Streaming Numbers, Words and Imagery
In the late 6th century BC, philosophers in Greece were trying to find out the core, originality (arch) of the world through the kaleidoscope. Some people called it 'Water', and some others called it 'Fire'. However, Pythagorus famous for Pythagorean theorem (a2 + b2 = c2) considered the world to be made of numbers which are not visible, but abstract. According to his idea, everything in the world can be expressed in numbers. Therefore, numbers are above everything and are the single most important element defining the world.
Now we are living in the digital age. Digital technology is, of course, based on numbers: zero and one. We use electronic devices such as the computer, cell phones, iPods, cameras, etc at every moment of every day. We are surrounded and captured by a diverse array of media wherever we go. Youtube, Web cameras, Facebook, and Myspace exist and stream information which we may notice or not. People, objects... all are floating around us and piling up in the digitized space as a bunch of numbers, words and imagery. We could say that there are several digitized worlds existing parallel to the physical space.
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