History of Media and technology

1. Revised statement of intent
Visual and audio media technologies have developed over time and the process of how these forms of media have been developed over time leaves one wondering how the future of the same media will be. The cultural practices used around these forms of media are mainly communication and entertainment. Over time, man has used both visual and audio media technologies to communicate and pass messages amongst themselves. The communication takes form in place of advertisements, official messages between formal organizations and the passing of information for the educative purposes. Furthermore, the entertainment has been enjoyed through both forms of media.
Technological changes have led to the advancement of these forms of media. The changes have been recorded in size, use, and functionality. The size has reduced while the use and functionality has increased through diversification. The future holds more advances due to research and the progress which has taken place this far. The aspect of use has seen the fewest changes because man continues to use these technologies for communication. Both visual and audio media technologies have changed over time, during the same period, the use of these technologies has changed and diversified, but still cultures have not discovered all their potential uses.
2. Project proposal and annotated bibliography
Winston, Brian. Media,Technology and Society: A History: From the Telegraph to the Internet. Vol. 1. New York: Routledge, 2000. Print.
The process of modeling change through visual technology has focused on very limited uses. This implies that the change has only been accepted on some aspects of visual technology such as size of the devices and their functionality. The technology itself has also changed from the different presentations. One such change in the aspect presentation is the change from black and white presentations to colored presentations and the use of different color schemes in visual presentations. The concentration of one use on visual technology indicates that over time man has been satisfied with a single use and has worked hard to change how he can enjoy the single use.
Anderson, Steve F. Technologies of History: Visual Media and the Eccentricity of the past. Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College, 2011. Print.
Audio media technology has changed through different generations over time. For man, audio technologies have enabled him to record audio histories, which occur at one moment, and to bring these histories back to life on later dates. The main function has been to preserve history and to pass messages through different generations. Imagination has driven the changes in audio media technology to the current application and use of the technology. However, the media has assisted greatly in the connection of the past, the present, and the future through the conservation of audio messages. As the revolution continues to take place, audio media continues to hold its ancient use and application; preserving information.
3. Project journal research
The history of audio and visual media technology indicates that man has been creative over the ages to design systems, which serve unique functions. The achievement of these functions has made life easier and encouraged further innovation and technological changes on the same technology. In this perspective, man has worked to perfect and modify his creation and discovery. However, one on the aspects that continues to lag behind is the use of these technologies. Some of the potential uses have not been fully exploited as man continues to rely on the originally identified uses. The aspect of media use does not appear to change as the other aspects of media change.

Works Cited
Anderson, Steve F. Technologies of History: Visual Media and the Eccentricity of the past. Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College, 2011. Print.
Winston, Brian. Media,Technology and Society: A History: From the Telegraph to the Internet. Vol. 1. New York: Routledge, 2000. Print.