• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Google Glass and Museums - Museums and the Web Florence 2014
 

Google Glass and Museums - Museums and the Web Florence 2014

on

  • 1,785 views

"Google Glass and Museums" presentation for Museums and the Web Florence, Italy. Talk given on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 3:00pm - 4:30pm in Salone dei Cinquecento in the Palazzo Vecchio.

"Google Glass and Museums" presentation for Museums and the Web Florence, Italy. Talk given on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 3:00pm - 4:30pm in Salone dei Cinquecento in the Palazzo Vecchio.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,785
Views on SlideShare
1,705
Embed Views
80

Actions

Likes
5
Downloads
35
Comments
1

2 Embeds 80

https://twitter.com 77
http://tweetedtimes.com 3

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

CC Attribution License

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel

11 of 1 previous next

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Google Glass and Museums - Museums and the Web Florence 2014 Google Glass and Museums - Museums and the Web Florence 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • Google Glass and Museums Museums and the Web Florence 2014 #mwf2014 | @museweb these slides http://goo.gl/9Zp5Ar Neal Stimler Digital Media | The Metropolitan Museum of Art @nealstimler | +Neal Stimler
    • Disclaimer The remarks herein are the personal views of Neal Stimler and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
    • Introduction to Google Glass Martin Missfeldt “Google Glass Infographic” February 2013 http://www.brillen-sehhilfen.de/en/googleglass/ CC-BY
    • What is Google Glass? Google Glass is a wearable mobile device that brings the experience of one’s smartphone or tablet to into dialogue with the human body’s personal audiovisual environment. Google Glass is “a heads-up display for real life” as stated by Marques Brownlee in his video, Top 5 Wearable Tech! (Early 2014).
    • How does Google Glass work? Google Glass is tethered to one’s smartphone or tablet through the MyGlass application for Android or iOS. Google Glass receives and sends notifications back to one’s smartphone or tablet in combination with data via Bluetooth and WiFi. Google Glass is operated with a combination of voice commands and touch controls.
    • #ifihadglass The initial release of Google Glass was offered to those who submitted entries for the #ifihadglass competition via Twitter and Google Plus. Those accepted by Google had the opportunity to be among the first to purchase and test Google Glass out in the world. I applied to the #ifihadglass contest via Twitter in February 2013. I received Google Glass with support of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in July 2013.
    • Who are Google Glass Explorers? Google Glass Explorers are the beta testers for Google Glass. Google Glass Explorers develop new applications and experiment with use cases for the device in community with others. Google Glass Explorers have diverse interests, professions and skills.
    • Google Glass at The Metropolitan Museum of Art *Internal Incubation: personal trials and group demos for staff to incubate ideas for Google Glass' future application throughout the Museum *Artists and Developers: encourage study of collections; connect audiences to programs; foster new creativity in the arts *Done in collaboration with Met Media Lab, lead by Don Undeen, who is also a Google Glass Explorer. Collegial Outreach: personal trials and demos of Google Glass facilitated by Neal Stimler for the museum community
    • What can one do with Google Glass? Discover: learn new information faster than ever before, thereby building personal knowledge and enhancing professional skills Dialogue: more fluidly interact with applications and people in our daily lives Document: close the gap from cognition to capturing the world, whether for further reflection or immediate cultural contribution
    • Discover - Google Glass Applications ColorSnap Field Trip - important for cultural heritage* Compass Google Search Word Lens
    • Dialogue - Google Glass Applications Facebook Gmail Google Hangout IFTTT Google Now Twitter Google Plus Tumblr
    • Document - Google Glass Applications Evernote Posterboy Camera - Pictures - Video Video Voyager YouTube
    • Museums and Google Glass Kris Kitchen “My Lady of the Glass” January 21, 2014 CC-BY https://plus.google. com/u/0/100150542612276204049/posts/RoyA 6RxuHuy
    • Should Museums Engage Google Glass? Google Glass could have a transformative impact on museums as smartphones and tablets did previously. As a wearable technology, Google Glass makes possible immersive interactions with museums onsite and online. People may come to better understand the present and imagine our future when Google Glass is engaged with museum collections and programs.
    • Google Glass as a Mobile Device in Museums Google Glass should primarily be treated in the BYOD or Bring Your Own Device category of wearable devices in museums. Museums ought make their content openly available for use by popular third party mobile applications paired with Google Glass. It may be appropriate for museums to lend Google Glass or develop custom applications to meet needs of specific audiences and program objectives.
    • Museum Use Cases for Google Glass Conservation Education Digital Media Scholarship
    • Conservation - Use Cases for Google Glass Color Analysis Documentation - Notes - Pictures - Video
    • Digital Media - Use Cases for Google Glass Collection Digitization Multimedia Tours Digital Strategy Online Publication Media Production Social Media
    • Education - Use Cases for Google Glass Art-Making Free Choice Learning Accessibility Lectures - Deaf and Hard of Hearing Performances - Mobility Teacher Training Distance Learning Workshops
    • Scholarship - Use Cases for Google Glass Digital Publication Pictures Image Recognition Scholarly Discourse Research Video
    • Google Glass and Museums Conclusions Neal Stimler “My #museumselfie @metmuseum American Wing Charles Engelhard Court Gallery 700 tr.im/4rxxz . #googleglass pic. twitter.com/DftRPNrevy” CC-BY http://www.flickr. com/photos/52357995@N07/12526208095/
    • Why can Google Glass inspire us? Curiosity: desire to investigate new humanistic understandings of art and life Connection: enhanced recognition of links between applications, culture, information and social relationships Creation: ability to make and contribute to the flourishing of the arts and industry
    • WHAT, Museum USE CASES and WHY of Google Glass Discover, Dialogue and Document are what we can do with Google Glass. Museum use cases for Google Glass impact Conservation, Education, Digital Media and Scholarship. Curiosity, Connection and Creation are why we can be inspired by Google Glass.
    • Google Glass… ...can more intimately connect us to the revelatory experiences and people that define meaning in our lives, like art and museums.
    • Thank You Museums and the Web Florence 2014 Neal Stimler Digital Media | The Metropolitan Museum of Art @nealstimler | +Neal Stimler
    • Resources
    • Google Glass Resources from Google Google Glass Home Google Glass on Facebook Google Glass on Twitter Google Glass on Google Plus Google Glass Explorer Community on Google Plus
    • Other Google Glass Resources Andrej Karpathy Google Glass #ifihadglass Winners Google Glass Almanac Google Glass Apps Google Glass App Source
    • Museums and Google Glass Publications Featuring Neal Stimler Steinhauer, Jillian. “Smithsonian Brings Google Glass to the Museum.” Hyperallergic. February 11, 2014. Stimler, Neal. Interview. Museums and the Web Florence. “Who is going to be at #MWF2014: three questions to Neal Stimler.” By Valeria Gasparotti. February 12, 2014. Stimler, Neal and Gretchen Andrus Andrew. “Making New Art Inspired by the Met's Collections with Google Glass.” Digital Underground, February 6, 2014. Stimler, Neal. "Seeing the Met through Glass." Digital Underground, October 28, 2013.