Turningn Point of the Renaissance

Turning Point of the Renaissance
The changes of the Renaissance centered the idea of Humanism that focused   on human nature and concerns in oppose to the Christians and their beliefs on Christianity. In these three main categories; New Technology, Artistic Differences, and Birth of Humanism, explains the improving time period of the Renaissance.
Printing came to be reality when Johann Gutenberg, Johann Fust, and Peter Schoffer in 1454 experimented at Mainz and created movable type. Johann Gutenberg published the Gutenberg Bible, the first book printed by a machine using moveable type. The invention of printing changed the nature of book publishing, simultaneously increasing printing volume and decreasing prices.   The Mechanical clock (meaning “bells”), were used in Germany in the 1330s, France by the 1380s, and England by the 1370s and were installed on the cathedral or town church. This enabled Europeans to divide time into equal hours, allowing the working day to be fixed in both Winter and Summer.
Between the Medieval times and the Renasissance, Artists took another outlook on how art should be displayed. For instance, Renaissance’s style was more unique in its combination of modern and ancient influences whereas the Middle Ages remained consistent. Renaissance art is the constant evolution of techniques and materials (building of past accomplishments into new generations). Giotto was the first Renaissance artist to dabble (become involved superficially) in the techniques of perspective in search of the realism.  
Values dominated by the Church toward the philosophical principles of humanism. Italian people (mainly educated middle class), became interested in individual achievements and emphasized life in this world. This is opposed to preparation for life in the next world, which was stressed by religion. Renaissance thinkers decried medieval life as primitive and backwards, and looked further back in history to the time of ancient Greeks and Romans...