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Momo #10 Amsterdam
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Momo #10 Amsterdam

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Momo #10 about the applications of eReaders, business models and potentials in changing the chain.

Momo #10 about the applications of eReaders, business models and potentials in changing the chain.

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  • 1. the digital reading age by @peterluit and @bebook
  • 2. the 90’s
  • 3. past and present
  • 4. iRex, Sony, Amazon, BeBook
  • 5. and many more to come
  • 6. widely used
  • 7. iPhone
  • 8. iTunes
  • 9. scanning 1200 pages/hr
  • 10. e-book stores
  • 11. http://www.plasticlogic.com/ e-newspaper http://www.plasticlogic.com/
  • 12. e-newspaper http://www.plasticlogic.com/
  • 13. Liquavista http://www.liquavista.com/default.aspx
  • 14. Livre http://gizmodo.com/361324/livre-a-compromise-on-the-e+book
  • 15. Samsung http://www.ubergizmo.com/15/archives/2008/10/samsung_demonstrate_carbon_nanotubebased_color_epaper.html
  • 16. Readius - Polymer Vison http://www.readius.com/
  • 17. more apps to come
  • 18. e-magazines? LUIT Consultancy = T h i n k i n g - I n - C o n n e c t i o n s
  • 19. it only just started LUIT Consultancy = T h i n k i n g - I n - C o n n e c t i o n s
  • 20. when mainstream? LUIT Consultancy = T h i n k i n g - I n - C o n n e c t i o n s
  • 21. content & standards: BBeB - Mobi/Prc - AZW challenges: standards LUIT Consultancy = T h i n k i n g - I n - C o n n e c t i o n s
  • 22. copyright and DRM: the publishers nightmare challenges: DRM LUIT Consultancy = T h i n k i n g - I n - C o n n e c t i o n s
  • 23. challenges: connectivity
  • 24. - Touchscreen - Screentechnology - color - Usability - Daisy - Competition challenges: technology
  • 25. fuji - color http://www.fastcompany.com/blog/kit-eaton/technomix/forget-kindle-2-fujitsus-e-reader-screen-bigger-color
  • 26. KDDI - color http://gizmodo.com/5064221/kddi-develops-color-wireless-e+paper-display
  • 27. • copyright - 28% • DRM - 22% • standards (like epub) - 21% • retail price - 16% challenges
  • 28. Dutch Market printed digital for books 2008 consumer 545 M€’s 1 M€’s books* educational 367 M€’s 2 M€’s books professional 289 M€’s 11 M€’s books/manuals Source: PriceWaterhouseCoopers: Entertainment & Media Outlook towards 2012 business models
  • 29. Dutch Market printed digital for books 2012 consumer 600 M€’s 11 M€’s books* educational 395 M€’s 25 M€’s books professional 280 M€’s 40 M€’s books/manuals Source: PriceWaterhouseCoopers: Entertainment & Media Outlook towards 2012 business models
  • 30. - Aggregators - distributors - Telcos - datacontracts - Publishers - authors - Retailers players & business models
  • 31. Content Conversion + DRM Hardware Retail channel
  • 32. • Consumers - 22% • Amazon - 21% • Google - 20% • Telcos - 13% • Publishers - 7% • Authors - 2% who will be in control?
  • 33. thanks for listening by @peterluit and @bebook

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