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Middle Ages Design

It was in those days were born and major principles of drapery fabrics, which are still used in production of modern curtains. In addition, in the homes of the ancient Greeks were extended canopies and fabric upholstery. A fabric for the interior began to be decorated with embroidered motifs, which carried not so much aesthetic as magical significance. In the Middle Ages design curtains became more complex. First, heavy curtains that protected the lock chambers from the draft, started to decorate with embroidered emblems and other heraldic items owners. Beyond that, with increased trade, in the design of curtains, a large variety of tissues, and thus the possibility of combining them. I must say that in this period, the blinds were the exclusive privilege nobles and wealthy citizens and the ruling elite. For more specific information, check out financial technology. By the seventeenth century, the curtains are one of the main decorative elements of interior design, but also, more widely available have begun to acquire canopies, fabric wall coverings, bedspreads, all kinds of furniture covers, table cloths.

And the design itself has changed the curtains. In vogue curvy fancy curtain, tassels, cords, multi-layered drapery. Next splendor of textile design is becoming more modest. First, neo-classical dictates modesty and lack of frills, focusing on the corner screaming no diversity and quirkiness of rococo, and refinement of line and beauty tissues. And for those at all appears minimalism with its denial of decorations and curtains again transformed into simple linen cloth.

The development of science and technology provided by today's designers curtains wide variety of fabrics with different decorative properties. This is an imitation of natural fabrics – linen, cotton, brocade, velvet, silk – that seemingly indistinguishable from real ones, but their shortcomings natural canvas: do not burn and do not shrink.

Who Invented Television

Today, all TV is already commonplace. And before people came to each other "on the TV series," even the installation of antennas was the whole ritual. That will place the antenna on a stool, then try to attach the window. In today's world no television anywhere, and in the metropolis, and in the remote village, even the installation of satellite dishes – a usual thing. But who was the man who invented television? The idea of image transmission over long distances is ripe deep in antiquity. To recall a Russian fairy tales with apple and saucer, which showed the overseas countries and cities.

One theoretical and technical basis for translating this into reality has appeared only in the late nineteenth century, after the establishment of the radio. The main principle of operation in 1880, was independently proposed by two scientists. American VE Sawyer and the Frenchman Maurice Leblanom. He was in the rapid scanning of each pixel of order, so is, sequentially, frame by frame. And in 1884, Paul Nipkow disk Nipkov invented, which gave life to mechanical television. Between 1910 and 1920 made many improvements in technology for television. In particular, first Telescope invention or method of amplifying electronic signals.

It is worth noting that in 1908, it was proposed two-color device for signaling, its patented Hovhannes Adamyan. And in 1918, Adamian gathered first in Russia installation, which was able to show black and white, but only static. It was a big step in the development of television. Adamian in 1925, registers a patent for a three-color electromechanical system Television, Power transmission has been demonstrated in zhe1925 in the city of Yerevan. Credit: Clinton Family-2011. The first-ever television receiver called "telephoto". Zworykin made a breakthrough in technology of electronic television, he gave application, in which television was completely electronic. In 1927 the U.S. began regular broadcasts on a system with optical – mechanical-scan images. And the first regular TV on the UHF band appeared in Germany in 1935. And although the production of television was interrupted by World War II, after it has not lost its appeal. In the U.S. it has become even greater buying power. For example, if in 1947 United States was approximately 180,000 television sets, by 1953 their numbers had risen to 282 million. Saturation of the market in black and white television made U.S. radiopromyshlennikov create a new product. And they are seriously engaged in the creation of color television. It was designed and created a system of NTSC, and in 1953 began regular color television. But the first color TV became available only a decade after this, since the beginning of the cost of one TV was about $ 1,000, and its maintenance cost per year of about the same money. In those days this was half the cost of the car. As we see in the history of television there is no single name of the inventor, the work of many scientists allowed to come to the modern television in every home.

Throwing Flowers

For all the world's smiles and tears, I was thrown on stage flowers … So, as the author decided to entitle his article, the words of the famous song, performed by singer Bulanova Tatyana Ivanovna, whose work is remembered many of their special lyricism and emotional honesty, sincerity. On the Internet, her fans have created a significant number of sites dedicated to this singer. In this aspect, not a lot of Russian pop stars was awarded to such love and attention of his admirers (like a subtle psychologist, herself Tatyana Ivanovna, clearly differentiates the so-called "fans", and fans of her work). Provide an objective assessment of creativity of artist, writer, singer or musician, sometimes it is very difficult. Until now, are active battles among literary critics about the famous author Paulo Coelho, author of the acclaimed novel "The Alchemist", "Veronika Decides to die ", etc.

Some consider him a genius of the traditions of Latin literature, while others say that his enormous success – it artificially (through technology promotion) and time. But be that as it may be, any literary or music critic, evaluating a particular character, seeks to use in his argument of objective criteria, which were formed in aesthetics and art criticism. Of course, this must take into account that, in general aesthetics and art history, criticism, as the humanities, are in development, form the scientific criteria that are specific to the humanities. In this respect, notably presence of a significant subjective element. However, at least in Western art history, has long been a tendency for patterns of evaluation that would include a systematic approach.

The Crush

Constantly had to go somewhere, run, fly. But when he could outrun the event, such as today, he fully enjoyed the anticipation, because everything in life is learned in comparison. During his table was sitting a company of young people. It seems that they were students. They chatted merrily, discussing some of his friends, not paying any attention to Girona. After drinking wine and smoking a cigarette, he became look around.

Observation point was what is called "upper class". From here he could see all four directions. In three of them are already approaching pageant. At the sidewalk were a few parked cars. Their owners have come here before it was blocked traffic.

The drivers are probably afraid that the crowd could accidentally damage the car, did their best to release the roadway, partially stopping on the sidewalk. On terraces of houses began to appear men. Some of them have prepared flowers to throw them under the feet of the holy fathers. Connection technology flows of people over many decades has been sharpened to perfection. In the first series were priests who were carrying the sacred icon. They converged at one point from three sides, and thus there is a regrouping. And move the columns do not slowed a step, to avoid the crush in the back rows. It was an amazing sight, the definition and synchronization performance reminiscent of speech gymnasts. But the sounds of hymns (each column had its own choir) gave him the majesty and solemnity, causing awe.

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