Mark A. Smith
 SUNY Ceramics at!Alfred
           Joan Getman
      Cornell University
       Dr. Harry Pence
SUNY Oneonta...
Implications for Academic Libraries include:
Implications for Academic Libraries include:
Implications for Academic Libraries include:
Implications for Academic Libraries include:
Academic Librarians 2010
Faster than the Speed of Bytes: Technology, Cognition, and the Academic Librarian



            ...
Horizon
Report
2010


   
   
   
       
       
       
       
    
   
   
   

                                      ...
Goals


•  IdenCfy
BIG
trends

•  IdenCfy
challenges

•  IdenCfy
6
emerging
technologies
or
pracCces

   and
place
them
on...
Immersion

•  Collec2ve
intelligence:
50+
Advisory
Board
members

•  Wiki:
online
collaboraCon
environment

•  Social
book...
You
can
parCcipate

•  Comment
on
the

2010
Horizon
Report


   hUp://wp.nmc.org/horizon2010/

•  Tag
Resources
hz010


  ...
Delicious:
ALIB2010

2008


•    Grassroots
Video

•    CollaboraCon
Webs

•    Mobile
Broadband

•    Data
Mashups

•    CollecCve
Intelligenc...
2009


•    Mobiles

•    Cloud
CompuCng

•    Geo‐Everything

•    The
Personal
Web

•    SemanCc
Aware
ApplicaCons

•   ...
2010


•    Mobile
CompuCng

•    Open
Content

•    Electronic
Books

•    Simple
Augmented
Reality

•    Gesture‐Based
C...
Project
New
Media
Literacies
                                      

•    Play
‐
the
capacity
to
experiment
with
one’s
sur...
Daniel
Pink:
A
Whole
New
Mind

     
Moving
from
less
relevant
to
more
relevant
skills
that
develop
in
the
right
part
of

...
Expanding
literacy




Storytelling
and
New
Media
intersect
in
a
way
that

   can
be
applied
across
the
curriculum.


•  U...
2‐3
years:
Electronic
Books

Princeton
pilot:

Pros
                                     


•    Environmental
benefits


•    Portability

•    Ability...
Princeton
pilot
:
Cons
                                 

•  Difficult
to
highlight
text
and
annotate
files.
PDF
documents

 ...
Princeton
Pilot
                                

SuggesCons
for
Improvement

•  Improve
ability
to
highlight
and
annotate...
Darden
Pilot
                         


“What
that
says
to
me
is
that
Amazon
created

 a
very
well‐designed
consumer
devi...
hardware

And
now
this…

Access
     

eBook
research



“If,
as
was
suggested
earlier,
proving
the
value
of
e‐books

requires
demonstraCng
that
patrons
use
e‐bo...
4‐5
years:
Visual
Data
Analysis

Visual
Data


       Analysis
and
RepresentaCon

•  Making
meaning
of
the
informaCon
you
find

  –  Analysis

  –  Synthesi...
Visual
Search
Engines

•  Managing
the
volume
of
informaCon

•  Refining
searches

RefViz





          31

Visual
Search:
oSkope

Visual
Search:
TimeGlider

Visual
Search:
AmazType

Wordle

IBM
Many
Eyes

Gap
Minder:
access
to
real
life
data

Google
Chart
API

Science
VisualizaCon
Videos

Visual
Complexity

World
Mapper

The
Work
of
Edward
Tube




“If
your
words
or
images
are
not
on
point,

 making
them
dance
in
color
won't
make
them

 rele...
Delicious
resources

hUp://delicious.com/tag/hz10+analyCcs

 hUp://delicious.com/tag/ALIB2010

Mobile Computing!
One Year or less!
The future is
 already here,
 but most
 academics
 haven’t
 realized it yet.
http://tinyurl.com/35mtp4w!
http://tinyurl.com/2fbay3e !
Gerd Leonhard predicts!
Olafur Eliasson, The Tate Museum!
The Weather Project 2003-4 !
Open Content!
One Year or Less!
Hard !
                copy !
               sources!




Information!
New !
directions!
The MIT Stata Center – Frank Gehry!
To work well the Semantic Web will
require open access!!
Augmented Reality!
Two to Three Years!
Virtual tabs!
X!
GESTURE BASED
   COMPUTING
(Four to Five Years)
The Promise of Gesture Computing for Libraries:



 Beyond organizing, storing, preserving, accessing,
         evaluating...
2 Primary Forms

  Touch/Surface Based Interaction




Imitative Input / Recognition Response
Touch/Surface Based: Portables




The Apple iPad

(large iPhone+)
Multi-Touch/Surface Based
Hybrid – Touch: Kno E-Textbook

       The KNO Digital Textbook
           http:/www.kno.com
Touch/Surface: SmartDesks
Touch/Surface Based: Table Surfaces


                                 Microsoft “Surface” at Ball State Library




Micro...
Touch/Surface Based: Walls


 These Walls Are Soooo 2008!
Touch/Surface: Walls

           Intel Infoscape
                                 Who
Cubes                            Is
...
Touch/Surface: Apps That Imitate


                                     iPhone Guitar App.




 “Hoccer” App for iPhone/
 ...
Gesture Imitation/Recognition



                    Recognition and
                 Response Technologies

             ...
Gesture Imitation/Recognition

             More Than A Toy
              Nintendo Wii

                       Rehab




 ...
Gesture: Gaming

           Wii Walkthroughs




From Conduit - Library of Congress For Nintendo Wii
                     ...
Gesture Imitation/Recognition

 Virtual Keyboards Are Here

                      Oooo Look! Twitter!
Gesture Assistive Recognition


The “Hummer
Neckband”
Converts
Sound
Vibrations
into
Computer
Input
                      ...
Gesture Imitation/Recognition




Handtracking:
The hardware for a new gesture-based computing system consists of nothing ...
Gesture Imitation/Recognition

     Are You Ready for a “Sixth Sense”
               from MIT Labs
Is Thinking a Gesture?

                   What’s Next?
Onto.. Visual Data Analysis
Mark A. Smith
 SUNY Ceramics at!Alfred
           Joan Getman
      Cornell University
       Dr. Harry Pence
SUNY Oneonta...
Implications for Academic Libraries include:
Implications for Academic Libraries include:
Implications for Academic Libraries include:
Implications for Academic Libraries include:
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Over the Horizon: Connecting Technology Trends with the Library of Tomorrow (2010) - Entire Presentation - 3 Speakers

  1. 1. Mark A. Smith SUNY Ceramics at!Alfred Joan Getman Cornell University Dr. Harry Pence SUNY Oneonta - Emeritus
  2. 2. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  3. 3. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  4. 4. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  5. 5. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  6. 6. Academic Librarians 2010 Faster than the Speed of Bytes: Technology, Cognition, and the Academic Librarian Horizon
Report
2010
 June
8th
‐

Ithaca,
NY
 Joan
Getman
‐

Cornell
University

  7. 7. Horizon
Report
2010
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

  8. 8. Goals
 •  IdenCfy
BIG
trends
 •  IdenCfy
challenges
 •  IdenCfy
6
emerging
technologies
or
pracCces
 and
place
them
on
3
horizons

  9. 9. Immersion
 •  Collec2ve
intelligence:
50+
Advisory
Board
members
 •  Wiki:
online
collaboraCon
environment
 •  Social
bookmarking:

share
resources
that
persist
 •  Online
ranking:
consensus
idenCfies
technologies/pracCces/ horizons
and
challenges
 •  Publishing:
pdf
and
alternaCve
Comment
Press
format
that
 turns
the
report
into
a
networked
object
on
which
readers
 conCnue
to
comment.

 •  Crea2ve
Commons
license

  10. 10. You
can
parCcipate
 •  Comment
on
the

2010
Horizon
Report

 hUp://wp.nmc.org/horizon2010/
 •  Tag
Resources
hz010

 
hUp://delicious.com/tag/hz010

  11. 11. Delicious:
ALIB2010

  12. 12. 2008

 •  Grassroots
Video
 •  CollaboraCon
Webs
 •  Mobile
Broadband
 •  Data
Mashups
 •  CollecCve
Intelligence
 •  Social
OperaCng
Systems

  13. 13. 2009

 •  Mobiles
 •  Cloud
CompuCng
 •  Geo‐Everything
 •  The
Personal
Web
 •  SemanCc
Aware
ApplicaCons
 •  Smart
Objects

  14. 14. 2010

 •  Mobile
CompuCng
 •  Open
Content
 •  Electronic
Books
 •  Simple
Augmented
Reality
 •  Gesture‐Based
CompuCng
 •  Visual
Data
Analysis

  15. 15. Project
New
Media
Literacies 
 •  Play
‐
the
capacity
to
experiment
with
one’s
surroundings
as
a
form
of
problem‐solving

 •  Performance
‐
the
ability
to
adopt
alternaCve
idenCCes
for
the
purpose
of
improvisaCon
and
discovery

 •  SimulaCon
‐
the
ability
to
interpret
and
construct
dynamic
models
of
real‐world
processes

 •  AppropriaCon
‐
the
ability
to
meaningfully
sample
and
remix
media
content

 •  MulCtasking
‐
the
ability
to
scan
one’s
environment
and
shib
focus
as
needed
to
salient
details

 •  Distributed
CogniCon
‐
the
ability
to
interact
meaningfully
with
tools
that
expand
mental
capaciCes
 •  CollecCve
Intelligence
‐
the
ability
to
pool
knowledge
and
compare
notes
with
others
toward
a
common
goal
 •  Judgment
‐
the
ability
to
evaluate
the
reliability
and
credibility
of
different
informaCon
sources
 •  Transmedia
NavigaCon
‐
the
ability
to
follow
the
flow
of
stories
and
informaCon
across
mulCple
modaliCes

 •  Networking
‐
the
ability
to
search
for,
synthesize,
and
disseminate
informaCon
 •  NegoCaCon
‐
the
ability
to
travel
across
diverse
communiCes,
discerning
and
respecCng
mulCple
perspecCves,
and
 grasping
and
following
alternaCve
norms
 •  VisualizaCon
‐
the
ability
to
interpret
and
create
data
representaCons
for
the
purposes
of
expressing
ideas,
finding
 paUerns,
and
idenCfying
trends

 from
ConfronCng
the
Challenges
of
ParCcipatory
Culture:

Media
EducaCon
for
the
21st
Century, 
 by
Henry
Jenkins,

with
Ravi
Purushotma,
Katherine
Clinton,
Margaret
Weigel,
and
Alice
J.
Robison

  16. 16. Daniel
Pink:
A
Whole
New
Mind
 
Moving
from
less
relevant
to
more
relevant
skills
that
develop
in
the
right
part
of
 the
brain…
 •  Design.

 •  Story.

 •  Symphony.

 •  Empathy.

 •  Play.

 •  Meaning.

  17. 17. Expanding
literacy
 


Storytelling
and
New
Media
intersect
in
a
way
that
 can
be
applied
across
the
curriculum.
 •  Using
new
media
effecCvely?
Not
longer
the
domain
 of
"designers"
and
"arCsts”
 •  Storytelling?
Not
the
exclusive
domain
of
"humanists"
 and
'English
majors’
 These
are
essenCal
21st
century
skills.

  18. 18. 2‐3
years:
Electronic
Books

  19. 19. Princeton
pilot:

Pros 
 •  Environmental
benefits

 •  Portability
 •  Ability
to
consolidate
all
texts
in
one
place
 •  BaUery
life
 •  Wireless
connecCon
 •  Ability
to
search
for
content
 •  Ability
to
read
the
screen
in
full
sunlight
 Sustainability
impact:
REDUCED
prinCng
of
eReserves
by
50%

  20. 20. Princeton
pilot
:
Cons 
 •  Difficult
to
highlight
text
and
annotate
files.
PDF
documents
 can
not
be
annotated
or
highlighted
at
all
 •  Lack
of
folders
to
organize
readings
 •  Inability
to
quickly
navigate
between
documents
 •  Inability
to
open
mulCple
texts
at
the
same
Cme
 •  Kindle
texts
do
not
have
page
numbers
to
correspond
to
 paper
texts
 •  Can
not
easily
skim
texts

  21. 21. Princeton
Pilot 
 SuggesCons
for
Improvement
 •  Improve
ability
to
highlight
and
annotate
PDF
files
 •  Improve
the
annotaCon
tools
and
make
it
easier
to
navigate
 among
annotated
pages
 •  Provide
a
folder
structure
to
organize
readings
 •  Improve
the
highlighCng
funcCon
 •  Improve
the
navigaCon
within
and
between
documents
(add
 ability
to
open
more
than
one
document
at
the
same
Cme)
 •  AddiCon
of
touch
screen
and
stylus

  22. 22. Darden
Pilot 
 
“What
that
says
to
me
is
that
Amazon
created
 a
very
well‐designed
consumer
device
for
 purchasing
and
reading
digital
books,
 magazines
and
newspapers...
It’s
not
yet
ready
 for
prime
Cme
in
the
highly
engaged
Darden
 business
school
classroom.’’

 Michael
Koenig 
 Director,
MBA
operaCons 
 Darden
School
of
Business,
University
of

Virginia

  23. 23. hardware

  24. 24. And
now
this…

  25. 25. Access 

  26. 26. eBook
research
 
“If,
as
was
suggested
earlier,
proving
the
value
of
e‐books
 requires
demonstraCng
that
patrons
use
e‐books,
then
the
 preliminary
evidence
provided
in
this
study
suggests
that
 ebooks
do
provide
value.
Despite
the
recent
introducCon
of
e‐ books
at
Duke
University
Libraries,
the
use
of
e‐books
is
 already
substanCal
relaCve
to
their
print
counterparts.”
 A
CirculaCon
Analysis
of
Print
Books
and
 E‐Books
in
an
Academic
Research
Library 
 JusCn
LIUman
and
Lynn
Connaway

  27. 27. 4‐5
years:
Visual
Data
Analysis

  28. 28. Visual
Data

 Analysis
and
RepresentaCon
 •  Making
meaning
of
the
informaCon
you
find
 –  Analysis
 –  Synthesis
 •  PresentaCon
of
mulCple
kinds
of
data:

 –  alpha‐numeric
 –  visual
 –  2D
or
3D
 –  staCc
and
dynamic

  29. 29. Visual
Search
Engines
 •  Managing
the
volume
of
informaCon
 •  Refining
searches

  30. 30. RefViz
 31

  31. 31. Visual
Search:
oSkope

  32. 32. Visual
Search:
TimeGlider

  33. 33. Visual
Search:
AmazType

  34. 34. Wordle

  35. 35. IBM
Many
Eyes

  36. 36. Gap
Minder:
access
to
real
life
data

  37. 37. Google
Chart
API

  38. 38. Science
VisualizaCon
Videos

  39. 39. Visual
Complexity

  40. 40. World
Mapper

  41. 41. The
Work
of
Edward
Tube
 
“If
your
words
or
images
are
not
on
point,
 making
them
dance
in
color
won't
make
them
 relevant.
Audience
boredom
is
usually
a
 content
failure,
not
a
decoraCon
failure.”

  42. 42. Delicious
resources
 hUp://delicious.com/tag/hz10+analyCcs
 hUp://delicious.com/tag/ALIB2010

  43. 43. Mobile Computing! One Year or less!
  44. 44. The future is already here, but most academics haven’t realized it yet.
  45. 45. http://tinyurl.com/35mtp4w!
  46. 46. http://tinyurl.com/2fbay3e !
  47. 47. Gerd Leonhard predicts!
  48. 48. Olafur Eliasson, The Tate Museum! The Weather Project 2003-4 !
  49. 49. Open Content! One Year or Less!
  50. 50. Hard ! copy ! sources! Information!
  51. 51. New ! directions!
  52. 52. The MIT Stata Center – Frank Gehry!
  53. 53. To work well the Semantic Web will require open access!!
  54. 54. Augmented Reality! Two to Three Years!
  55. 55. Virtual tabs!
  56. 56. X!
  57. 57. GESTURE BASED COMPUTING (Four to Five Years)
  58. 58. The Promise of Gesture Computing for Libraries: Beyond organizing, storing, preserving, accessing, evaluating, producing, & teaching Will Libraries Be the Place For INTERACTING With Information
  59. 59. 2 Primary Forms Touch/Surface Based Interaction Imitative Input / Recognition Response
  60. 60. Touch/Surface Based: Portables The Apple iPad (large iPhone+)
  61. 61. Multi-Touch/Surface Based
  62. 62. Hybrid – Touch: Kno E-Textbook The KNO Digital Textbook http:/www.kno.com
  63. 63. Touch/Surface: SmartDesks
  64. 64. Touch/Surface Based: Table Surfaces Microsoft “Surface” at Ball State Library Microsoft “Surface” as UI (UX) Object Recognition
  65. 65. Touch/Surface Based: Walls These Walls Are Soooo 2008!
  66. 66. Touch/Surface: Walls Intel Infoscape Who Cubes Is Of Gonna Related Catalog Content This Content?
  67. 67. Touch/Surface: Apps That Imitate iPhone Guitar App. “Hoccer” App for iPhone/ Android/Web Client contacts, text, bookmarks, images, (coming soon - pdf & zip)
  68. 68. Gesture Imitation/Recognition Recognition and Response Technologies 2-Way Communication
  69. 69. Gesture Imitation/Recognition More Than A Toy Nintendo Wii Rehab Training Surgeons Wii Hacks
  70. 70. 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.
  71. 71. Gesture Imitation/Recognition Virtual Keyboards Are Here Oooo Look! Twitter!
  72. 72. 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
  73. 73. 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.
  74. 74. Gesture Imitation/Recognition Are You Ready for a “Sixth Sense” from MIT Labs
  75. 75. Is Thinking a Gesture? What’s Next?
  76. 76. Onto.. Visual Data Analysis
  77. 77. Mark A. Smith SUNY Ceramics at!Alfred Joan Getman Cornell University Dr. Harry Pence SUNY Oneonta - Emeritus
  78. 78. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  79. 79. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  80. 80. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
  81. 81. Implications for Academic Libraries include:
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