Eine Lektion darüber, wie digitale Technologie unsere Fantasie beflügelt und uns die Schaffung neuer Realitäten ermöglicht hat, gleichzeitig jedoch eine gewisse Vertrautheit mit den Mechanismen hinter digitalen Inhalten erfordert, wenn wir die angewandte Technologie verstehen und Ursprung und Art der wiederverwendeten Quellen bewerten wollen.
This lesson is inspired by the concept of transformation. It deals with how technology has changed the way we communicate and transfer knowledge and how the ‘digital’ has created new encounters that seem real, but sometimes are able to deceive and seduce our senses.
The objective of this lesson is to reflect on the concept of ‘transformation’. Whether in the world of art or of technology, imagining a ‘transformation’ lies at the very heart of a creative process that can lead to a new invention. The introduction of digital technology offers us the possibility of transforming any entity into a malleable, transportable, and easy to decipher series of zero’s and one’s. But the appeal of such afforances should be considered carefully. Especially in a scholarly environment such as academic history, where source criticism is a basic requirement for building sound arguments, we need to know how credible and truthful sources are that are published online.
clip Galileo Galilei,
clip Leonardo Da Vinci, clip Montgolfier brothers clip Claude Shannon
Table with comparisons
article about history of applying principle
Complete table with overview
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