I headed to New York City to immerse myself in the world of blockchain over a 3- day course. Throughout the experience I sat confused on exactly what blockchain was and quickly wanted to understand how this technology could be used in my world of media. Before we move into that, if you’re like me you may need a refresher or understanding of what blockchain … Continue reading Adding Blockchain to my Membrane
Growing up, excitement filled the room when our class would hear the screeching of a rolling television stand echoing in the hallway. We’d move in our seats impatiently waiting to watch ‘Zoom’ a PBS science show, ‘Bill Nye the science guy,’ and other iconic childhood staple shows. From there our teacher would incorporate a lesson using the same tools used in the television episode, which … Continue reading Emerging Technology in my Career
With drones taking over the skies literally and figuratively I wanted to launch higher into how they are being used locally. I was shocked to learn that I missed out on an opportunity to see drones first hand in my area. Bummer. On June 1, 2019 the Gateway Gardens hosted the “Drone Rodeo & RC Expo.” This afternoon of fun which lasted from 1pm to … Continue reading Local Drone Usage
Hey Peeps! Thanks for tuning into Racquel’s Review! The one stop shop for media fanatics. This blog will serve as a place for me to discuss the latest technology, media and productions and people that have caught my attention. Enjoy! Continue reading Welcome Media Fanatics!
In this world of media I am a strong believer that you cannot do this on your own. Honestly, not just for media but also for any career path. I have always enjoyed seeing black females sore in media and a lot of my friends are apart of this arena. During my time at Bennett College, which is an oasis for African American women I … Continue reading #BlackGirlsInMedia
In my city there’s a section on the freeway that is usually always congested. This location is known as HWY 29. This section is in the middle of major atttractions in our city from the mall, to downtown, to two universities. The calm and smooth driving is instantly put to a hault when arriving at the Randleman exit in Greensboro. The driver is now faced … Continue reading Sensoring the most dreaded Freeway
For the past few weeks I’ve given you, my readers, a look into several types of technology that have begun to shape media. We’ve talked about about Virtual Reality , 360 and 3D Videos, , and Reality Captures (Such as Photogrammetry) Now as I work to test my own theories I must question which idea is concrete enough to develope a full blown field test. … Continue reading Can I Test Technology?