I found this book called “The Morphology of Modern Linguistics” at the 2006 World Book Fair that just concluded in Singapore. Intrigued, I flipped through Wikipedia, my favorite people’s encyclopedia, looking for the “morphology” that appears in linguistics, mathematics, and even biology.
What about technology, especially amid the current changing trend, especially in the case of information technology?
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is one of the simple platforms that tests the conformation of the technology. VoIP users no longer have to limit themselves to their voices while talking to their families, discussing business matters or conducting long distance interviews. Voice changers can easily convert natural sounds in many ranges, such as age, gender, or both.
Another information interface that epitomizes this new transformation concept is the personal absorption of multimedia clips. Forget the Blu-ray DVD or HD-DVD arguments; It’s all about allowing your listeners and viewers to edit the video and audio quality as they wish. Technically speaking, DVD Morpher offers the ability to convert music and movies, add special audio and visual effects to tracks, or remove unwanted scenes from your favorite videos.
In addition to all of the above, the last thing I heard is that you can also change your webcam image, without the need for a webcam during live chat. People can now add text and gifs to a webcam image, or simulate it with another face with real gestures and expressions, made possible by something that can be called a webcam morpher.
The way computers are being applied around the world, from the widespread construction of submarine fiber optic cables and the continuous development of complementary software products, has become more than just a routine work study model, but a networking and entertainment experiment.
At the heart of this colossal wonder is the morphology of technology, which implicitly refers to the manipulation and modification of the final results through computerized tasks.
About the Author:
Josh Noel is a reporter for Media Morpher. He is an observer of technological trends and is interested in analyzing how technology can enrich human life.
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