Over the Horizon - Gesture Computing - (2010) - Part II

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Horizon Report 2010: Gesture Computing;
NYLA-3Rs - Academic Librarians 2010
Faster than the Speed of Bytes: Technology, Cognition, and the Academic Librarian
June 7 & 8, 2010, Holiday Inn Downtown, Ithaca

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Over the Horizon - Gesture Computing - (2010) - Part II

  1. 1. GESTURE BASED COMPUTING (Four to Five Years)
  2. 2. The Promise of Gesture Computing for Libraries: Beyond organizing, storing, preserving, accessing, evaluating, producing, & teaching Will Libraries Be the Place For INTERACTING With Information
  3. 3. 2 Primary Forms Touch/Surface Based Interaction Imitative Input / Recognition Response
  4. 4. Touch/Surface Based: Portables The Apple iPad (large iPhone+)
  5. 5. Multi-Touch/Surface Based
  6. 6. Hybrid – Touch: Kno E-Textbook The KNO Digital Textbook http:/www.kno.com
  7. 7. Touch/Surface: SmartDesks
  8. 8. Touch/Surface Based: Table Surfaces Microsoft “Surface” at Ball State Library Microsoft “Surface” as UI (UX) Object Recognition
  9. 9. Touch/Surface Based: Walls These Walls Are Soooo 2008!
  10. 10. Touch/Surface: Walls Intel Infoscape Who Cubes Is Of Gonna Related Catalog Content This Content?
  11. 11. Touch/Surface: Apps That Imitate iPhone Guitar App. “Hoccer” App for iPhone/ Android/Web Client contacts, text, bookmarks, images, (coming soon - pdf & zip)
  12. 12. Gesture Imitation/Recognition Recognition and Response Technologies 2-Way Communication
  13. 13. Gesture Imitation/Recognition More Than A Toy Nintendo Wii Rehab Training Surgeons Wii Hacks
  14. 14. Gesture: Gaming Wii Walkthroughs From Conduit - Library of Congress For Nintendo Wii The Library of Congress The largest library in the world is no place for a gunfight, but try telling that to the Drudge, our future extraterrestrial overlords.
  15. 15. Gesture Imitation/Recognition Virtual Keyboards Are Here Oooo Look! Twitter!
  16. 16. Gesture Assistive Recognition The “Hummer Neckband” Converts Sound Vibrations into Computer Input Incl. Clicking Turning Pages Moves Mouse Hummer Neckband Developed at Bloorview Kids Rehab in Toronto
  17. 17. Gesture Imitation/Recognition Handtracking: The hardware for a new gesture-based computing system consists of nothing more than an ordinary webcam and a pair of brightly colored lycra gloves.
  18. 18. Gesture Imitation/Recognition Are You Ready for a “Sixth Sense” from MIT Labs
  19. 19. Is Thinking a Gesture? What’s Next?
  20. 20. Onto.. Visual Data Analysis

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