by Florence Tan

Back in the old days, many of us would not be able to afford a trip to the Louvre. Now the the greatest museums are only a click away! Thanks to multimedia, many museums have been put online. This means anyone who has access to the Internet and appropriate software can take virtual tours through any museum to see the arts and exhibits. More...

by Alex Chau

The change in Multimedia within a Business Organization has been dramatic in a small period of time. Twenty years ago multimedia meant slide shows with narration, and possibly music or video. Today,multimedia covers a range of mediums including images, sounds, animations video, and even three dimensional virtual reality environments. More...

by Binh Tran

With full-motion video, sound effects and 3D graphic, multimedia has become the driving force behind the entertainment industry. While virtual reality and extremely realistic 3D games pop up in stores everyday, streaming video technology dominates the Internet where it opens a new door to the movie industry.It is a whole new game where the winner is the player with the most advanced technology, yet the most affordable and popular. 

by Melanie Marsh

Cognitive research suggests that students learn the best when they are actively involved with their studies, thinking critically, and making decisions. In addition to this finding and as the quote above would imply, students of all ages can make the most of their education by manipulating and engaging with the vast amounts of information they are bombarded with in their day to day lives. More...

by Theresa Gouglas

Multimedia in Archaeology is a relatively new field of study but it presents an exciting new aspect of archaeology that will undoubtedly change the field of archaeology forever. The main focus of Multimedia in Archaeology is athought provoking public center that encourages debate and allows for a free exchange of information in a range of issues. More...


Research for this project was done by
Alex Chau, Binh Tran, Florence Tan, Melanie Marsh and Theresa Gouglas.

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