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A Study on Game Localization with the Game 'Lobotomy Corporation': Based on Translation Considering Characteristics (게임 '로보토미 코퍼레이션'을 통한 게임 현지화 연구: 캐릭터성을 고려한 번역을 대상으로)

  • Won, Ho-Hyeuk;Gu, Bon-Hyeok;Kim, Hyoung-Youb
    • Journal of Korea Game Society
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.87-102
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    • 2018
  • In this study of effective game localization, we attempt to gauge the influence of characteristics on the translation of the texts in games. In general, the characters in the games that feature interactive story-telling structure have a huge impact on events that occur in the games. Additionally, in case the origin of the characters are closely connected with either cultural factors or symbolisms, the relation between characters and stories tends to be stronger. In this research, the characteristics of the characters in the game 'Lobotomy Corporation' - featuring characteristics based on 'The Tree of Sepiroth' of Kabbalah - will be analyzed in depth; then, the result will lead us to suggest the method of proper translation in order to show how to localize the games effectively in future.

Mathematical Infinite Concepts in Arts (미술에 표현된 수학의 무한사상)

  • Kye, Young-Hee
    • Journal for History of Mathematics
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.53-68
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    • 2009
  • From ancient Greek times, the infinite concepts had debated, and then they had been influenced by Hebrew's tradition Kabbalab. Next, those infinite thoughts had been developed by Roman Catholic theologists in the medieval ages. After Renaissance movement, the mathematical infinite thoughts had been described by the vanishing point in Renaissance paintings. In the end of 1800s, the infinite thoughts had been concreted by Cantor such as Set Theory. At that time, the set theoretical trend had been appeared by pointillism of Seurat and Signac. After 20 century, mathematician $M\ddot{o}bius$ invented <$M\ddot{o}bius$ band> which dimension was more 3-dimensional space. While mathematicians were pursuing about infinite dimensional space, artists invented new paradigm, surrealism. That was not real world's images. So, it is called by surrealism. In contemporary arts, a lot of artists has made their works by mathematical material such as Mo?bius band, non-Euclidean space, hypercube, and so on.

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A Comparative Study on Louis L Kahn's Architectural Philosophy and Kabbalah based on Psychoanalysis (정신분석학에 의한 루이스 칸의 건축철학과 카발라와의 비교 연구)

  • Choi, Hyo-Sik
    • Journal of architectural history
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.85-105
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    • 2009
  • This study set out to compare and analyze the influences Kabbalah, which was Louis I. Kahn's faith as a Jew, on his architecture based on Freud's psychoanalysis that had many exchanges with modernism and contemporary architecture and theories. The specific goals of the study were to shed light to Kahn's presence in contemporary architecture anew and establish the methodology of using psychoanalysis in building new theories of architectural planning. When the theories of psychoanalysis were introduced for comparison and analysis purposes, Kahn tried to differentiate his buildings by placing a function or symbolic central space at the heart of a building even though he did adopt a characteristic of modernism architecture, which was placing a core at the centre of plan, for a while. Such a tendency of his was based on Jung's opinions rather than Freud's and affected by Ecole des Beaux-Art. The analysis results also indicate that he conceived "Served Space & Servant Space," "architecture of connection" and "silence and light" that made up the essence of his architectural theory from the relationships between Ayin-Sof, Kabbalah's absolute god, and Sefiroth. It's also very likely that his often use of triangles and circles in his architecture was affected by the Tree of Sefiroth diagram of Kabbalah. His tendency is well reflected in Salk Institute and Philips Exeter Academy Library, where he placed a laboratory or courtyard at the center where a core was supposed to be, created a corridor or courtyard space between those central spaces and the core, and connected them one another with to perceive the being of Ayin-Sof into an architectural space, which is well proven with Mikveh Israel Synagogue where he directly applied the Tree of Sefiroth diagram. The synagogue also contained a hollow column that served as an important concept in his late architecture. The hollow column was also the result of him applying the concept of Sefiroth of the place where Ayin-Sof Was reduced in Kabbalah.

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Understanding the Soteriology of the Film : Focusing on the 'The Human Complementation Project' (의 구원관 연구: '인류보완계획'을 중심으로)

  • Lee, Kil-Yong
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.1-16
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    • 2010
  • The purpose of this Paper is a studying the soteriology of the film 'The End of Evangelion'(1997). In many religions the human being is recognized as negative and defect existence, on this count human being needs the salvation. Therefor the word salvation implies the meaning of liberation or overcoming. On this point Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam are of one accord. The christianity sees the original sin as the human limits, and the buddhism points out the ignorance(無明, ajnana) of human being. The soteriology of the film 'The End of Evangelion' is similar to the above-mentioned religions. For that the terminology of 'the Human Complementation Project' is used in film. In many religions the salvation is fulfilled in this world, in other words 'now' and 'here' are emphasized fot the accomplishment of the salvation. In this point the film 'the End of Evangelion' stands on the same road with the other religions.

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A Study on the Analysis of Major Tarot and the Making of Beauty Tarot Design (메이저 타로카드 분석 및 뷰티타로카드 디자인제작 연구)

  • Lim, Doo-Kyu;Lim, Hee-Kyung
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.9 no.7
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    • pp.251-257
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    • 2018
  • Since the tarot is establishing itself as a play culture arousing the fun and curiosity from people, this study is intended to arrange an opportunity for people to have more interest in the beauty by the beauty tarot card. Hereby, the beauty tarot card was interpreted by applying the kabala focusing on the major Arcana card, a core element of the universal weight tarot, which was the basis of the tarot card based on the precedent study. A tool was made that the beauty tarot dot could be used as a counseling method by applying the beauty tarot card to 22 major Arcana after changing 4 elements: fire, water, air, and ground that were basic symbols of universal tarot card into the brush, foundation, eyebrows, and shadow, regarding them as the beauty-related symbol. It is thought that the made beauty tarot card will enable the tarot readers or relevant profession to give beauty-related counsel usefully to people interested in the tarot card. It is expected that the interest and concern for the beauty tarot card heightens, and the tarot cards according with various aesthetic domains such as the makeup, hair, skin, and nail art are produced in the future.