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STILL remember Gangnam Style? A dance song with “horseback riding” an unusual, popularized by South Korean rapper, Park Jae Sang, better known as PSY. This dance was booming in August last year. It is normal for a group of young people dancing Gangnam Style this, but what if the robot dance?
If visiting the mat Kaltim Education Expo (KEE) at Madya Stadium Complex Sempaja, Samarinda, this dancing robot scenery can be found at booth Samarinda State Polytechnic (Polnes). Wahyudi said to Ratama, Polnes students majoring in Information Technology, a robot that can dance is the kind of human-shaped robot Bioloid Premium.
He said this type of assembly robot can be programmed at will. However, this fourth semester student said, not an easy thing to do so. For example, he said, to make a waving motion, three servo controller must be placed in the shoulder, elbow, and wrist of the robot in order to simulate the movement.
Besides Wahyudi, Periyaldi and Wikarno also said something similar. Two students Polnes said the main challenge is to assemble and program a robot precision and patience. ”Programming the robot is quite difficult. Nothing takes 1.5 hours, others take two days plus headache medicine was so ribetnya, “Wahyudi said when met Kaltim Post, Thursday (9/5) yesterday. In addition to Human robot Bioloid Premium, exhibited a scorpion-shaped robot Bioloid Premium, Darwin robot and robot-based Line Follower micro controller. Each robot has a special ability.
Dayak tribe in Kalimantan Parks Kapuas Hulu is still routinely undergo traditional rituals, one of which Mandung ritual. First, this ritual is done by slaves spear.Now, this ritual is performed using sapi.ÂDayak tribe Melapi Park is one of the thousands of sub tribe Dayak scattered throughout the island of Borneo. Although generally have similar customs, basically on every sub-tribe must have a uniqueness that made the difference with other sub-tribes.
No exception Dayak Taman Kapuas Hulu. Dayak tribe has one of the traditional procession that goes from generation to generation since the days of our fathers until now. The Dayak sub Kapuas Hulu uphold traditions and cultural mores. One tradition that is still carried out at a given time is a tradition Mandung. In the past, this tradition is a traditional ritual performed as a form of gratitude and thanks to the spirits of ancestors. The tribe is believed that the spirits of the ancestors had blessed the harvest, at the time of the Dayak still embrace faith in the spirits of ancestors and the Creator of Nature.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Museum unveils an international public-private sector collaboration yesterday with its American counterpart to re-engineer a 1937 vintage film, Borneo as a major tourism product of Malaysia and to ‘globalize’ the movie.Borneo is regarded by many as Malaysia’s first wildlife movie, in 18 separate language subtitles targeting 1.8 million viewers from a diverse international audience.
The re-branding and worldwide distribution of Borneo is rationalized under ‘Borneo-For-The-World’ 75th anniversary label. This global outreach campaign is spearheaded by Sabah Museum in association with the Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum in Chanute, Kansas, USA.
It is managed and promoted by Infotronik, the Johnsons’ commercial rights holder in Malaysia, in partnership with a consortium of major sponsoring parties to re-introduce the 1937 movie as the eighth wonder of Sabah.
The year-long campaign is expected to rekindle the block-buster euphoria when the movie was first premiered in New York 75 years ago. The purpose is to re-invigorate Borneo to a new level of growth; creating value, conceptualizing sequels and motivating smart partnerships that will benefit history, education, arts and culture, film and music, tourism and businesses in Malaysia.
Joanna Datuk Kitingan, a former director of the Sabah State Archives, briefed Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Masidi Manjun that Sabah Museum is committed to make Borneo and to distribute the movie to a global audience.
“We are celebrating a century-old Malaysian-American friendship fostered through the works of Martin and Osa Johnson with our forebears along the Kinabatangan River from 1920, 1935-36. Our objective is to enable more Malaysians and people around the world to see and enjoy this rare Martin and Osa Johnson’s film and be inspired by their true grit of flying adventures in faraway exotic land,” said Joana, the director of Sabah Museum.
In colonial times of yore in Borneo, Dutch soldiers armed with rifles with cutting-edge technology of the day, while the Dayak warriors generally rely chopsticks. However, the Dutch soldiers were far more than the fear of children chopsticks Dayak warriors hit by peluru.Yang make the colonists afraid it was poisoned child chopsticks. Before leaving to the battlefield, soldiers Dayak smearing eyes chopsticks with wormwood tree or tree sap iren. In silence, they shot an action called damek chopsticks. ”So, it’s no wonder the Dutch say, Dayak warriors face was like fighting a ghost,” said Pembina Community Tarantang Petak pots, Chendana Son, in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan. Without knowing where his opponent, suddenly one Dutch soldier collapsed, making the rest of his colleagues who are still alive scuttled.
Even if had responded with gunfire, the impact of hot lead was far disproportionate to the enormity of the children chopsticks toxic. Less than five minutes after the child chopsticks stuck on any body part, the Dutch soldiers were initially seizure-awning will die. In fact, it could be in a matter of seconds they were lifeless.Meanwhile, if the Dayak soldiers shot and not the important part, live bullets removed. Having cared for a few weeks, they were ready to fight back. Mastery field owned by a local Dayak warriors would strongly supports their movement in the jungle. ”Therefore, the influence of Dutch colonialism in Borneo is generally concentrated in the big cities but not touching up the interior,” Chendana.
As we know that the Dayak tribe Tunjung and Penihing / Aoheng is one of two from one of many tribes who inhabit the West Kutai regency. Geographically, the location where the two tribes also live quite far apart .. if the Dayak tribes inha
biting Tunjung wilahay district.Linggang Bigung, excl. Barong Tongkok, excl. Sekolaq Army, excl. Manoor BuLaant, excl.Tering dl l kamprelated to the title of which I took the above, Dayak Dayak Tunjung Rentenukng VS Penihing / Aoheng, you separate?? There is a question very jammed and I was like to find out the truth. I’ve heard from some friends who mentioned that the Dayak tribe Tunjung Rentenuukng actually a follow milir Penihing the Mahakam river flows from upstream Mahakam river .. not just of one person I’ve heard this story but from several different people … ugnnya majority were in the capital city (about) … while rates Penihing mostly inhabit the Upper Mahakam …
The question I have is:
1. Is it true that if the Dayak tribe Tunjung Penihing Rentenukng is actually looking for new areas to meet their needs?
2. Why at the present rate Tunjung Rentenukng have no sight at all in common with the tribe Penihing, but from the sound / soft brogue.
3. What causes the loss of culture in the rentenukng Penihing?