Toronto teen uses app to give visually-impaired a new look at the world | Toronto Star

Mass Media technology creates opportunities and can fill social needs  when appropriate problem solving is applied to daily living conditions to the whole  range of society. Anmol Tukrel, a 17-year-old grade 12 student at Holy Trinity School in Richmond Hill, has created an app that helps visually impaired people identify objects and text. Tukrel’s free …

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Volkswagen Devil Logo – What Stays in the Dog Park

  An ironic logo combines with a pet owner's  bumper sticker ( I spotted this while on a family outing ) to make a social commentary about the Volkswagen Emission Standards Software Scandal.  As that little devil says, "what happens in the dog park, stays in the dog park".  Unfortunately, the company's dog-poo has come  …

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Elemental: Power of Communication & Media History

  This video effectively uses  sound and images to covey the power of communication and how it drives the development of Media both as art and technology. It suggests the elemental power and need to communicate through the metaphor of Classical Four Elements, Earth, Fire, Water and Air.. The use of cuts and animation work …

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New Media ……. New School Year !

As the the new school year approaches items on new media and media technology in the classrooms start to increase. Of course for some parents, teachers and the news media outlets  the term new media can be a potential anxiety inducing bogey-man. Reminds of when I was in grade eight and everyone was getting cranked …

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