An introduction to the basics of communications theory. This visually beautiful film was a first in a lot of ways: the Eameses first film scored by Elmer Bernstein, their first to deal with specific intellectual content, and the film that introduced their work to IBM. This elegant and clear statement remains required viewing for the Media Age.
Composer: Elmer Bernstein
Narrator: Charles Eames
Running Time: 22:14
Color: color, Date: 1953
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Tops, Expanding Airport, Computer Glossary, Polyorchis Haplus, Kepler.s Laws, “Tops” from “Stars of Jazz”, Lounge Chair, IBM at the Fair, and Bread. PPR denotes Public Performance Rights NTSC is the video format used in the United States, Canada, Japan and some other countries. PAL is the video format used in Europe and other countries.
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