Reality | Non-Fiction
Non-Fiction characters are real-life people who labor to make movies or film what they are. They add glamour, enthusiasm, persona, and energy to a film. Some have risen to fame to become celebrities and mega-celebrity with wealth, fame, and following behind their back. Famous non-fiction character includes Michael Fassbender who took the role of Steve Jobs, Daniel Day-Lewis as Abraham Lincoln, Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher, Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking, Sterling K. Brown as Christopher Darden, Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe, Benjamin Kingsley as Mohandas Gandhi, Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, Diana Ross as Billie Holiday, and Denzel Washington as Malcolm X.
Reality television has become very popular in the last ten years. The reality TV genre started with Big Brother, which was a TV show broadcast every single day which screened a group of people living in a house together. People seemed to love it. Reality TV documents people going about their everyday activities, but often these people are famous, or have something special about them. Keeping Up With The Kardashians is a really popular reality TV show. The show follows the Kardashian family go about their daily lives. Not much happens but it has made them really famous and now they are really really rich.
Reality TV or reality television is a genre of television programming that may present unscripted dramatic or humorous situations, documents actual events, and features ordinary people rather than professional actors. Reality TV can be described as a form of an artificial or heightened documentary. The TV genre has always existed, but increased in popularity around the year 2000
Reality can be defined as all that is real or existent within a system in opposition to what is only imaginary. Reality can be defined as the totality of a system, and is either known or unknown. Human perception through each of the human senses affects how reality and the world appears to the individual.
Augmented reality or AR, is the interactive experience of a realistic environment in which the objects of the real world are enhanced by a computer in all senses including visual, auditory, touch, and smell. Augmented reality adds to what is existing rather than replacing it like virtual reality. Augmented reality has been around since the 1990s, but is often presented as futuristic technology.