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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi dinhtuananh Xem bi viết
    From VOA Learning English, this is the Technology Report.

    Movie fans know that their action (1)_Hero Superman does not really fly. And, in the movie Superman Returns, another(2)Virtual character is played on viewers. The man they see flying is not real. He is what is called a virtual actor. The first step in(3) creating this digital actor is to have a real person stand in a room called a light (4) stage. A computer then captures the outlines and shapes of his face and records how they throw off light. Paul Debevec is with the (5)__________ for Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California.

    We can light them with very specially computer-controlled (6)movement action and take photos of them from seven different viewpoints with high resolution digital still cameras.

    Mr. Debevec is part of a team working to create (7) computerize images of people, objects and environments that look and act real. The light stage permits actors to be (8) turn into digital versions of themselves much like the blue (9) feature in the movie Avatar. The real world could soon be using a similar technology. Computer experts at the Institute are developing a 3-D video(10) teleconference system. It would send a video (11)__________ of a person into a meeting room. That image would be able to work with the people in the room, who would see it in 3-D without special (12) classes. Paul Debevec says:

    The person who is being transmitted to a remote location can actually look around at the people in the room and everybody in that room knows who theyre looking at. And thats such a (13) fact_ part of human communication.

    He believes the business world will begin to use 3-D video teleconferencing in the next five years.

    The Institute is using its light stage and Interactive 3-D Display technology to record video (14)__________ of Holocaust survivors for the Shoah Foundation.

    "Do you remember any songs from your (15) view?"

    "This is a lullaby that my mother used to sing to me and I still remember it. It's in(16) mind."

    The Foundation is also at the University of Southern California. The 3-D images will be shown on special screens in classrooms or(17) museum and will be set up to answer questions about the Holocaust from students and visitors.

    It could be about faith. It could be about love. It could be about beliefs. It could be about (18)identity.

    Kim Simon is managing director of the Shoah Foundation.

    Its also a medium with which young people today are particularly (19) comfortable. And, the amount of information that comes through seeing a persons face and hearing their voice at the same time is (20)most of life.

    A demonstration of an interaction between a Holocaust survivor and students may be possible in a year. In 10 years, we may be able to play 3-D video games without special glasses.
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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi phanphamanhthu1711 Xem bi viết
    1. hero
    2. visible
    3. creating
    4. stage
    5. institute
    6. degumination
    7. computerized
    8. turned
    9. creature
    10. telecom
    11. in term
    12. glasses
    13. fundamental
    14. testomony
    15. use
    16. police
    17. museum
    18. identative
    19. comfortable
    20. moderflied

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi tshamala Xem bi viết
    1. heros
    2. visual trick
    3. creating
    4. stage
    5. institute
    6.
    7. computerize
    8. turned
    9. creatures
    10. teleconferencing
    11. image
    12. eyeglasses
    13. fundamental
    14. testimonies
    15. youth
    16. Polish
    17. museums
    18. identity
    19. confortable
    20.
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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi nobita8xqah Xem bi viết


    From VOA Learning English, this is the Technology Report.

    Movie fans know that their action (1)__
    _heroes_______ Superman does not really fly. And, in the movie Superman Returns, another (2)__visual trick________ is played on viewers. The man they see flying is not real. He is what is called a virtual actor. The first step in (3)_increating_________ this digital actor is to have a real person stand in a room called a light (4)_____stage_____. A computer then captures the outlines and shapes of his face and records how they throw off light. Paul Debevec is with the (5)__institute________ for Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California.

    We can light them with very specially computer-controlled (6)_
    _deregulation________ and take photos of them from seven different viewpoints with high resolution digital still cameras.

    Mr. Debevec is part of a team working to create (7)_
    computerise_________ images of people, objects and environments that look and act real. The light stage permits actors to be (8)__turn ________ into digital versions of themselves much like the blue (9)__creatures________ in the movie Avatar. The real world could soon be using a similar technology. Computer experts at the Institute are developing a 3-D video (10)_teleconferencing_________ system. It would send a video (11)___image_______ of a person into a meeting room. That image would be able to work with the people in the room, who would see it in 3-D without special (12)_eye glasses_________. Paul Debevec says:

    The person who is being transmitted to a remote location can actually look around at the people in the room and everybody in that room knows who theyre looking at. And thats such a (13)
    _fundamental_________ part of human communication.

    He believes the business world will begin to use 3-D video teleconferencing in the next five years.

    The Institute is using its light stage and Interactive 3-D Display technology to record video (14)__
    _testimonies_______ of Holocaust survivors for the Shoah Foundation.

    "Do you remember any songs from your (15)_
    _youth________?"

    "This is a lullaby that my mother used to sing to me and I still remember it. It's in(16) _
    _polish________."

    The Foundation is also at the University of Southern California. The 3-D images will be shown on special screens in classrooms or (17)__
    museum________ and will be set up to answer questions about the Holocaust from students and visitors.

    It could be about faith. It could be about love. It could be about beliefs. It could be about (18)__
    identity_______.

    Kim Simon is managing director of the Shoah Foundation.

    Its also a medium with which young people today are particularly (19)__
    comfortable________. And, the amount of information that comes through seeing a persons face and hearing their voice at the same time is (20)__mode pipe________.

    A demonstration of an interaction between a Holocaust survivor and students may be possible in a year. In 10 years, we may be able to play 3-D video games without special glasses.

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi banhmi27 Xem bi viết
    1. hero
    2. visual trick
    3. creating
    4. stage
    5. insittute
    6. illumination
    7. computerized
    8. turned
    9. creatures
    10. teleconferencing
    11. image
    12. eye-glasses
    13. fundamental
    14. testimonies
    15. youth
    16. Polish
    17. museums
    18. identity
    19. comfortable
    20. multiplied

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi kiz_blackcat Xem bi viết
    1. hero
    2. visual trick
    3. creating
    4. stage
    5. institute
    6. illumination
    7. computerise
    8. turned
    9. creatures
    10. teloconferencing
    11. image
    12. eye-glasses
    13. fundamental
    14. testimony
    15. youth
    16. polish
    17. museums
    18. indetity
    19. comfortable
    20. multiplied
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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi Trang_Jaennie Xem bi viết
    Em nộp bi ạ

    From VOA Learning English, this is the Technology Report.

    Movie fans know that their action (1)__hero_ Superman does not really fly. And, in the movie Superman Returns, another (2)_visual trick__ is played on viewers. The man they see flying is not real. He is what is called a virtual actor. The first step in (3)_creating_ this digital actor is to have a real person stand in a room called a light (4)_stage_. A computer then captures the outlines and shapes of his face and records how they throw off light. Paul Debevec is with the (5)__institute__ for Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California.

    We can light them with very specially computer-controlled (6)_creaure_ and take photos of them from seven different viewpoints with high resolution digital still cameras.

    Mr. Debevec is part of a team working to create (7) _computerise_ images of people, objects and environments that look and act real. The light stage permits actors to be (8)_turn_ into digital versions of themselves much like the blue (9)__creatures_ in the movie Avatar. The real world could soon be using a similar technology. Computer experts at the Institute are developing a 3-D video (10)_teleconferencing_ system. It would send a video (11)_image__ of a person into a meeting room. That image would be able to work with the people in the room, who would see it in 3-D without special (12)_eyeglasses_. Paul Debevec says:

    The person who is being transmitted to a remote location can actually look around at the people in the room and everybody in that room knows who theyre looking at. And thats such a (13)__fundamental_ part of human communication.

    He believes the business world will begin to use 3-D video teleconferencing in the next five years.

    The Institute is using its light stage and Interactive 3-D Display technology to record video (14)_testimony_ of Holocaust survivors for the Shoah Foundation.

    "Do you remember any songs from your (15)_youth_?"

    "This is a lullaby that my mother used to sing to me and I still remember it. It's in(16) _Polish_."

    The Foundation is also at the University of Southern California. The 3-D images will be shown on special screens in classrooms or(17)_museum_ and will be set up to answer questions about the Holocaust from students and visitors.

    It could be about faith. It could be about love. It could be about beliefs. It could be about (18)_identity_.

    Kim Simon is managing director of the Shoah Foundation.

    Its also a medium with which young people today are particularly (19)__comfortable_. And, the amount of information that comes through seeing a persons face and hearing their voice at the same time is (20) __________.

    A demonstration of an interaction between a Holocaust survivor and students may be possible in a year. In 10 years, we may be able to play 3-D video games without special glasses.
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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi binyuri Xem bi viết
    From VOA Learning English, this is the Technology Report.

    Movie fans know that their action (1)___hero_______ Superman does not really fly. And, in the movie Superman Returns, another (2)_visual_trick_ ______ is played on viewers. The man they see flying is not real. He is what is called a virtual actor. The first step in (3)_creating_________ this digital actor is to have a real person stand in a room called a light (4)____stage______. A computer then captures the outlines and shapes of his face and records how they throw off light. Paul Debevec is with the (5)__institute________ for Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California.

    We can light them with very specially computer-controlled (6)_illumination_________ and take photos of them from seven different viewpoints with high resolution digital still cameras.

    Mr. Debevec is part of a team working to create (7)___computerise_______ images of people, objects and environments that look and act real. The light stage permits actors to be (8)___turned_______ into digital versions of themselves much like the blue (9)__creatures________ in the movie Avatar. The real world could soon be using a similar technology. Computer experts at the Institute are developing a 3-D video (10)___teleconferencing_______ system. It would send a video (11)_image_________ of a person into a meeting room. That image would be able to work with the people in the room, who would see it in 3-D without special (12)__eye-glasses________. Paul Debevec says:

    The person who is being transmitted to a remote location can actually look around at the people in the room and everybody in that room knows who theyre looking at. And thats such a (13)___fundamental______ part of human communication.

    He believes the business world will begin to use 3-D video teleconferencing in the next five years.

    The Institute is using its light stage and Interactive 3-D Display technology to record video (14)__testimonies________ of Holocaust survivors for the Shoah Foundation.

    "Do you remember any songs from your (15)___youth_______?"

    "This is a lullaby that my mother used to sing to me and I still remember it. It's in(16) ____polish______."

    The Foundation is also at the University of Southern California. The 3-D images will be shown on special screens in classrooms or(17)__museums________ and will be set up to answer questions about the Holocaust from students and visitors.

    It could be about faith. It could be about love. It could be about beliefs. It could be about (18)__identity________.

    Kim Simon is managing director of the Shoah Foundation.

    Its also a medium with which young people today are particularly (19)___comfortable_______. And, the amount of information that comes through seeing a persons face and hearing their voice at the same time is (20)___multiplied_______.

    A demonstration of an interaction between a Holocaust survivor and students may be possible in a year. In 10 years, we may be able to play 3-D video games without special glasses.
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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi auckland Xem bi viết
    (1) hero
    (2) visual trick
    (3) creating
    (4) stage.
    (5) Institute
    (6)
    (7) computerized
    (8) turned
    (9) creatures
    (10) teleconferencing
    (11) image
    (12) eye glassses
    (13) fundamental
    (14) testimonies
    (15) youth
    (16) Polish
    (17) museums
    (18) identity
    (19) comfortable
    (20) multiplied

    So srr v t vừa post nhầm! Hehe
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    Many thanks, L.E! How responsible u r!


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