Final Exam study guide - all done.
QUIZ ON TUESDAY: Quiz Three Thursday, April 22nd.
StudioIT 1 APRIL schedule: April 1, April 8 and April 15
Schedule: Quizzes 2, 3 and 4 - Flash audio and animation assignment - only 26 out of 27 students done????
26 are done and submitted so far.
Quiz 1 STUDY GUIDE - Q1 is ready. QUIZ TWO - Tuesday, March 30th. (Q2 - Will use the QUIZ ONE study guide again, with additions).
Its a new day! :-)
Review of Thursday Feb 18th class: Four Actionscript statements needed for Flash sound assignment.
VIP: How to make the required animations (Twirling Text, animated JPG or GIF, etc.) to go with the sounds for your Flash project (19 minute 40 second video tutorial).
Snowfall (3 types) and light rain and heavy rainfall: Snow, rain, Afer Effects and Flash, including ActionScript 3.0 for the invisible button.
Flash CS4 will be skill developed from Assignment #1 - tossing ten sided dice.
1. Adobe Flash and rolling a pair of dice next week. 2. Binary. Base two binary. Octets w.x.y.z and IP numbers. 3. EFERA = E F E R A and networking two computers 5 issues. 4. Computer history - 4 generations, Atanasoff, Berry, Mauchly, Eckert, Zuse, King Kong, WWII. 5. Outline of topics and themes. No prerequisite background. 6. Outline of estimated time for each area and details on areas.
Rolling Dice - Flash graphics, frames, keyframes. First example application for use during week #2 in StudioIT 1 ITT 134 lab on Thursday. Creating a six sided die for a pair of dice in Flash.
How thick would a sheet of paper be if you could fold it in half 50
How many sheets THICK? See the solution details and sunny.uni.edu bc calculator in action.
Moore's Law - Doubling number of transistors is like doubling sheets of paper. Its an EXPONENTIAL rate of growth.
1 sheet thick to start with 2 sheets thick after one fold or first doubling 4 sheets thick 8 sheets thick 16 sheets thick 32 64 128 sheets thick 256 512 1024 sheets thick after 10 folds, or after doubling number of sheets 10 times you would have about two 500 page thick reams of paper, i.e. a little more than 1000 sheets of paper. 1,125,899,906,842,624 sheets of paper after doubling the number of sheets 50 times. 92,580,000 miles from the earth to the sun 71,079,540 miles for the stack of paper's height, or about 71 MILLION MILES! ----------------
More about Moore's Law and the "Honey I Shrunk the Transistors" drama. Wow, I shrunk the transistors so much we can now have the entire CPU of the computer on a single chip, on a single Integrated Circuit. That is truly a very small CPU, a very micro sized processor. A new generation is declared and named the Microprocessor generation. DOUBLING sheets of paper. DOUBLING transistors one one chip by reducing the size of each transistor and the distance needed to connect them. EXPONENTIAL GROWTH.
StudioIT 1 ITT 134 from 9:30-10:45 a.m. Thursday Jan 21 10 out of 30 classes for 810:023 01 Tuesday, Jan 26 Thursday Feb 4 Thursday Feb 11 StudioIT 1 ITT 134 is on 2nd floor Thursday Feb 18 of ITTC building. Thursday Mar 4 Thursday Mar 11 Thursday April 1 Thursday April 8 Thursday April 15