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Sharing Memories - Internet, TV, Mobile and Print

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Sharing Memories - Internet, TV, Mobile and Print

  1. 1. Sharing Memories......Internet, TV, Mobile and Print Christoph Bochsler VP Marketing & Sales futureLAB AG
  2. 2. Trend 1:The Diversity of Devices
  3. 3. 50 million iPhoneand iPod touch85’000 apps inthe store
  4. 4. 50 million iPhoneand iPod touch85’000 apps inthe store1’540 photo apps
  5. 5. 50 million iPhoneand iPod touch85’000 apps inthe store1’540 photo apps
  6. 6. 50 million iPhoneand iPod touch85’000 apps inthe store1’540 photo apps flickr
  7. 7. 50 million iPhoneand iPod touch85’000 apps inthe store1’540 photo apps flickr Photoshop
  8. 8. 50 million iPhoneand iPod touch85’000 apps inthe store1’540 photo apps flickr Photoshop Fotokasten
  9. 9. Increasing numberof quality cameraphones> 8-10 megapixel> Better optics> LED flash> HD video
  10. 10. Digital cameraswith Internetconnection> WiFi cards> WiFi integrated
  11. 11. Video is here! Full HD quality...flip iPod nano VholdR
  12. 12. Photo QSXGA (2560x1920) = ca. 5 MP Print 10x15cm UXGA (1600x1200) = 2 MP XGA (1024x768) = 1 MP VGA (640x480) = 0.3 MP01 * (c) futureLAB, Wikipedia Video Standards futureLAB
  13. 13. Photo QSXGA (2560x1920) = ca. 5 MP Print 10x15cm UXGA (1600x1200) = 2 MP XGA (1024x768) = 1 MP VGA (640x480) = 0.3 MP iPhone 3GS (768x576) Video01 * (c) futureLAB, Wikipedia Video Standards futureLAB
  14. 14. Photo QSXGA (2560x1920) = ca. 5 MP Print 10x15cm UXGA (1600x1200) = 2 MP XGA (1024x768) = 1 MP PAL (768x576) VGA (640x480) = 0.3 MP iPhone 3GS (768x576) Video01 * (c) futureLAB, Wikipedia Video Standards futureLAB
  15. 15. Photo QSXGA (2560x1920) = ca. 5 MP Print 10x15cm UXGA (1600x1200) = 2 MP XGA (1024x768) = 1 MP HD 720 (1280x720) PAL (768x576) VGA (640x480) = 0.3 MP iPhone 3GS (768x576) Video01 * (c) futureLAB, Wikipedia Video Standards futureLAB
  16. 16. Photo QSXGA (2560x1920) = ca. 5 MP Print 10x15cm UXGA (1600x1200) = 2 MP Full HD 1080 (1920x1080) 16:9 XGA (1024x768) = 1 MP HD 720 (1280x720) PAL (768x576) VGA (640x480) = 0.3 MP iPhone 3GS (768x576) Video01 * (c) futureLAB, Wikipedia Video Standards futureLAB
  17. 17. Super Hi-Vision/Ultra HD (7680x4320) 16:9 = ca. 33 MP Photo QSXGA (2560x1920) = ca. 5 MP Print 10x15cm UXGA (1600x1200) = 2 MP Full HD 1080 (1920x1080) 16:9 XGA (1024x768) = 1 MP HD 720 (1280x720) PAL (768x576) VGA (640x480) = 0.3 MP iPhone 3GS (768x576) Video01 * (c) futureLAB, Wikipedia Video Standards futureLAB
  18. 18. Photo Video Mobile + +8-10 Mp Full HD UMTS/Edge/WLAN One device = photo + video + mobile
  19. 19. Photo & Video:New Products & Services?
  20. 20. Photo Video Fusion A ASingle Print Multiple Prints Slideshows Prints Canvas Collages Trailers Collages Gifts Gifts DVD’s Flipbooks Photobooks Trailers Slideshows DVD’s CD’s print related electronic use
  21. 21. Photo & Video:Example «Animoto»
  22. 22. * www.animoto.com
  23. 23. Photo & Video:Example «Photobook»
  24. 24. (c) Apple Inc.
  25. 25. Maps & Routes Video Clips New Photobook Content(c) Apple Inc.
  26. 26. Maps & Routes Video Clips New Photobook Content(c) Apple Inc.
  27. 27. Photo & Video:Example «Flipbook»
  28. 28. How to create a Flipbook* www.daumenkino.ch
  29. 29. * www.flippies.com
  30. 30. Photo & Video:More Devices?
  31. 31. InternetMac or PC Share Edit Organize Backup DVD Create Print Photoshop Picasa Magic iPhoto ...
  32. 32. Photo & Video:Home Cinema and TV?
  33. 33. Home CinemaCinema 21:9 HD and more... Net TV (Internet)
  34. 34. Apple TVPhotos inHD quality
  35. 35. MicrosoftMedia Center
  36. 36. Internet on TVwith Net TV
  37. 37. New DevicesTablet and Touch Panels
  38. 38. TV Services Panels InternetComputer Cloud Print Cameras Mobile Phones
  39. 39. TV Services Panels InternetComputer Cloud Print Cameras Mobile Phones
  40. 40. Internet:Impact on Photo?
  41. 41. Trend 1:Always Online
  42. 42. Broadband Growth (OECD countries) Mio Subscribers 251 Mio Subscribers Market Penetration = 22.4% Growth Rate = 2.3%* Source: OECD Broadband Portal, www.oecd.org/sti/ict/broadband.
  43. 43. The Internet Laws• Double Storage Space every 12 Months (Storage Law)• Double Processor Speed every 18 Month (Moore’s Law)• Triple Bandwith every 12 Month (Gilder’s Law)• Value of Network equals user2 (Metcalf’s Law)
  44. 44. Trend 2:App’s for everything!
  45. 45. Android Market Apple App Store (c) Apple Inc., Nokia, www.porhomme.com
  46. 46. Trend 3:Social Media
  47. 47. «Online applications, platformsand media which aim to facilitateinteraction, collaboration andthe sharing of content.»
  48. 48. 3000-5000 photosare uploaded to flikrper minuteBy end of 2008there where3 billion photoson flickr.
  49. 49. facebook passedflickr in terms ofphoto.By end of 2008there where10 billion photoson facebook.
  50. 50. «Digital media will be consumed anywhere, anytime and on any device.»
  51. 51. TV Services Panels InternetComputer Cloud Print Cameras Mobile Phones
  52. 52. What to do? a) ignoreb) participate
  53. 53. Example 1:«PhotoFunia iPhone App»
  54. 54. (c) PhotoFunia
  55. 55. (c) PhotoFunia
  56. 56. + iPhone App(c) PhotoFunia, fotokasten.de, Apple Inc.
  57. 57. Example 2:«Tourist Remover»
  58. 58. 1
  59. 59. 2
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  62. 62. Press Release - Tourist RemoverSoftware removes unwanted tourists from photosSwiss software engineering company futureLAB released a newonline tool called «Tourist Remover» which removesunwanted moving objects like tourists or passing cars fromphotos. The removal algorithm is fully automatic and requiresonly 3-10 photos of the same object taken in succession. Thereis no need for tripods, it works well with hand-held shots.«Tourist Remover» is part of the feature-rich Online PhotoManager www.snapmania.com and is free. snapmania is anew way to organize and share photos and offers the ease ofuse of PC-based applications but runs completely in a webbrowser. Free sign-up is available at www.snapmania.com/trmincluding 100 MByte of online storage for photos. Additionalfunctions like web albums, e-cards, slideshows and photo-blogs are also included. Photobooks, t-shirts, cards andother print related products with multiple photos can beeasily created using drag & drop - a unique feature so far.
  63. 63. «Another reason to get a «This is awesome!» digital camera» chiacomo, delicious moxykim, delicious «I gotta get this» tiedyedtehuti, deliciousThe Innovation Consortium “It’s free... Yes, that’s right.” Website Of The Day «Tourist Remover looks like a neat app for magically removing people from your digital photographs.» www.insidetheperimeter.net «how the f... is this free?»«Now this looks to be an interesting tool. I nickdynamite, delicioushave seen "Red-Eye" removers for photosbut never a tourist remover!»www.garrypaulson.net «futureLAB has a nifty service that erases people, cars, etc. from photographs ()» m5, delicious
  64. 64. TV Services Panels InternetComputer Cloud Print Cameras Mobile Phones
  65. 65. mediaZEN ™Media Management for ISP’s, Portals and Labs
  66. 66. Share
  67. 67. ShareMedia
  68. 68. ShareMedia Devices
  69. 69. 1:10 Original Data 1:1 Computer mediaZEN 1:1 PlatformCameras
  70. 70. Case Study:«Swisscom SMILE»
  71. 71. «Swisscom is Switzerland‘s leading telecoms provider, with 5,5 million mobile customers and around 1.8 million broadband connections. In the first half of 2009, the company‘s 19’970 employees generated revenues of CHF 5,9 billion. Swisscom is internationally known for its innovation.»* Swisscom AG
  72. 72. SMILE Project Goals: a) Best in class “User Experience” b) Runs on Internet, TV and Mobile devicesc) Perfectly integrated in Swisscom environment
  73. 73. SMILE Project Goals: a) Best in class “User Experience” b) Runs on Internet, TV and Mobile devicesc) Perfectly integrated in Swisscom environment «SIMPLE»
  74. 74. Mobile - Picture Upload Innovation: > No Installation > Automatic Upload > Flat rate 1
  75. 75. PC - Picture Upload !
  76. 76. Online User Experience • Drag & Drop experience • Zoomslider and dynamic paging • Appealing Slideshows • One click or zero click functions • Wizard based processes
  77. 77. Media Manager “Mediathek” 5Presentation title to go here (Menu View, Header and Footer...) tt/mm/yyyy
  78. 78. Web Access - Webalbum
  79. 79. Web Access - Coverflow
  80. 80. Web Access - Slideshow
  81. 81. Presentation title to go here (Menu View, Header and Footer...) tt/mm/yyyy 16
  82. 82. Mobile Access - iPhone
  83. 83. Mobile Access - Google Android HTC
  84. 84. Presentation title to go here (Menu View, Header and Footer...) tt/mm/yyyy 20
  85. 85. TV Access
  86. 86. TV Access - bluewinTV Remote ControlPresentation title to go here (Menu View, Header and Footer...) tt/mm/yyyy 22
  87. 87. TV Access
  88. 88. TV Access
  89. 89. TV Access
  90. 90. TV AccessPresentation title to go here (Menu View, Header and Footer...) tt/mm/yyyy 26
  91. 91. Photo:What about Print?
  92. 92. Print – Order Prints 8Presentation title to go here (Menu View, Header and Footer...) tt/mm/yyyy
  93. 93. Presentation title to go here (Menu View, Header and Footer...) tt/mm/yyyy 10
  94. 94. Presentation title to go here (Menu View, Header and Footer...) tt/mm/yyyy 11
  95. 95. Presentation title to go here (Menu View, Header and Footer...) tt/mm/yyyy 12
  96. 96. Photobook SoftwareMac & Windows Testsieger Software
  97. 97. Photobook SoftwareMac & Windows Testsieger Software User Experience Live Demo
  98. 98. Photobook SoftwareMac & Windows • Great user experience Testsieger Software • Product visualization • Outstanding performance • High quality image corrections • Unique text editor and formating • Smart guides on new level • Local or lab image enhancement • Integrated in iPhoto • ...
  99. 99. Photobook Software (c) futureLAB, book4you.ch
  100. 100. Photobook Software (c) futureLAB, book4you.ch
  101. 101. Photobook Software Cover Visualization(c) futureLAB, book4you.ch
  102. 102. Photobook Software iPhoto (c) futureLAB, book4you.ch
  103. 103. Photobook Software High-quality Image Editing (non destructive)(c) futureLAB
  104. 104. Photobook Software Mixed Text fonts, colors, sizes transparency backgrounds(c) futureLAB
  105. 105. Photobook Software Animated Super Zoom! Super Zoom! Super Zoom!(c) futureLAB
  106. 106. Photobook Software Full Screen Editing with Smart Guides!(c) futureLAB, book4you.ch
  107. 107. Photobook SoftwareInterfaces to lab and printer environment.Seamless connection to several digital printers orPURUS (agx).PURUS workflow HP Indigo Xerox iGen3(SVG, VIESUS) (PDF workflow) (PDF workflow)(c) futureLAB, Imaging Solutions AG, HP, Xerox
  108. 108. E-Reader:The end of printed books?
  109. 109. Technology - Devices Beyond todays generation of technology which offers the visual look of paper (in terms of contrast, brightness and viewing angle), future versions will integrate E-Inks flex-ready products with plastic electronics. The integration of these two technologies will allow something that not only has the look of paper, but is also much closer to its form - thin, light, flexible, rollable.95
  110. 110. Technology - Devices Books vs E-Reader • 3 Mio E-Reader in 2009 (USA) • >1 Mio scanned Books from Google only • Lower prices: digital =$9.99 printed= $29.9596
  111. 111. Technology - Devices Books E-ReaderNewspapers 97
  112. 112. Technology - Devices Reasons for success: • 1’500 books in one device • Easy updates • Paper like high contrast • Viewable under sunlight conditions • Ultra thin and light form • Ultra-low power99
  113. 113. Technology - Devices100
  114. 114. Photo:What about Color?
  115. 115. Technology - Devices - Next Steps Color E-Paper: • First prototypes exists for photo • Quality still bad • R&D by major companies like Fuji Xerox, Epson... • Video still far away (refresh rate)102
  116. 116. Technology - Devices - Next Steps Touch Panels: • The new home device • Ready for market • Major players like Apple, Microsoft and PC manufacturer103
  117. 117. Technology - Devices - Next Steps104
  118. 118. «We tend to overestimate the effect of a technology in theshort run and underestimate the effect in the long run.» Amara’s Law
  119. 119. Thank You!
  120. 120. Delivering tomorrow’s applications today www.futurelab.com
  121. 121. More information... Christoph Bochsler VP Marketing & Sales futureLAB AG E-Mail cbochsler@futurelab.ch Phone +41 52 260 22 14
  122. 122. About futureLAB
  123. 123. About futureLAB futureLAB is a software development company founded in May 2000. The engineering team consists of 30 very experienced Internet software and network specialists. All members of the management team have a track record of successfully building new products, lines of business and entirely new businesses that have generated millions in revenue in telecommunications and Internet industries. futureLAB specializes in the design and implementation of innovative software solutions with a strong concentration in online media management and delivery systems. futureLAB systems are used worldwide as appliances or managed services by more than thirty companies and business partners like cablecom (UPC, NL), ezArchive (US), Swisscom,  SF TV (Swiss TV), government agencies and others who are offering interactive online media services to their users and end-customers. futureLAB’s headquarter is located in Winterthur, Switzerland. Furthermore futureLAB engages local staff in Germany and USA.
  124. 124. futureLAB’s «Media» Products
  125. 125. futureLAB’s «Media» Products mediaZEN™ Media Management and Print Solutions for Portals (ISP’s, Imaging and Print Industry) EZArchive, fotoHUB, OFM, familypix.nl, Swisscom, book4you mediaCORE™ Media Management and Archiving Solutions for Enterprise (Enterprise, Government, Police) Stadtpolizei Zürich, Kantonspolizei Basel, Hochbauamt Zürich mediaFLOW™ Media Management for Broadcasters (TV, Radio and Media Enterprises, Entertainmet Industry) Radiotelevisione svizzera di lingua italiana (RTSI)
  126. 126. Delivering tomorrow’s applications today www.futurelab.com

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