VISIONAIR WP 5 - UHD NETUltra High Definition Imaging distributed on optic network Grenoble Mar 2011 I2CAT, PSNC, University of Essex, University of Twente
Partners• 4 installations in Europe – I2CAT (Barcelona, Spain), – PSNC (Poznań, Poland), – University of Essex (Colchester, UK), – University of Twente (Twente, Netherlands).• Visualization and networking – High resolution facilities – Interconnected with high speed optical networks Slide 5 / 2
Content Distribution Infrastructure Direct link to digital cities: Amsterdam, Meerhoven and TU/e campusUK-wide Infrastructurefor advanced contentdistribution Networked Media Infrastructure for high quality content distribution in Poland *To add
Partners: I2CAT Advanced Media equipment: • HD professional cameras and capture cards • 3D HD displays • 3D HD capture cards • 4K tiled displays (SAGE) • Advance videoconferencing software • Transcoders
La Xarxa Transversal:un réseau de programeurs culturels
1. Établir la connection à très grande bande passanteentre les salles de Barcelona et les villes Gran Teatre del Liceu Teatre Bartrina - Reus Teatre Principal - Olot Teatre Monumental - Mataró Teatre de l’Escorxador - Lleida IP network entre 5 et 1Gpbs symetriques
2. Équiper les salles en studio de média• 2 Pcs portables• 1 audio card• 1 HD projector• Power amplifieraudio system.• Audio mixer.• Sony Anycast station• Open sotware:Scenic,DVTS, Videolan,...
3. Partager des événements culturels Poetry festivals Training Master Class Workshops Courses Conferences Performances
“ La difusión es donde la tecnologia ofrecemayores oportunidades a la opera en el sigloXXI” J. Matabosch.
La communicationBi-directionnelle entre les centres culturels
• 14 Interconnected cities Anella Cultural • in the Catalan Territory 19 Interconnected cultural Centers• A user driven Media use case • 59 Events programmed (accumulative February 2010) − 11 Operas; 5 Festivals; 16 Literature/poetry; 18 Debates/formation; 1 guide tour of an exhibition; 1 Theatre; 1 visual arts production; 6 others • 17.800 Audience (accumulative) • 3.500 Hours of digital stored Cultural content − Objectives in 2010 • Interconnect 5 more cities • 3 International Projects (South- America, Canada, Center-Europe) • To formalize the management team of the Cultural Ring • To share more than 25 new eventsEquipped with HD cameras, projectors, … perfect as a testbed for new media technologieswith users
Evolution A: Open networks, open source,open innovation-1991. “Internet is for everyone” ISOC.-2000. Web 2.0, Wikis, social netwoks-2001. Innocentive, crowdsourcing.-2005. “Democratizing innovation”....-2006. Corelabs project: Open Living labs.
Evolution B: Telecenters, community accessnetworks, citilabs-80s Freenets-90s Community networks, telecenters, digital literacy,-2000s. “Digital divide”-2010, Social networksBeyond..living labs, citilabs, innovation literacy
Citilab: The contextCornellá de Llobregat Working class city in metropolitan area of BCN 86.519 inhabitants,(INE 2009) . De-industrialization. Increasing service economy Elder population: 17,39% (BCN, 20,43%) Secondary educational centers (5). No university or tertiary center (BCN, 8) People with university degree, 9,31%. (BCN, 20,17%) Immigrants, 17,26% (BCN, 17,54%) http://www.diba.cat/hg2/menu_ind.asp
The current Citilab community- Two ongoing fieldworks studies, Columbia Univ. and Universitat de Barcelona (J. Colobrans).-In april 2010 Citilab has 4.500 registered members.-85% of them coming from Cornella and neighbors cities.-20% born in 42 countries outside Spain.-24% of members have tertiary education (vs. 9% in Cornella)-The basic question Citilab staff ask to the newcomer is: “What do you want to do? If you know how to do it , you can do it here by yourself. If not, we can help you. Sharing is our basic way of doing”.
Priority to local needs: bottom up approach.-Discovering local needs and opportunities. Ethnografic fieldwork.-Connecting local needs with global issues...or not yet.-From innovative topics to research ones.Examples:Users Project Research topic-Retired people 55+........ Seniorlab..............AAL and others-Second. Teachers (30-50s).. Digital Horchad......PLEs.-Musicians, (20-30s)............ Musiclab...............Digital content-Children (10-20).................. Scracht...............Comp.Thinking
Seniors are different!-Current seniors are healthier, they have more money, and more free time for learning, for being creative, and why not for participating in innovative projects...-Seniors (55-75) are not elders (80+).-One of the few areas in which Europe is just ahead of the rest of the world-Extension of neotenic characteristics. (Charlton, B.G. 2007)-How about a senior industry?: senior fashion, senior universities,knowledge tourism, etc.
A living lab on e-learning-The teachers need a living lab for innovating in teaching. – They are fed up of “technology harassment”-The “Hort Digital”, an innovative project for building a LL on e-learning, specially for teachers – A Personal Learning Environment (PLE) – A Problem based Learning approach-Results: – Very positive results with teachers – Support from the Dep. of Education to opening the project to other centers.
Edutech: Computational thinking foreveryoneScracht, learning programming with kids.
Citilab, where you can learn to innovate:90s. “Internet is for everyone”2010. To innovate is for everyone.
EnoLL-Europe 2010:the tip of a global open living labs movement
Redesigning the whole “national innovationsystems”The national innovation systems (Nelson,Rosenberg, Porter... 1993).Characteristics: – Science-Technology-Industry – Science the Enless Frontier, V. Bush – Linear model. R&D--->Innovation – Triple Helix, Universities, Gov., Industry – Clusters, (Porter)...
2. Opening user-driven models of innovationand research.Characteristics:-Open networks - Internets E2E Principle-Distributed virtual environments-Bottom up approach-From innovation to R&D.-From innovation from periphery to the center.-Long-Tail Innovation.