Today I’m going to talk about Media Tech. Before I had to do a series of challenges Media Tech,“(Media Technology)” to me, was just making movies. As I had to do this module my understanding of media tech has grown.
Media Tech is not just making movies. “It’s language arts, media, art, and theatre art,” says a junior in the Media Tech pathway. It’s these things because you have to know how to act to play the parts in these movies. You also have to write a script and know how to make it to where it doesn’t exceed certain time limits, but make it to where it’s also interesting. You also have to create settings or find the perfect setting to go with the theme or moral in your movies.
“Media Tech is hard work,” says another junior in the pathway. They have to make sure they meet deadlines, do specific prompt, know how to work with cameras, and even learn how to use editing softwares; to edit the sounds quality, scene length, and placement of the scenes. Just like the juniors my group had to use an editing software, and let me tell you it was beyond difficult. Not only did we need to take out pauses we have to create credits at the end and enhance or presentation by including subtitles of our prompt.
For this project we had to come up with our own technology that could be of use not only to use but our peers and the outside world. So we came up with a phone that would have good voice recording quality, and would detect our moods by voice tone; and it would even give you a picture of how your friend looked when you were on the phone. This invention would help the public because it would allow you to know your friends mood, to know if its the right time to bother them with good news, bad news, or to just bother the.
These modules not only give us a better understanding in media tech but they also allow us to learn, and maybe even use what we learn in real life situations or to learn when we are in college. This module makes it easier for us to know what we want to do when were older, because there’s always that hesitation or lack of knowledge to what exactly were interested in doing.
Maya Angelou once said, “I did then what I knew how to. Now that I know better, I do better.”