, enabled by the extensive adoption of manufacturing models and the speedy go down in the price of organization incorporation. System of governments are realising the influence of the end-to-end relationship from desktop to data centre and are making ways to be more bendable and price efficient. For example, tools now have multiple positions and consumers have multiple devices, making difficulty and under-utilization.  The advent of compute in the network simplifies administration, reduces operational price and permits customers to contribute to facilities and advantage from an enhanced deal. Over past few decades, of computing power and tiny – process quicker, accumulate better, create it with fewer prices, and make it slighter. We are living in a new era 21’s century- the age of the digital systemic financial system, in place harness the capability to calculate and the capability to make relation creates chances and many good and new methods of functioning that have long been talked about, but up till now, were not possible. Let’s think about the growth of web services and the new industry divisions that have been made on the power of this technology appearance.  Data aggregation deals like ebookers have acutely challenged the white high-quality and travel marketplaces so the digital networked economy is a position which is connectivity has no limitation.


Michael Century also mention about Bauhaus Exhibition with some picture which was very interesting, so I research about Bauhaus. The “The building of the future” was to unite all the arts in model agreement. This required a innovative category of artist further than educational specialization, for whom the Bauhaus would offer sufficient knowledge. In order to reach this objective, the creator, Walter Gropius, saw the need to develop new teaching methods and was persuaded that the bottom for any art was to be established in handcraft. Indeed, artists heading for groups and manufacture collectively at the Bauhaus in Weimar. This was planned to take away any distinction between fine arts and applied arts. The reality of technical civilisation, however, led to requirements that could not only be fulfilled by a revalorisation of handcraft. In 1923, the Bauhaus reacted with a changed program, which was to mark its future picture under the slogan: “art and technology - a new unity”. Industrial possible were to be applied to acceptable design standards, concerning both functional and visual sides.


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