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The Science of TV At first i was very skeptical about attending the Science Symposium because I thought that it was going to be only about thing that really didnt interest me I enjoyed this seminar I feel that it was very educational and interesting to participate in I attended the Science of TV seminar that was presented by Scott Healy an Assistant Professor at Sullivan County Community College He talked about how the images we see on TV are in actuality a large amount of small dots called pixy dots He also called the images an illusion made by light being reflected of our eyes which helps us to think that the images are 3 dimensional The pixy dot move so rapidly together to form the image the dots move and that is how the movement is made on the screen In order for the class to understand what he was explaining to us Professor Healy told us to think of the sun When the sun is at its hottest point the sky is blue and as the day goes on and the day light goes the color of the sky begins to change from red to then no color When our eyes are closed or it is dark we are not able to see that is because we are not getting any light reflected off of them So when we are watching images on TV the light is a main factor in the illusion because it leads us to believe that what we are seeing is 3 dimensional adding thee depth to the height and width Professor Healy also briefly told us about how he can take picture images and manipulated the any way hed like to just by using the computer I enjoyed myself at the science symposium because it made m look at science in an entirely different perspective It made fun of something I thought was the dullest subject I
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