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In this installment: you will be able to power your home with the energy you create yourself; you will never need a password again; mind reading is no longer science fiction; the digital divide will cease to exist; and junk mail will become priority mail.
The term ‘realia’ is the plural of ‘Real’ and means "real issues". This generally refers to things in real life and / or objects of a particular culture .
Realia is an unique digital / cinematic / photographic experiment. Never in the history of mankind have so many images been produced and shared as today. The photo website Flickr for example, has received 3000 pictures per minute, 30 Million per week, 130 Million per month on average in 2010. It’s easy to imagine the Internet as the visual equivalent of "the library of Babel" a short story by Jorge Luis Borges about an endless library. All the images on the net are potential frames for an movie. For this movie to construct, the frames should be put in the ‘right’ order. Image analyses software analyses millions of images and puts them ‘in order’ so that each frame differs slightly compared to the previous frame: the very principle of a movie. These computer generated ‘scenes’ will be the raw material for the movie: a monumental animation using millions of images from the Internet.
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