Multimedia Presentation on Obsolete & Emerging Technologies
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  • 1. Ashley OdomStudent ID: A00257081EDUC 7108-1 Emerging & Future Technologies
  • 2.  Invented by Roger Appledorn in the 1960s Decline in sales and use beginning in the mid 1990s
  • 3.  Invented by Gene Dolgoff in 1984 Allows projection for large spaces and can connect to computers, document cameras, mobile devices, etc.
  • 4.  In your opinion, how does the overhead projector differ from the LCD projector? If you had an overhead projector, how could it be used in your work? If you had an LCD projector, how could it be used in your work? Which of the two technologies would you prefer and why? Why do you think we see fewer overhead projectors at this campus than we do LCD projectors?
  • 5.  Troy Ramirez Associate IT Customer Service Representative, Hogg Middle School Interview Date: October 12, 2012 Troys interview.mp3
  • 6.  Tiffani Moseley 7th Grade Math Teacher, Hogg Middle School Interview Date: October 12, 2012 Tiffanis interview.mp3
  • 7.  Jermel Viltz Robotics Teacher, Hogg Middle School Interview Date: October 11, 2012 Interview with Viltz.mp3
  • 8.  Overhead projectors were used less over time Asinnovations were made, the need to create connectivity to technologies such as computers and document cameras became more ideal Deletedthe need for overhead projectors, allowed implementation of LCD projectors to emerge
  • 9.  Concept of overhead projector originated from the episcope Was not used practically until the 1940s by the military LCD projector was introduced while overhead projectors were still being used highly Strong emergence occurred with introduction of sophisticated monitors
  • 10.  Othertechnologies less sophisticated technologies before the overhead projector, none emergence as strongly LCD projector was less disruptive technology; expected with the emergence of the computer
  • 11.  Concept of overhead projector began in the early 1900s with the episcope Overheadprojector emerged during the 1940s and later was used in conjunction with the computer LCD projector was created with the evolution of the liquid crystal display and the need for a smaller device
  • 12.  Bothoverhead projectors and LCD projectors were being used in the early to mid 1990s LCD projector surpassed the overhead projector as a more suitable companion to the computer
  • 13.  Both types of technology were at the forefront for projection needs Overhead projector was not able to step ahead of LCD projector (older technology) Red.mp3
  • 14.  Popularity is beginning to wane during 2000s New technologies such as Digital Light Processing (DLP), plasma and Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) are emerging Expect to be obsolete within the next 10 years Future.mp3
  • 15.  Bothtechnologies provide projection services and can be used within K-12 education. Astechnology has progressed, the LCD projector has moved to the forefront as the more efficient technology. Withinthe future, this technology, like others before it, will become obsolete as another form emerges with the times.
  • 16.  Answers Corp. (n.d.). Who invented the LCD projector? Retrieved on November 15, 2012 from Laureate Education Inc. (2009). Six forces that drive emerging technologies: Author Memebridge. (2012). Who invented the overhead projector? Retrieved on November 14, 2012 from overhead-projector.html Thornburg, D. (2008c). Red Queens, butterflies, and strange attractors: Imperfect lenses into emergent technologies. Lake Barrington, IL: Thornburg Center for Space Exploration. Tsivkin, Roman. (2010). About LCD projectors. Retrieved on November 17, 2012 from