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Jazz Video Recorder with Camera (Black or Red) - Digital Camcorder DV140

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A perfect camcorder for fieldtrips and camping. Color LCD Screen, can also take pictures with 8GB of storage. YouTube Ready.

Model: DV140
Video Resolution: VGA 640 x 480 pixels/ 30fps, QVGA: 320 x 240 Pixels/ 30 fps
Still Picture Resolution: VGA: 640 x 480 Pixels, QVGA: 320 x 240 Pixels
Modes: Video Recording, Digital Still Picture & Mass Storage
File Formats: Video: AVI / Still :JPEG
External Memory: SD Card Slot, Up to 8 GB
PC Interface: USB POrt 2.0
LCD Screen: 1.44 inch TFT Screen
Support Light: : LED Support LIght
Power Source: 3 x AAA Batteries
Accessories: USB Cable, AV Cable, SOft Case, Attached Hand Strap, Instruction Manual, QSG & Software CD
Software Inculded: Arcsoft Medialmpression with Easy YouTube Upload

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Part 2, Jazz Telemotions on Vimeo by Michael Dessen

Part 2, Jazz Telemotions on Vimeo by Michael Dessen

Jazz Telemotions: A Networked Trio Concert
7 pm Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Main concert site: Conrad Prebys Concert Hall, UC San Diego, CA
Remote site: eMedia Studio, Calit2 Building, UC Irvine, CA

Mark Dresser, bass (UCSD)
Myra Melford, piano (UCSD)
Michael Dessen, trombone (UCI)
Victoria Petrovich, scenic design (UCSD)
John Crawford, telematic video (UCI)

There will be one set of music of roughly 60-75 minutes duration, with four groups of compositions, and no intermission. All works were composed by the performers during 2009-2010.

Part 1:
Telemotions (comp. Dresser)
Japanese Music*
Mauger Time (comp. Dresser)

Part 2:
Dry Rain #1 and #2*
Fifth Species (comp. Dessen)

Part 3:
Barcelona and Sagrada Familia*
Scorestream #3 (comp. Dessen)

Part 4:
Facade #1 and #2*
Canales Rose (comp. Dresser)

* Scores for improvisers based on drawings by Don Reich

Production Assistants:
Ash Smith - Camera operator and video assistant
Omar Ramos - Lighting design and video assistant
Danny Shapira - Network Audio
Nick Patin - Local Audio (UCSD)

Special thanks: UCSD Music Department, UCSD Academic Senate, Jenn Stauffer, Trevor Henthorn, Tom Erbe, CRCA, Calit2 UC San Diego, Calit2 UC Irvine, UCI Music Department, UCI Dance Department, Mike Hooker, Chris Dobrian

Program notes

We are part of a community of artists using internet technologies to facilitate real-time, collaborative concerts in multiple locations, a practice often termed "telematic" performance. Consumer products such as Skype are increasingly common, and in many ways telepresence is already widespread in our culture. We are interested in performing with high quality audio and video connections, which we are privileged to access thanks to Internet2 networks and other forms of support at our academic institutions. More than simply refining ways to use these tools to perform our music, we also want to create new artistic works that explore the potentials of this telematic space.

Our main audio technology is the open source JackTrip software developed at Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), which allows multi-channel, CD-quality audio with extremely low latency. Using JackTrip, we have performed across continents and oceans, in which case the delay in sound can often be substantial. However, within a few hundred miles or less, as in tonight's concert, the latency is often at nearly imperceptible levels, allowing us to play rhythmically complex music with tight synchrony.

Over the course of producing many telematic concerts, we have also realized the importance of the visual dimension for events involving remote performers, and so we have increasingly sought out collaborators in video and other visual media. Thanks to the contributions of intermedia artist John Craword and scenic designer Victoria Petrovich, tonight's concert is among the most visually complex and creative that we have experienced to date. Crawford brings many years of work in telepresence and intermedia improvisation in both dance and musical contexts, and Petrovich's scenic design moves beyond the the flatness and centrality of the screen, instead creating a more multi-dimensional and integrated environment.

Tonight's projected video is a real-time improvised response to the music in visual form, generated by John Crawford's Active Space interactive media performance system. Live video feeds are processed simultaneously by multiple networked computers running the Active Space software at both sites and directed by Crawford in Irvine to produce abstract, painterly representations of the performers, interleaved with drawings by Don Reich. In continuous development since 1994, the Active Space system has been used in dance and music performances, public art projects, gallery installations and teaching environments.

The stage design at the UC San Diego site is a small-scale exploration of scenic space as an expressive, flexible component of the telematic performance environment. Translucent screens are meant to integrate with the environment, and evoke a sense of expansion and an articulation of atmosphere through the diffusion and direction of light, i.e. video projection. The intention is to enhance the performance, rather than present a faithful reproduction of imagery on a traditional film screen.

The music you will hear in tonight's performance was developed through a highly collaborative process that spannned nine months. As composer-improvisers with a shared affinity for jazz and other exploratory traditions, our work is already profoundly collaborative, as is the telematic medium itself. While many musicians are naturally dubious about telematic performance, we conceive it not as a replacement of conventional practices but rather a supplement to them, a practice rich with its own possibilities that will hopefully become available to more people in the future.

We began monthly telematic rehearsals in Septem

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Oh. My. God. -- Humongous thanks to Harris for the tickets: Row FF, about 20 feet behind Magic. It was an unimaginable experience.

Ironically, I was busted for my borderline-legal camera; The manual zoom extends way past the 3-inch limit, but luckily the usher was very cool. She warned me that they monitor people's cameras via video but as long as I kept the zoom in I'd be fine.

I was lucky to get a few great tight shots early on but was too paranoid to shoot much else. And I almost brought the little Canon A510....

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* The Jazz® T55 Digital Camera/Camcorder is a state-of-the-art multi-function Digital device that includes many advanced features you will love! * The T55 Digital Camcorder is a digital still camera, a digital video camcorder, a PC webcam, a mass storage device and a voice recorder! * The T55 has a large, high-resolution 2.4" TFT LCD flip-up display, employing the latest LTPS (Low Temperature Poly Silicon) technology, so you can play your pictures or video clips back, even in bright sunlight. * It is small and compact and will easily fit in your shirt pocket and the 4X digital zoom will get you close to the action. * This camera features 12 Mega Pixels Resolution, accepts SD memory cards up to 8GB and is compatible with You-Tube, Facebook, Flickr and My Space. * You can also record messages and reminders with the built in voice recorder. * Playback your videos and photographs on your PC monitor or TV, so the whole family can enjoy your artistic creations! * Features: o 12.0 Mega Pixel Digital Camera o Modes: Video Recording, Digital Still, PC Camera, Voice recording & Mass Storage o File Formats: AVI / JPEG / WAV o USB Interface: USB 2.0 Sockets and Cable o Flash o Compatible with You-Tube, Facebook, Flickr and My Space o 270° Hinged Flip TFT Screen o Internal Memory: 32 MB o External Memory: SD/MMC Card Slot Up to 8GB Capacity (card not included) o Display Screen: 2.4" Color TFT LCD o Digital Zoom: 4X o AV Out: NTSC / PAL TV Socket and Cable o Software: Arcsoft Video Impression & Arcsoft Photo Impression o Uses 3 AAA batteries (sold separately) * Includes: o Digital Camcorder/ Camera o USB cable o AV cables (for TV) o Wrist strap o Camera pouch o Adobe Reader Image Software

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