Video shows what maze means. A labyrinth; a puzzle consisting of a complicated network of paths or passages, the aim of which is to find one's way.. Something made up of many confused or conflicting elements; a tangle.. Confusion of thought; perplexity; uncertainty; state of bewilderment.. maze pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition by Wiktionary dictionary. maze meaning. Powered by MaryTTS
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Westworld's Maze seems to be the secret to this an story, so let's take a deeper look at what we know about it, the people who know about it, and lastly theories waiting to be proven wrong! What is the maze? Let's find out! I'Itoi Research http://www.earthart.org/happenings/kiva/labyrinths.html Picture One: /u/wizardofwestworld https://www.reddit.com/r/westworld/comments/5aknzj/new_custom_ww_poster/ Picture Two: /u/messypandas https://www.reddit.com/r/westworld/comments/5b3usi/i_made_a_fan_poster_for_the_show/ Picture Three: /u/I_LOVE_TO_DRAW https://www.reddit.com/r/westworld/comments/59obrt/oc_wip_westworld_fan_art_poster_i_am_working_on/ Picture Four: /u/wizardofwestworld https://www.reddit.com/r/westworld/comments/5902le/messing_around_with_some_custom_posters_ahead_of/ Orange: /u/MonstaGraphics Thanks to everyone that has shared the video, as well as the people submitting pictures for the community to us!
What is T-MAZE? what does T-MAZE mean? T-MAZE meaning - T-MAZE definition - T-MAZE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ In behavioral science, a T-maze (or the variant Y-maze) is a simple maze used in animal cognition experiments. It is shaped like the letter T (or Y), providing the subject, typically a rodent, with a straightforward choice. T-mazes are used to study how the rodents function with memory and spatial learning through applying various stimuli. Starting in the early 20th century, rodents were used in experiments such as the T-Maze. These concepts of T-mazes are used to assess rodent behavior. The different tasks, such as left-right discrimination and forced alternation, are mainly used with rodents to test reference and working memory. The T-maze is one of a group of various mazes of differing sizes and many shapes. It is one of the most simple, consisting of just two turns - right or left. The maze is only able to be altered by blocking one of the two paths. The basis behind the T-maze is to place the rat at the base of the maze. By placing a reward at one arm or both arms of the maze, the rat must make the choice of which path to take. The decision made by the rat can be a cause of a natural preference within the rat. A study of alternation can be performed by repeating the experiment multiple times with no reward in either arm of the maze. Another experiment that can be performed is the alternation of rewards each time the experiment is performed, proving the rat will choose the arm that was not visited each time the experiment starts. Rewards within the rats can be types of food, another rat within a cage, an odor, or a type of shelter. By performing this type of experiment, the rat's preferences can be determined. Examples of this could be a rat's food preferences, its familiarity with specific smells and scents, the attraction of the male and female within the maze, and whether a young rat prefers an adult female or an adult male. These simple experiments can determine the rat's psyche on multiple subjects, and ultimately divulge further into the rat's psychological characteristics. It is also important to consider the rodent's behavior. The use of spatial and non-spatial cues is very influential to research findings on memory, spatial learning and the long-term potential (LTP). These cues include the orientation of the maze, extra-maze cues and room configuration cues. Strategies may be affected by the rodent's ability to find cues in the room, the presence or absence of polarizing cues in the room, and the stability of the maze in the room. When analyzing and interpreting experimental data, researchers have to consider the orientation and configuration of the apparatus and cues in the room. This type of apparatus includes multiple T-mazes connected which result in a very complex maze. It is constructed of a high number of T-junctions. Each intersection remains the same length and scale, which gives every point within the maze a direct right or wrong answer. By not changing the size of the maze, it allows for the rat to focus on the decision and not be confused if the size of the maze was altered within the junctions. Multiple T-mazes are constructed to question response vs. place techniques and of cognitive direction and mapping. An example of an experiment within a multiple T-maze was performed by allowing the rat to explore the multiple T-maze without a reward. After letting the rat roam, researchers restarted the maze again with a reward placed at the end of the maze. The rats with prior exposure to the maze were able to easily navigate through the maze to reach the reward. This experiment proved that rats have the ability to generate a cognitive map when exposed to their surroundings and can process this information when needed to complete a task. Researchers have also created the Y-Maze which functions very similar to the T-maze. The Y-Maze is altered to have a more gradual change into the arms. The arms are also all equal in length and distance apart from one another. The Y-maze has proven to be easier for rats to understand the layout of the space and recognize rewards, similar pattern, and adapt to new experiments at a quicker pace....
When thinking of labyrinths, you might imagine a maze filled with twists and turns, or perhaps a hero battling a minotaur in the middle. In reality, a labyrinth is a tool crafted by many ancient cultures that is becoming increasingly relevant in our modern, chaotic times. Anyone seeking clarity and peace can walk in a labyrinth as a meditative and creative journey. With artist, educators, and a disparate band of fifteen students, Eliza built the first labyrinth in Lyon, France, this summer. She will share her global insights as well as how to take advantage of local labyrinths. Keep an open mind to the unexpected. When faced with a challenge, Eliza Pillsbury will not back down. Unless it is a sport, in which case she will gracefully leave that particular challenge to a more capable individual. Eliza is a romantic at heart, and is determined to move to France after college. She attends Houston’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts as a theatre student. She loves Polaroid photography, Jane Austen, experimental theatre, and Wes Anderson films. Anyone who wants to start an argument with Eliza should challenge the literary validity of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman, but only if prepared to encounter Eliza when she gets excited about something. She yearns to explore, create, travel, and tell stories. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
What is HEDGE MAZE? What does HEDGE MAZE mean? HEDGE MAZE meaning - HEDGE MAZE definition - HEDGE MAZE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A hedge maze is an outdoor garden maze or labyrinth in which the "walls" or dividers between passages are made of vertical hedges. Hedge mazes evolved from the knot gardens of Renaissance Europe, and were first constructed during the mid-16th century. These early mazes were constructed from evergreen herbs, but, over time, dwarf box became a more popular option due to its robustness. Italian architects had been sketching conceptual garden labyrinths as early as 1460, and hundreds of mazes were constructed in Europe between the 16th and 18th centuries. Initially, the hedge maze was not intended to confuse, but to provide a unicursal walking path. Puzzle-like hedge mazes featuring dead ends and tall hedges arrived in England during the reign of King William III of England. It was possible to get lost in the much-admired labyrinth of Versailles, built for Louis XIV of France in 1677 and destroyed in 1778. This maze was adorned with thirty-nine hydraulic sculpture groups depicting Aesop's fables. The oldest surviving puzzle hedge maze, at Hampton Court Palace in Surrey, England, was built for King William in the late 17th century. Its distinctive trapezoidal shape is due to pre-existing paths running alongside the maze. In modern times, hedge mazes have increased in complexity. A hedge maze at Longleat House in Wiltshire, England, designed in 1978, features a three-dimensional maze that uses bridges and a grid-less layout to confuse visitors.
Westworld Season 1 Ending Explained! What was Ford's master plan? What is the maze? What are the voices Dolores hears? Westworld all questions answered! Spoilers ahead! Westworld's season finale on HBO confirmed major theories about the timeline and the Man in Black, but other mysteries remain. Erik Voss answers all your questions from the season finale, including Ford's master plan, the maze, the bicameral mind, Maeve's escape, and Samurai World. What is the meaning of the phrase "these violent delights have violent ends"? Are Elsie and Stubbs still alive? What direction will the series go in season 2? Watch our other video explaining Westworld's timeline and the exact chronology as revealed in the season finale: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1JgaowjU90 Check out Filup Molina's predictions for Westworld Season 2 at SourceFedNERD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ph42K2TxIps CONNECT WITH US! Facebook: http://facebook.com/newmediarockstars Twitter: http://twitter.com/newrockstars Tumblr: http://newmediarockstars.tumblr.com Executive Producer: Jeben Berg Website: http://www.newmediarockstars.com SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR PATREON SUPPORTERS (http://www.patreon.com/newrockstars), including: Kenny Smith Kelly Hopper Kevin Chauhan Pony Stark Executive Producer: Jeben Berg Producer: Ted Marsden Host: Erik Voss (@eavoss) Writer: Erik Voss (@eavoss) Post Production Supervisor: Ericson Just (@justericson) Editor: Ericson Just (@justericson), Ted Marsden Creative Director: Filup Molina (@fimo)
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Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShenProductions/ Music by: Sledge: https://www.youtube.com/user/SledgeMusicRoom Ross Bugden: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ If I missed anything important, comment it down below. The movie itself is full of symbolism, each character having a different meaning behind them. For example: Detective Loki is the society trying to uncover the truth, meanwhile Keller is the exact opposite, he is the person that does not believe in the law, and is trying to take matter into his own hands, while crossing the line and becoming the villain. Holly Jones, or the kidnapper is the War against God, as mentioned in multiple scenes throughout the movie. Alex Jones and Bob Taylor are the Prisoners, as they are trapped in the maze of their own heads, unable to escape. So Holly and her husband used to be Christians, as said in the movie, they would "spread the good word". However, after their son died of cancer, they turned against God started kidnapping and killing children. Holly's husband actually paid a visit to the priest, confessing about his murders, and ended up killed and then kept in the priest's basement, where he is found by Det. Loki, later in the movie. After losing her husband, Holly Jones states that she started keeping children, instead of killing them, because she felt lonely. One of her victims is Bobby Taylor, who managed to escape, and the other one being Alex Jones. Anna and Joy were taken when Holly found them playing in the RV with Alex. Although we think Alex is guilty, it is later revealed in the movie that he never laid a hand on them, and that it was his aunt who decided they should stay. Alex Jones was being drugged regularly, explaining his behavior and his IQ of a 10-year old. While being tortured by Keller, he wouldn't speak because he was in a state of mind that Holly created over the years, he IS the prisoners of this movie and he's trapped in the maze of his own mind, which does not allow him to tell Keller the truth. Being tortured by Keller only traumatizes him even more. Bobby Taylor was also abducted and drugged by Holly as a child, but managed to get away. Even tho he escaped the vicious grips of Holly Jones, he was never able to be free because of the trauma he experience while being kidnapped. As the police mention it later in the movie, Bobby was imitating a book's behavior called "Finding The invisible man" His obsesseion with mazes and going to the candle service is all his mind trying to reinterpretate what happened to him. And also, he's the one that sneaked into Dover's and Birch's houses and stole a couple of their clothes, he was still trapped in the maze after all the years of abuse caused by Holly, that he was actually protecting them. A maze book is found and it says "Finish all the mazes and you can go home" This is given to the abducted children to mess with their minds, because the mazes in the book are unsolvable, which explains Bob Taylor's maze. Bob tries to help the police, but his damaged mind does not allow him to give out actual information. When Loki gets aggressive during interrogation and asks for specific answers, Bob says “I can’t …” and kills himself. Actual MK slaves are often programmed to commit suicide in these types of situations. So after Alex returns to his family and the girls are found, there is only one real Prisoner, and that is Keller. He crosses the line between goond and evil and dehumanizes himself by becoming an abductor. He becomes a prisoner, not only because he turned into a kidnapper, but also because he will go to jail for torturing an innocent man. As I said before, the movie is full of symbolic stuff, such as the snakes, the mazes and Detective Loki's tattoos and celtic ring, they are not explained throughout the movie and it is totally open to interpretation that they have a story and a meaning behind them, we just don't know what exactly they mean.