Sunday, January 1, 2017

STEREOSCOPIC: CRITICAL BASIC HAND DRAWN IMAGE APPROACH TO CREATING 3D ILLUSIONS by Michael Sega Gumelar


An optical 3D illusion can be created using Red and Blue glasses and by manipulating two  photos with slightly different angles. In this study the author creates a 3D image by using a different approach, and by not using any camera images, manually draws two almost identical images also using slightly different angles. This method is advanced and not for the beginner.  Learning and exposing method how to combine  stereoscopic images is needed to understand this non-camera approach.

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https://www.academia.edu/28932808/STEREOSCOPIC_CRITICAL_BASIC_HAND_DRAWN_IMAGE_APPROACH_TO_CREATING_3D_ILLUSIONS

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The Use of Green Turtles on Bali, When Conservation Meets Culture The Use of Green Turtles in Bali, When Conservation Meets Culture by Rodney Westerlaken

The use of green turtles in ceremonies, as delicacy or for the use of the shell has been a vast problem in history and recent years on Bali. The number of turtles living in the waters surrounding Bali is decreasing and the illegal trade is vivid.

Several projects are fighting for conservation of turtles and the Parisada Hindu Dharma Indonesia (the highest Hindu council) issued a decree against the use of turtles in ceremonies, but illegal trade remains. On April 7, 2016 40 green seaturtles (Chelonia mydas) were captured by KAPOLDA (kepolisian daerah, regional police). They were on a ship for 7 days without any water, there flippers tied together prohibiting them to move. On April 14, 2016 31 turtles were released on Kuta beach after given medical care. Four turtles died, three are currently still under medical care and three are kept as evidence.

The green turtle is listed as an endangered species on the IUCN red list [1] and should be protected. Conservation and culture meet eachother at the struggle for the green turtle.  


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https://www.academia.edu/25805519/The_Use_of_Green_Turtles_on_Bali_When_Conservation_Meets_Culture_The_Use_of_Green_Turtles_in_Bali_When_Conservation_Meets_Culture


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Banjar Laba Nangga, Identifying Stakeholders for Cultural Heritage Management at a Prehistoric Site in North Bali by Rodney Westerlaken

Cultural Heritage Management (CHM) defines how stakeholders should deal with their inheritance, wether coming directly from their bloodline, or give by ancestors 2000 years ago. To be able to understand the implications of cultural heritage management one must identify the different stakeholders.

In this article a description is given of this process of identifying and all the issues that may rise while identifying stakeholders. Values, beliefs and traditions of different stakeholders and subsequently with different interests get mixed with emotions. This subsequently leads to a loss of scientific research and a just interpretation of what has been found, as in the described case study of Banjar Laba Nangga.

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https://www.academia.edu/23448246/Banjar_Laba_Nangga_Identifying_Stakeholders_for_Cultural_Heritage_Management_at_a_Prehistoric_Site_in_North_Bali

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Currently the excesses of the colonial war between The Netherlands and Indonesia in the former Dutch Indies By Rodney Westerlaken

Currently the excesses of the colonial war between The Netherlands and Indonesia in the former Dutch Indies are bein re-evaluated and interpreted in The Netherlands. More and more reports, photos and confessions appear showing a different truth than the one that is generally accepted in The Netherlands. Marx said that people make history, but never in conditions of their own making. This essay evaluates the perspective of cultural studies in a historical context. By Rodney Westerlaken a great research report, please download and share:

https://www.academia.edu/30673136/History_in_Cultural_Studies._War_excesses_in_the_former_Dutch_Indies

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Thursday, April 21, 2016

Call for paper: An1mage International Journal of Cultural Studies



Call for Papers: AN1MAGE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES 2018

Paper Submission Information
The An1mage International Journal of Cultural Studies (AIJCS) seeks submissions from academia, government, and industry presenting novel critical research results in all practical and theoretical aspects of cultural and culture in any field.

Research Report Papers should be related to the creative thinking, critical thinking, analysis, evaluation, fighting myths, fighting bad marginalization, fighting bad hegemony, fighting bad radicalism in any field for a better future of humanity, speciesity, and our environment. Theoretical papers must make a convincing argument for the relevance of the results to secure systems. Accepted papers will be published by www. an1mage.org in the journal.

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Paper Submission Process
Submissions must be made by the deadline of Friday, November 25, 2017 23:59 UTC-11. The review process will be carried out in two phases and authors will have an opportunity to comment on the first-phase reviews.

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Submitted papers must not substantially overlap papers that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal, conference or workshop. Simultaneous submission of the same work is not allowed. Note that submitted papers cannot be withdrawn from the process after the first phase reviews are received by authors. Authors of accepted papers must guarantee that their papers will be published  in the journal.

Paper Format
Please send your research report paper submission at most seven pages to: an1mage@an1mage.org and then we will send you AIJCS format. Avoid obvious self-references as needed, except there are no other research paper in the particular researching field.  MS Word Doc files only will be accepted. Submissions not meeting these guidelines risk rejection without consideration of their merits.

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