NISO Virtual Conference: Future Perfect: How Libraries are Implementing Emerging Technologies

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As former Library Journal Editor-in-Chief Francine Fielkoff wrote in an editorial last year, "Libraries Should Be What Users Want—With a Little Help from Librarians." Libraries everywhere are planning, strategizing, experimenting, and conversing with their users in order to realize how they may best serve as successful learning spaces in rapidly-changing technological, social and economic environments.

Creation is often seen as an important theme of future community spaces - supporting 3D printers and other means of publishing content are a few examples of how libraries may stake their willingness to extend their capabilities in managing shared resources beyond those of an information provider to an information creator.

Join NISO in its first Virtual Conference as we explore this theme with a range of experts - we aim to interact with the audience as much as possible to extend the conversation with those who are attending.

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    1. 1. http://www.niso.org/news/events/2013/virtual/futureNISO Virtual Conference: Future Perfect: How Libraries Are Implementing Emerging Technologies February 20, 2013 Speakers: Jason Griffey, Christine Perey, Sue Considine, Michael Weinberg, Rivkah Sass, David Fiander
    2. 2. NISO Virtual Conference: Future Perfect: How Libraries Are Implementing Emerging TechnologiesAgenda11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Keynote – Overview of the emerging technology landscape
Presenter: Jason Griffey, Head ofLibrary Information Technology, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga12:00 p.m. – 12:45 p.m. Augmented Reality
Presenter: Christine Perey, PEREY Research & Consulting 

12:45 p.m. –1:45 p.m. Lunch break 

1:45 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. 3D Makerspaces
Presenter: Susan Considine, Executive Director,Fayetteville Free Library

2:15 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. 3D Printing: Intellectual Property Concerns
Presenter: MichaelWeinberg, Senior Staff Attorney and Innovation Evangelist, Public Knowledge

3:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Break 

3:15 p.m.– 3:45 p.m. Espresso Implementation
Presenter: Rivkah Sass, Library Director, Sacramento Public Library

3:45 p.m. –4:15 p.m. Library in a Box (Bibliobox)
Presenter: David Fiander, Web Services Librarian, Western University

4:15 – 5:00p.m. Roundtable discussion: Implementing Emerging Technologies at Your Institution 
Facilitated by Todd Carpenter,Executive Director, NISO
    3. 3. MobileAugmented Reality Christine Perey PEREY Research & Consulting
    4. 4. Agenda Mobile AR Overview 10 min- Concepts - Popular Uses- Terminology in Consumer and Enterprise February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 2
    5. 5. Agenda Mobile AR Overview 10 min 10 min- Concepts - Popular Uses - New Publishing- Terminology in Consumer and Paradigm Enterprise - Digital information Management and Delivery February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 2
    6. 6. Agenda Mobile AR Overview Why does it matter? 2013 Trends 10 min 10 min 10 min- Concepts - Popular Uses - New Publishing- Terminology in Consumer and Paradigm Enterprise - Digital information Management and Delivery February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 2
    7. 7. Agenda Mobile AR Overview Why does it matter? 2013 Trends 10 min 10 min 10 min 10 min- Concepts - Popular Uses - New Publishing - Innovation- Terminology in Consumer and Paradigm - Challenges Enterprise - Digital information Management and Delivery February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 2
    8. 8. February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    9. 9. February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    10. 10. camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    11. 11. camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    12. 12. camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    13. 13. camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    14. 14. camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    15. 15. Thonon-les-Bains camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    16. 16. Geneva Thonon-les-Bains camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    17. 17. Mont Blanc Geneva Thonon-les-Bains Lake Geneva camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    18. 18. Mont Blanc Geneva Thonon-les-Bains Lake Geneva camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    19. 19. Mont Blanc Geneva Thonon-les-Bains Lake Geneva Arriving in Montreux in 15 min camera, GPS, compass, accelerometer, microphoneFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 3
    20. 20. User Experience Geo- Vision SpatialStationary and 2D and 3D Mobile Infra- Content structure February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 4
    21. 21. User Experience Indoor Outdoor Orientation Geo- Vision SpatialStationary and 2D and 3D Mobile Infra- Content structure February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 4
    22. 22. User Experience Photo Indoor Video Outdoor Geo- Depth Orientation Vision Stereo SpatialStationary and 2D and 3D Mobile Infra- Content structure February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 4
    23. 23. User Experience Sounds Touch Photo Indoor Taste Video Outdoor Smell Geo- Depth Orientation Vision Stereo SpatialStationary and 2D and 3D Mobile Infra- Content structure February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 4
    24. 24. User Experience Sounds Touch Photo Indoor Taste Video Outdoor Smell Geo- Depth Orientation Vision Stereo SpatialStationary and 2D and 3D Mobile Infra- Content structure Digital Objects Interactivity February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 4
    25. 25. User Experience Sounds Touch Photo Indoor Taste Video Outdoor Smell Geo- Depth Orientation Vision Stereo SpatialStationary and 2D and 3D Mobile Infra- Content structure Digital Objects Interactivity Devices Input/Output February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 4
    26. 26. User Experience Sounds Touch Photo Indoor Taste Video Outdoor Smell Geo- Depth Orientation Vision Stereo SpatialStationary and 2D and 3D Mobile Infra- Content structureConnectivity Digital ObjectsDatabases InteractivitySecurity Devices Input/Output February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 4
    27. 27. Often confused with Visual SearchFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 5
    28. 28. Often confused with Visual Search• Google GogglesFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 5
    29. 29. Often confused with Visual Search• Google GogglesFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 5
    30. 30. Often confused with Visual Search• Google Goggles• Nokia Point & FindFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 5
    31. 31. Often confused with Visual Search• Google Goggles• Nokia Point & Find• kooaba Interactive PrintFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 5
    32. 32. Often confused with Visual Search• Google Goggles• Nokia Point & Find• kooaba Interactive Print• Ricoh iCandy (iPhone)February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 5
    33. 33. Categories of AR Experiences Real World Target/Reference 2D 3D Augmentation complexity and detailFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 6
    34. 34. Categories of AR Experiences Real World Target/Reference 2D 3D Augmentation complexity and detail Target DetectionComputer GeoSpatialVision February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 6
    35. 35. Categories of AR Experiences Real World Target/Reference 2D 3D Augmentation complexity and detail Target DetectionComputer GeoSpatialVision Digital Object (temporal domain) Static Dynamic February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 6
    36. 36. Categories of AR Experiences Real World Target/Reference 2D 3D Augmentation complexity and detail Target DetectionComputer GeoSpatialVision Digital Object (temporal domain) Static Dynamic Open Interactions In Another Experience Application February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 6
    37. 37. Categories of AR Experiences Real World Target/Reference 2D 3D Augmentation complexity and detail Target DetectionComputer GeoSpatialVision Digital Object (temporal domain) Static Dynamic Open Interactions In Another Experience Application Point of ViewElse Devicewhere February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 6
    38. 38. Distinguish Delivery PlatformsIndustrial AR Desktop AR Mobile ARFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 7
    39. 39. Distinguish Delivery PlatformsIndustrial AR Desktop AR Mobile AR Professional UsersFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 7
    40. 40. Distinguish Delivery PlatformsIndustrial AR Desktop AR Mobile AR Professional Users Consumers/General PublicFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 7
    41. 41. Distinguish Delivery PlatformsIndustrial AR Desktop AR Mobile AR Professional Users Consumers/General Public All Target Audiences have Use CasesFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 7
    42. 42. Popular Mobile AR Consumer Use Cases (2013)Guides Social• Travel/Transportation • AR photos• Visitor Guides • Service/business reviews• Cultural Heritage• ArchitectureMedia (Visual) Marketing• Television • Catalogs• Magazines • Coupons • Brand awarenessFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 8
    43. 43. Finding your way Acrossair Nearest Tube application for iPhones http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2uH-jrsSxs IBM Seer application for Android Note that live tweets are embedded in the pop-up screen http://www.youtube.com/IBMScout#p/a/u/2/BMLgHGV4zWMFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 9
    44. 44. Guides All Hail Damien Hirst Tate Modern Yelp Monocle Music history appreciation metaio Soccer stadium Google Goggles Bauer Verlag 150+ museumsFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 10
    45. 45. Retail Shopper Tissot Watch campaign on High Street in GQ and T3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM70yME1OLk& Hostage Wear http://site.layar.com/company/blog/layer-of-the-week-shop- till-you-drop-in-the-new-hostage-virtual-shopping-layer Adidas Neighborhood http://www.adidas.com/campaigns/originals_ss10/content/microsites/neighborhood/default.aspxFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting
    46. 46. More RetailChinese e-commerce companyYihaodian, opened 1,000 virtualsupermarketshttp://www.zdnet.com/cn/yihaodian-plans-1000-augmented-reality-virtual-supermarkets-7000005822/ IKEA’s 2013 catalog https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ikea.catalogue.androi d&hl=en February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 12
    47. 47. AutomotiveBMW interface for the car General Motors and Carnegie Mellon University February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 13
    48. 48. Emerging Mobile AR Enterprise Use Cases (2013)Architecture, Construction TransportationEngineering • Repair/Maintenance• Pre-viewing plans • Training• Certifications • Design• Training • Manufacturing Energy• Repair/Maintenance• TrainingGovernment• Public Safety• PlanningFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 14
    49. 49. Emerging Mobile AR Enterprise Use Cases (2013)Architecture, Construction TransportationEngineering • Repair/Maintenance• Pre-viewing plans • Training• Certifications • Design• Training • Manufacturing Energy• Repair/Maintenance• TrainingGovernment• Public Safety• PlanningFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 49 14
    50. 50. Use Cases Numerous, DiverseFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 15
    51. 51. Use Cases Numerous, Diverse • Return on Investment • Quality experiences • Flexibility • Cost • Speed (time to develop) • Support • Client satisfaction/engagement with users • New client leads from AR tools providers • Roadmap with many, frequent improvementsFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 51
    52. 52. Urban Planning & DevelopmentFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 16
    53. 53. Mobile AR andthe future of Information Publishing
    54. 54. AR Continues what the Internet BeganAugmented Reality Interaction Physical The Physical World with physical Objects (e.g. world parts Printed Media) New Media Digital Media designed on CD-ROM for the Web The Digital World On the Web February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 18
    55. 55. Information publishers• Development, acquisition, editing, graphic design, production – printing (and its electronic equivalents), and marketing and distribution• Usually control advertising and marketing, outsource everything elseFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 19
    56. 56. Print/Publishing Augmented (3D) Atlas metaio How to books HIT Lab New ZealandDragonology published by Templarhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hv3d0wnSWLg Esquire Augmented Reality issue http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGwHQwgBzSI
    57. 57. AR Content Segment• Digital objects for augmentations – Text – Images – Video clips – Audio clips – Animations – 3D objectsFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 21
    58. 58. AR Content Segment• Digital objects for augmentations – Text – Images – Video clips – Audio clips – Animations – 3D objects• Adapting what is already availableFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 21
    59. 59. AR Content Segment• Digital objects for augmentations – Text – Images – Video clips – Audio clips – Animations – 3D objects• Adapting what is already available• Produced semi-automatically or manuallyFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 21
    60. 60. 2013 Trends in Mobile ARFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 22
    61. 61. Content Preparation• Developing Content Management Systems – Existing databases and formats (WFS, BIM, XML) – Integrate AR CMS with publisher CMS • Services (Yelp, Hotels.com) • Retail (A9 Flow and Amazon)• Creation of assets – More automatic creation – Capture and robustness of reference (feature extraction)February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 23
    62. 62. Content Preparation• Developing Content Management Systems – Existing databases and formats (WFS, BIM, XML) – Integrate AR CMS with publisher CMS • Services (Yelp, Hotels.com) • Retail (A9 Flow and Amazon)• Creation of assets – More automatic creation – Capture and robustness of reference (feature extraction)February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 23
    63. 63. Content Preparation• Developing Content Management Systems – Existing databases and formats (WFS, BIM, XML) – Integrate AR CMS with publisher CMS • Services (Yelp, Hotels.com) • Retail (A9 Flow and Amazon)• Creation of assets – More automatic creation – Capture and robustness of reference (feature extraction)February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 23
    64. 64. Content Preparation• Developing Content Management Systems – Existing databases and formats (WFS, BIM, XML) – Integrate AR CMS with publisher CMS • Services (Yelp, Hotels.com) • Retail (A9 Flow and Amazon)• Creation of assets – More automatic creation – Capture and robustness of reference (feature extraction)February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 23
    65. 65. Content Preparation• Developing Content Management Systems – Existing databases and formats (WFS, BIM, XML) – Integrate AR CMS with publisher CMS • Services (Yelp, Hotels.com) • Retail (A9 Flow and Amazon)• Creation of assets – More automatic creation – Capture and robustness of reference (feature extraction)February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 23
    66. 66. “Realism” of Experiences• Gravity – Orientation of augmentations in realistic manner – Physics/physical properties• Textures, shadows, occlusions – Light sensitivity – Depth sensing (early days)• Stability – Real objects, people and buildings do not jitterFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 24
    67. 67. Spatial Perception ProblemFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 25
    68. 68. Spatial Perception ProblemFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 25
    69. 69. Challenges to Mobile AR GrowthChallenge Business Technology TrendingGetting Enabled Users Aware ✔ From Aware-to-Active ✔ (Resistance to Change)Unproven Business Models ✔ HighLow Sensor Precision ✔ High Power Consumption ✔ HighHigh Device Fragmentation ✔ ✔ Eye-Level Experience/Hands-Free Use ✔ ✔ Insufficient Good/Excellent Content/Too ✔ ✔ HighLittle Premium ContentFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 26
    70. 70. Challenges to Mobile AR GrowthChallenge Business Technology TrendingGetting Enabled Users Aware ✔ From Aware-to-Active ✔ (Resistance to Change)Unproven Business Models ✔ HighLow Sensor Precision ✔ High Power Consumption ✔ HighHigh Device Fragmentation ✔ ✔ Eye-Level Experience/Hands-Free Use ✔ ✔ Insufficient Good/Excellent Content/Too ✔ ✔ HighLittle Premium ContentFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 27
    71. 71. Challenges to Mobile AR GrowthChallenge Business Technology TrendingGetting Enabled Users Aware ✔ From Aware-to-Active ✔ (Resistance to Change)Unproven Business Models ✔ HighLow Sensor Precision ✔ High Power Consumption ✔ HighHigh Device Fragmentation ✔ ✔ Eye-Level Experience/Hands-Free Use ✔ ✔ Insufficient Good/Excellent Content/Too ✔ ✔ HighLittle Premium ContentFebruary 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 28
    72. 72. Augmented Reality: Continuing what the Internet Began Christine Perey Reality cperey@perey.com +41 79 436 68 69 Improved +1 (617) 848-8159February 20, 2013 PEREY Research & Consulting 29
    73. 73. Library Makerspaces Sue Considine, Executive Director Leah Kraus, Virtual Branch DirectorLauren Britton, Transliteracy Development Director Fayetteville Free Library
    74. 74. Technology & Libraries• Technology has changed the way interact with each other and our environments• Until quite recently, we have not expanded our definition of literacy to incorporate these changes in order to support a read-write culture in our communities
    75. 75. Library Makerspaces• What is a makerspace?• What do they do?
    76. 76. What do Makerspaces do?• They give people tools to create, to hack, to remake their world for the better
    77. 77. Why?“Instead of trying to interest kids in science as received knowledge, it’s possible to equip them to do science, giving them both the knowledge and the tools to discover it. Instead of building better bombs, emerging technology can help build better communities.”-Neil Gershenfeld
    78. 78. Culture of Innovation• What is it?• How do you create it?
    79. 79. Barriers to Innovation• Funding• Decision Makers• Space• Safety/Liability
    80. 80. Tools and Tech• Sewing Machines• Vinyl Cutter• Soldering Irons• 3D printers• Green Screen• Podcasting Station• Whatever your patrons can dream up!
    81. 81. Programming Ideas• Take-A-Part Thursdays• Make Your Own Book• STEAM Punk Club• Borrow-a-Bot• Bike Repair• Crafting Club
    82. 82. More than a Makerbot• Not just about technology• Focus on giving our members the tools they need to create
    83. 83. Thank you! Sue Considine, Executive Director Fayetteville Free Library sconsidine@fflib.org www.fflib.org twitter http://www.twitter.com/sconsidine facebook http://www.facebook.com/sue.considine1LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/sueconsidine1
    84. 84. 3D Printing:Libraries and Intellectual PropertyCan be Friends(or at least not enemies) NISO Virtual Conference Michael Weinberg @mweinbergPK
    85. 85. 3D Printing?
    86. 86. flickr user Tony Buser flickr user popculturegeek.com
    87. 87. Thingiverse user Miax Thingiverse user MacG Thingiverse user sethmoser
    88. 88. ©
    89. 89. Flickr user planetc1
    90. 90. Flickr user SeAMKKorkeakoulukirjasto
    91. 91. Patent
    92. 92. Thingiverse user RichMac Thingiverse user petropixel Thingiverse user 271828Thingiverse user robohand Thingiverse user Roboduck Thingiverse user obij
    93. 93. Items Createdwitha 3D Printer Items Protectable by IP Items Protected by IP
    94. 94. www.publicknowledge.org/blog
    95. 95. .org@publicknowledge@mweinbergPKmweinberg@publicknowledge.org creative commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0
    96. 96. Sacramento Public Library’sI Street Press Community Connections and Civic Engagement: Building Community One Book at a Time Rivkah K. Sass |Library Director Sacramento Public Library
    97. 97. What Today is About• The Vision for Community-Based Publishing at SPL• How We Built It• Where We Are Going• Challenges• What’s Next?
    98. 98. What Are We Trying to Build?• A Publishing Venture• An Educational Venture• An Outlet for Creativity• A Grand Experiment in Civic Engagement• A Strategy for the Library
    99. 99. The Mechanics• LSTA Grant• Machine and Software• Maintenance, Training, Support• Development, Delivery of Classes• “EspressNet” Software• SuSupplies
    100. 100. The Vision• Creating a Community Living Room Centered Around Creativity – The Library as Convener• Local Writing Programs are Disappearing• Established Writers Inspiring New or Want-to-be Writers• The “press of choice” for the community• “Out of being a reader comes the writer”
    101. 101. The Business• Writing Classes to Replace Those Being Dropped by Extension Program• Publishing Center – high-touch POD for local authors• Building Community to Build Support for the Library
    102. 102. What’s Been Published• Memoirs• Family Histories• Anthologies• The Constructive Extermination of Women of Color: Consequences of Perpetual Socio-Economic Marginalization• Homeless Poet
    103. 103. How It’s Working• Since November 2011 – More than 50 Titles – More than 5,000 Books• A Lot of Help from Our Friends
    104. 104. What Works• Workshops –Two-hour workshops are well attended and well received
    105. 105. What Really Works – Info Sessions• Every two weeks• Conducted by volunteers – Intro to the world of self publishing – Personal projects • Family history • Cookbooks
    106. 106. What Makes People Come?• Want to tell their personal stories• Connect with a community of writers• Looking for expertise they don’t have (editor, designer, sounding board)• How do I design my book?
    107. 107. Challenges• Perception of the Library as “free”• Mechanics• Staffing• Funding workshops• Sustainability
    108. 108. What’s Next• Looking beyond the machine• Finding outside support• E-books?
    109. 109. For More Informationhttp://www.saclibrary.org/?pageId=1599 Rivkah K. Sass | Library Director Sacramento Public Library rsass@saclibrary.org istreet@saclibrary.org
    110. 110. Library Box AndLow-Cost Innovation David J. Fiander Western University London, Ontario
    111. 111. PirateBox
    112. 112. Photo by Jason Griffey: http://www.flickr.com/photos/griffey/6868123688
    113. 113. LibraryBox in the Wild
    114. 114. Unglue.it: Distributing Free Culture Photo by David King: http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidking/8429316439
    115. 115. Open = Inexpensive
    116. 116. Contact: David Fiander,Web Services Librarian +1 519 661 2111 ext 86369 http://www.lib.uwo.ca Western Libraries University of Western Ontario
    117. 117. NISO Virtual ConferenceFuture Perfect: How Libraries Are ImplementingEmerging TechnologiesQuestions?All questions will be posted with presenter answers onthe NISO website following the webinar:http://www.niso.org/news/events/2013/virtual/future NISO Virtual Conference • February 20, 2013
    118. 118. THANK YOU Thank you for joining us today.Please take a moment to fill out the brief online survey. We look forward to hearing from you!

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