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Mozilla - Building the Gigabit Web - US Ignite Application Summit 2013

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Mozilla, Building the Gigabit Web, Prototypes from the Mozilla Community. US Ignite Application Summit 2013

Mozilla, Building the Gigabit Web, Prototypes from the Mozilla Community. US Ignite Application Summit 2013

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  • Hi, everyone. I’m Will Barkis, Mozilla’s “Gigabit Developer Evangelist” and Project leader for Mozilla Ignite.
  • richer more life-like more immersive apps
  • >> emphasize that you can get your hands on many of these at the App Expo coming up right after this talk in the other room >> these teams are looking to take their gigabit prototypes and push them further with Minimum Viable Pilots and are looking for partners to do so. >> most of the code running these amazing apps is open source, hackable and linked to from the teams’ project pages. Developers out there, I’m talking to you. :) Please hold your applause until the end. And without further ado... the Winners!

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  • 1. Building the Gigabit Web: Prototypes from the Mozilla community
  • 2. Will Barkis Project Lead, Mozilla Ignite
  • 3. How will gigabit networks empower end-users?
  • 4. 15 events 500+ participants 305 ideas submitted 22 apps funded $500,000
  • 5. What we see:
  • 6. What we see: 1) Real-world-quality communication
  • 7. What we see: 1) Real-world-quality communication 2) Immersive experience
  • 8. What we see: 1) Real-world-quality communication 2) Immersive experience 3) Ubiquitous computation
  • 9. What we see: 1) Real-world-quality communication 2) Immersive experience 3) Ubiquitous computation 4) Evidence everywhere
  • 10. Bigger surface area for the mind.
  • 11. Announcing the Winners mozill a 22 Mozilla Ignite teams $500,000 in prizes
  • 12. 1) Real-Time Emergency Response - $50,000 “Provide eyes & ears for emergency responders using live video & social media data”
  • 13. 2) engage 3D - $50,000 “Create engaging learning experiences using real-time 3D telepresence”
  • 14. 3) Remote Process Control using a Reliable Communication Protocol - $50,000 “Make the Internet more reliable for tele- surgery, 3D printing and much more”
  • 15. 4) High Quality Open Source Web Conferencing - $45,000 “Every child with a browser should have access to a high quality education”
  • 16. 5) OpenPath - $32,500 “Mobile, ‘path’-based collaborative learning in real-time”
  • 17. 6) Hyperaudio Pad - $30,000 “Learn, edit & remix media through a simple text interface to audio & video”
  • 18. 7) Easy 3D - $25,000 “Flickr for 3D = share, annotate & collaborate around 3D objects”
  • 19. 8) Simulation-as-a-Service for Advanced Manufacturing - $25,000 “Remote access to software , modeling and compute resources through a desktop-as-a- service system”
  • 20. 9) PlanIT Impact - $20,000 “Understand & participate in decisions in your community with data visualization & 3D tools”
  • 21. 10) Cizzle (Collaborative Science Learning Environment) - $20,000 “Collaborate & learn in immersive 3D environments that users can experience & modify simultaneously”
  • 22. 11) KinectHealth - $20,000 “Stay connected to your friends & trainers to achieve fitness goals from anywhere”
  • 23. 12) euMetrica - $17,500 “Monitor & alert patients & physicians with real-time cloud-based analysis of health sensors”
  • 24. 13) Software Lending Library - $17,500 “Check out software from the library using ultrafast low-latency networks”
  • 25. 14) Brief+Case Health - $15,000 “Students, parents & physicians can come together at school with simple multi-party telemedicine”
  • 26. 15) Luminosity - $10,000 “Scientists & citizens can collaborate on large data using web-based tools”
  • 27. 16) PeerCDN - $10,000 “Experience a better web with peer-based Content Delivery Networks”
  • 28. 17) Optimizing Public Transit - $10,000 “Smart transit planning through real-time data analysis”
  • 29. 18) Rashomon: Multi-Perspective Chronology - $7,500 “Tell the story of an event from audio & video simultaneously brought together from many users”
  • 30. 19) FloodCube: National Flood Information Platform - $7,500 “Predict floods & tailor alerts for users using real-time analysis of all national watersheds”
  • 31. 20) Cyber Physical Collaboration for Advanced Manufacturing - $7,500 “Students & engineers can use haptic feedback in virtual manufacturing environments to learn & create”
  • 32. 21) WeCounsel - $7,500 “Psychological counseling & therapy at a distance using high-quality videoconferencing”
  • 33. 22) Banyan - $7,500 “Version control & collaboration tools for scientists”
  • 34. Thank you!
  • 35. Thank you!
  • 36. 4 features: 1) Real-world-quality communication 2) Immersive experience 3) Ubiquitous computation 4) Evidence everywhere
  • 37. 3 reasons to invest: 1) Empowerment 2) Connectedness 3) Opportunity
  • 38. 2 CTAs: 1) Explore these apps 2) Pilot them in your community
  • 39. Let’s pilot these in your communities. will@mozillafoundation.org