Defining cognitive structures and how video affects them
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Defining cognitive structures and how video affects them

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Defining cognitive structures and how video affects them Objective: to cause a change in the cognitive process, altering the perception of the video. This film was made for the science project. We started filming 1/1/12, we used clips from security films, Arkansas films, and fresh clips made for this project. Read about the video effects that were used . During the process of making the test video, we changed the color, focal length, sound, music, etc. to alter and change the video in an attempt to alter cognitive perception. After shooting all the clips, we edited them if needed and put it all together onto a DVD disk. Hypothesis: When altering video components such as focal length, frame rate, color, sound, and music. We can alter or change cognitive perception Creating new realities, via two of the five senses (primarily sight and hearing) Effectively change and altering the cognitive process and alter perception of the events seen. By doing so we create new realities, or can create memories of nonexistent events. Materials and procedures  The things needed to test the hypothesis for this experiment: cx700v camera shooting 1920 x 1080 60 high definition frame rate. We used a camera shooting 1920 x 1080 60 high definition frame rate. The camera will use a lens with a 26.3 frame rate focal length with ½ exmor lens. The camera will use a lens with a 26.3 frame rate focal length with ½ exmor lens.

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Published 05 February 2014
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Defining cognitive structures and how video affects them
Objective: to cause a change in the cognitive process, altering the perception of the video. This film was made for the science project. We started filming 1/1/12, we used clips from security films, Arkansas films, and fresh clips made for this project. Read about thevideo effectshat were used .
During the process of making the test video, we changed the color, focal length, sound, music, etc. to alter and change the video in an attempt to alter cognitive perception. After shooting all the clips, we edited them if needed and put it all together onto a DVD disk.
Hypothesis: When altering video components such as focal length, frame rate, color, sound, and music. We can alter or change cognitive perception Creating new realities, via two of the five senses (primarily sight and hearing) Effectively change and altering the cognitive process and alter perception of the events seen. By doing so we create new realities, or can create memories of nonexistent events.
Materials and procedures The things needed to test the hypothesis for this experiment: cx700v camera shooting 1920 x 1080 60 high definition frame rate. We used a camera shooting 1920 x 1080 60 high definition frame rate. The camera will use a lens with a 26.3 frame rate focal length with ½ exmor lens.
The camera will use a lens with a 26.3 frame rate focal length with ½ exmor lens. Independent Variables: Color, Sound, Focal Length, Music, etc. Dependent Variables: Depending on what we change the video that is shot.
Methods Qualitative research. The whole video took about one week to complete, edit, and burn onto a disk. Upon completion it was viewed to see if the desired effects were achieved. We were able to change the cognitive process by changing sound, music, color, focal length, frame rate, camera viewpoint, etc.
Cognitive Structures DefinedWhat mental process interprets the information from the eyes and ears. Cognitive structures are the basic mental processes people use to make sense of information. Other names for cognitive structures include mental structures, and patterns of thought. Both existing only in the mind, supported by gathered information through the senses. I primarily grouped them into two interdependent categories:
1.Comparative thinking structureswhich process information by identifying how bits of data are alike or similiar and different. They include recognition, memorization, and conservation of constancies, classification, spatial orientation, temporal orientation, and metaphorical thinking.
2.Logical reasoning structuresuse abstract thinking strategies to systematically process and generate information. They include deductive and inductive reasoning, analogical and hypothetical thinking, causeeffect relationships, analysis, synthesis, evaluation, problem framing, and problem solving. Both are dependent on the skills of the individual perceiving the event.
Results Approximately a ten minute video was created, using a high definition camera shooting 1920 x 1080 60 high definition frame rate. Viewing of the video produced the results that my Hypothesis predicted of altering the cognitive processes and affecting perception of events.