PVD Philosophy | S1E3 | Movicbot | 4K | English Subtitles in SubRip Format

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Rhode Island Foresight TV

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Rhode Island Foresight TV

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an Ri4CTV production

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an Ri4CTV film

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a film by Nickantony Quach

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PVD Philosophy

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A television series by Ri4CTV on YouTube

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with Nickantony Quach and “Skydio One”,

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his first self-flying camera

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PVD Philosophy – Season 1 Episode 3

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“Movicbot”

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Nickantony Quach and “Skydio One”

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“Skydio One”

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Camera from “Skydio One”

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Nickantony Quach

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Greetings! This is the voice of Nickantony Quach

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coming to you from the capitol of Rhode Island.

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Here, follow me and take a look at Providence and Rhode Island

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while looking for a better way to build your ideal self.

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To tell my story, in addition to Skydio, I also need to have this thing.

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It is made by Freefly Systems.

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from Washington State

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This thing is called, “Movi Cinema Robot”.

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“Movi?” I don’t like that name.

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I don’t want to talk about this.

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I want to talk about this.

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I’m going to give it a new name.

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Take a look at this.

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Movicbot! It’s easier to say.

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In the studio

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Hello again. I’m in the background here.

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You are looking at two different devices.

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This is my Movicbot and this is my Note 4.

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They both are set up and ready to go.

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Using the smartphone as its own camera,

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Movicbot will physically shake the phone such that…

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its movement will not be felt or seen by viewers.

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I’m going to give you a demo…

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and show you how the footage looks stable

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even while I quickly run upstairs with the camera.

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Let me take them outside

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and show you how they work with one another

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Rhode Island State House

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This view is from the back of the State House.

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You should know by now,

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I gave this particular device the name, “Skydio One”.

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At take-off, it begins filming right away.

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As you can see, both “Skydio One” and Movicbot are filming at the same time.

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While my “Skydio One” is flying itself,

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I use my hands to hold Movicbot

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as I aim its camera at “Skydio One”.

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I am now walking around in front of “Skydio One”.

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As soon as “Skydio One” detects someone approaching in front,

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it backs itself away from the intruder

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without straying its camera away from the filming direction.

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While struggling against shaky movements,

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both devices keep their footage from being seen as shaky

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As it struggles against the wind,

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“Skydio One” has to avoid so many branches on the tree

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while keeping its camera steady on both Movicbot and me.

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As it struggles against the walking movements,

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Movicbot keeps its camera steady on “Skydio One”.

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Let me run up the stairway ahead of us

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and see how steady Movicbot can hold the view on footage.

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*** View from phone held by Movicbot ***

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Whenever you hear “Skydio One” screaming, you know it’s the wind.

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Movicbot is so new to Android that…

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We have to ensure its firmware has the latest version

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Three basic concepts in PVD philosophy are version, baseline, and deliverable.

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Version; that means, a variant of the original.

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Baseline; that means, version for a new beginning.

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Deliverable;that means, a transferable baseline.

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As an example

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I am trying to write an article for my boss.

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When I begin, my baseline is a blank page.

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That is true for every writing project.

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On the first morning I wrote three paragraphs.

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That’s version 1 of my article.

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Version 1 has three paragraphs: A, B, and C.

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In the afternoon, I added two more paragraphs: D and E.

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Version 2 of my article now has

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five paragraphs – A, B, C, D, and E.

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In the morning, on the second day,

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I did not like the last two paragraphs.

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I decided not to start my day using version 2.

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Instead, version 1 is my baseline for the second day.

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Baseline; that means, version for a new beginning.

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That morning, I came up with

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two more paragraphs – F and G.

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Version 3 now has A, B, C, F, and G.

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In the afternoon, I added two more paragraphs H and I.

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Version 4 now has A, B, C, F, G, H, and I.

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My boss wanted to see what I did so far.

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Because I did not think the last two paragraphs H and I were perfect,

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I decided to give my boss Version 3,

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instead of the latest version I had.

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Deliverable; that means, transferable baseline.

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I used Version 3 as a deliverable to my boss,

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on the second day,

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but I used Version 4 as my baseline

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to start my work on the third day.

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The two extreme versions of the self are

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your present self and your ideal self.

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These concepts were already introduced in the very first episode.

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According to Thumos, also known as PVD philosophy,

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your ideal self and your present self are two different versions of the self.

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Your ideal self is the book you truly want to write.

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Your present self is the book you’ve already written.

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If you did not like the book, it is because…

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you did not write it using the outline

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as prepared for your ideal self.

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In other words, in that case, how you lived your life before…

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was not the way towards your ideal self.

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Otherwise, your present self should already be your ideal self.

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If you do not like what you got,

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change what you do.

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Various versions of the self are important concepts.

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Let’s take a closer look.

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On the Front Green of Brown University,

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there is a building called Manning Hall.

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It has four impressive columns at the front door.

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Let’s use them to represent four different versions of the self.

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From left to right, the four columns are for

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the self of the past, for the present,

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for the near future, and for the far future.

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For the far future, you need your ideal self.

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For the near future, you need your target self.

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The first column represents your baseline self.

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It never changes as it is part of the past.

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The second column represents your present self.

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Every morning, you have a new version of your present self.

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The third column represents your target self.

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This version of the self is for several months or several years from now.

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It is, for example,

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the self when you are done with high school or college.

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The last column represents your ideal self.

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That is what you want as the last version of the self.

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If you make plans for self development in the summer,

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your target self is what you truly want to become

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before you go back to school.

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Whenever you make new plans for self development,

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you should use a snapshot of your present self

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as your baseline self.

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Otherwise, it would be difficult to appreciate…

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your current progress in self development.

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What is present self? What is the self? What are its components?

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This TV series, “PVD Philosophy”, will tell you all about them,

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to make it easier for you to succeed in self development.

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PVD Philosophy – Season 1 Episode 3

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“Movicbot”

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The End

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