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Technologies/Innovation …
To Watch
in 2016/7
Technologies to Watch
Agenda
• Discover what groundbreaking technologies to watch in 2017.
• Discuss how all these advancements can fit into a v...
"Every age thinks it's the modern
age, but this one really is."
Tom Stoppard from 'The Invention of Love'
Library Stories of 2016
Source: https://goo.gl/63OoW1
1. Carla Hayden Makes History
2. Trump
3. Orlando ALA Conference
4. ...
“Stop thinking of the future, and
anchor yourself in the present.”
~ Darth Plagueis
Image source: https://goo.gl/WXirO3
Some Common Technologies to Watch in 2017
• Self-driving Cars
• Drones
• 3D Design/Printing
• AR/VR/MR
• Artificial Intell...
Video source: https://youtu.be/nzbPNpTYby4
Amazon’s "airborne fulfillment center.”
Other ideas: www.publiclibrariesonline.org/2016/01/drones-the-library/
Built our own drone with a GoPro camera!
Focus on 3D design, not the printing!
Virtual Reality (VR) is a realistic simulation of an environment, including 3D
graphics, by a computer system using intera...
VR Painting using Quill, powered by the Oculus Rift
Video source: https://youtu.be/EzsG1uqfDTQ
Visit https://www.facebook.com/MarsCuriosity on your smartphone and move 360 degrees around Mars!
Images by Chris Demmons and Chad Mairn
Create a mixed reality game in your
library using Aurasma
www.aurasma.com/
Magic Leap Partners With Lucasfilm
https://youtu.be/s2iSatREfpI
Video source: https://youtu.be/s2iSatREfpI
‘s
More at: https://goo.gl/264Wr3
Content is now viewable on …
VR
https://blendervr.limsi.fr/doku.php
Create your own VR environments!
etc.
Experience more: https://goo.gl/iW5u5J
Google Scholar results: https://goo.gl/JZh0F9
http://voicesofvr.com/
iLab received 3
grants for 2017!
Hello world!
Video at: https://youtu.be/LguXfHKsa0c
Apple Acquires
Startup That Reads
Emotions From Facial
Expressions
Source: https://goo.gl/032Qiz
www.channel4.com/programmes/black-mirror/
Black Mirror is a great TV show that
highlights our “collective unease about
our...
Websites that design themselves!
thegrid.io
Digital Assistants
Image source: http://goo.gl/obFOfu
Video source: https://youtu.be/SYVExWwmRlI
Nothing is Real! Well, fake news is real!
Use strong passwords
Use a password vault (e.g., Keepass)
Don’t use the same password
Use Two-factor authentication
U...
B.S. Detector searches all links on a given webpage for references to unreliable sources,
checking against a manually comp...
Pay library fines using BitCoin? More info at bitcoin.org
Source: Google.com
Images source: http://goo.gl/s651U8
Smart Cement
Wearable computers!
Source: https://goo.gl/X4kQdS
http://igd.ala.org
Libraries that circulate games: http://www.libsuccess.org/Libraries_Circulating_Games
By 2019 more than ten
billion mobile devices will
exchange 35 quintillion (1
followed by 18 zeros)
bytes of information ea...
Turn on a light and have data transmission more than 100 times faster than traditional WiFi!
Libraries: Innovative Spaces to
How to Create a Makerspace?
http://renovatedlearning.com/grant-resources
Why should we do this in our libraries?
Foster collaboration
Cultivate imagination
Share experiences …
Photo credit: Chris Demmons
Prototypes and patents
Playtime!
Facilitate Discovery
Circulating iLab
Hackerboxes.com
Piper Minecraft Computer: https://www.buildpiper.com/
Workshops filled very
quickly, so we had to create
3 different sessions: 2 for
homeschoolers and the
other for the public....
The cool thing about Makerspaces
is that you will have a space to
include interesting technologies
that are NOT even inven...
2016 Horizon Report
Source: http://goo.gl/mJf4a2
Seems to be a common theme across the board.
Educate Yourself!
Some Coursera Recommended Courses
Recycle for a good cause!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/GadgetsForGood/
Are social networks REALLY about connecting with people? Are we presenting anything meaningful or is the general public
be...
Watch …
https://research.google.com/
Read the Horizon Report!
Go behind the scenes at http://library.wiki.nmc.org/
https://www.nmc.org/nmc-horizon/
http://www.psfk.com/
http://techcrunch.com/
http://mashable.com/
It is nice to learn about these new technologies etc., but it can
be stretching a bit to find a place in libraries for mos...
Websites that design themselves!
thegrid.io
We Need To Talk
About Communication
is a community project.
It’s an online conversation
about what it means to
communicate...
an online community where the
contributions and the
conversation shape the website
communication is changing and we
need to talk about it before the
concept and practice are moribund
what’s next?
spread the word
become a part of the
community
www.WeNeedToTalkAboutCommunication.com
Contact me!
.com/cmairn
.net/chadmairn
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Tom Stoppard said that “Every age thinks it’s the modern age, but this one really is” and he was spot on because innovation moves so quickly that it seems our world is blurring. All these technology advancements can make it difficult to select the most beneficial one[s] for your library to focus on, if any. In this webinar, discover what groundbreaking technologies will be on the horizon in 2017 and beyond and discuss as a group how all these advancements can fit into a variety of libraries to help them remain a guiding light into the future.

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Technologies to Watch: 2017 Edition

  1. 1. Technologies/Innovation … To Watch in 2016/7 Technologies to Watch
  2. 2. Agenda • Discover what groundbreaking technologies to watch in 2017. • Discuss how all these advancements can fit into a variety of libraries to make them shine a bright light into the future.
  3. 3. "Every age thinks it's the modern age, but this one really is." Tom Stoppard from 'The Invention of Love'
  4. 4. Library Stories of 2016 Source: https://goo.gl/63OoW1 1. Carla Hayden Makes History 2. Trump 3. Orlando ALA Conference 4. Google Case Ends 5. GSU Prevails (Again) in E-Reserves Case; Publishers Appeal (Again) 6. Change at the Copyright Office 7. Copyright Reform 8. EveryLibrary Launches ESSA Effort 9. SimplyE, and the State of Library E-books 10.NYPL Labs in Limbo
  5. 5. “Stop thinking of the future, and anchor yourself in the present.” ~ Darth Plagueis Image source: https://goo.gl/WXirO3
  6. 6. Some Common Technologies to Watch in 2017 • Self-driving Cars • Drones • 3D Design/Printing • AR/VR/MR • Artificial Intelligence • Security • Critical Thinking and Learning? • Blockchain • Internet of Things (IoT) • Gaming • Communication
  7. 7. Video source: https://youtu.be/nzbPNpTYby4 Amazon’s "airborne fulfillment center.”
  8. 8. Other ideas: www.publiclibrariesonline.org/2016/01/drones-the-library/ Built our own drone with a GoPro camera!
  9. 9. Focus on 3D design, not the printing!
  10. 10. Virtual Reality (VR) is a realistic simulation of an environment, including 3D graphics, by a computer system using interactive software and hardware. Augmented Reality (AR) superimposes a computer-generated image onto a user's view of the real world Mixed Reality (MR) real and virtual worlds to produce new environments and visualizations where physical and digital objects co-exist and interact in real time.
  11. 11. VR Painting using Quill, powered by the Oculus Rift Video source: https://youtu.be/EzsG1uqfDTQ
  12. 12. Visit https://www.facebook.com/MarsCuriosity on your smartphone and move 360 degrees around Mars!
  13. 13. Images by Chris Demmons and Chad Mairn
  14. 14. Create a mixed reality game in your library using Aurasma www.aurasma.com/
  15. 15. Magic Leap Partners With Lucasfilm https://youtu.be/s2iSatREfpI Video source: https://youtu.be/s2iSatREfpI
  16. 16. ‘s More at: https://goo.gl/264Wr3 Content is now viewable on …
  17. 17. VR https://blendervr.limsi.fr/doku.php Create your own VR environments! etc.
  18. 18. Experience more: https://goo.gl/iW5u5J
  19. 19. Google Scholar results: https://goo.gl/JZh0F9
  20. 20. http://voicesofvr.com/
  21. 21. iLab received 3 grants for 2017!
  22. 22. Hello world! Video at: https://youtu.be/LguXfHKsa0c
  23. 23. Apple Acquires Startup That Reads Emotions From Facial Expressions Source: https://goo.gl/032Qiz
  24. 24. www.channel4.com/programmes/black-mirror/ Black Mirror is a great TV show that highlights our “collective unease about our modern world.” Technology is the villain! When a screen is off it is like a “black mirror”, so perhaps it is a warning? Funny thing: we are watching the show on our screens!
  25. 25. Websites that design themselves! thegrid.io
  26. 26. Digital Assistants Image source: http://goo.gl/obFOfu
  27. 27. Video source: https://youtu.be/SYVExWwmRlI Nothing is Real! Well, fake news is real!
  28. 28. Use strong passwords Use a password vault (e.g., Keepass) Don’t use the same password Use Two-factor authentication Use encryption Be safe, smart and secure! !  Be skeptical  Verify everything  Read a lot  Ask experts  Think critically
  29. 29. B.S. Detector searches all links on a given webpage for references to unreliable sources, checking against a manually compiled list of domains. It then provides visual warnings about the presence of questionable links or the browsing of questionable websites: http://bsdetector.tech/
  30. 30. Pay library fines using BitCoin? More info at bitcoin.org
  31. 31. Source: Google.com
  32. 32. Images source: http://goo.gl/s651U8 Smart Cement
  33. 33. Wearable computers!
  34. 34. Source: https://goo.gl/X4kQdS
  35. 35. http://igd.ala.org Libraries that circulate games: http://www.libsuccess.org/Libraries_Circulating_Games
  36. 36. By 2019 more than ten billion mobile devices will exchange 35 quintillion (1 followed by 18 zeros) bytes of information each month — and that’s just mobile devices. Image source: http://goo.gl/7k4efJ Source: http://goo.gl/cfiS8u
  37. 37. Turn on a light and have data transmission more than 100 times faster than traditional WiFi!
  38. 38. Libraries: Innovative Spaces to
  39. 39. How to Create a Makerspace?
  40. 40. http://renovatedlearning.com/grant-resources
  41. 41. Why should we do this in our libraries?
  42. 42. Foster collaboration
  43. 43. Cultivate imagination
  44. 44. Share experiences … Photo credit: Chris Demmons
  45. 45. Prototypes and patents
  46. 46. Playtime!
  47. 47. Facilitate Discovery
  48. 48. Circulating iLab
  49. 49. Hackerboxes.com
  50. 50. Piper Minecraft Computer: https://www.buildpiper.com/
  51. 51. Workshops filled very quickly, so we had to create 3 different sessions: 2 for homeschoolers and the other for the public. Check out our Maker Boot Camp documentary: https://youtu.be/kO3_NRWHZ9E
  52. 52. The cool thing about Makerspaces is that you will have a space to include interesting technologies that are NOT even invented yet. Perpetual Beta!
  53. 53. 2016 Horizon Report Source: http://goo.gl/mJf4a2 Seems to be a common theme across the board.
  54. 54. Educate Yourself!
  55. 55. Some Coursera Recommended Courses
  56. 56. Recycle for a good cause! https://www.facebook.com/groups/GadgetsForGood/
  57. 57. Are social networks REALLY about connecting with people? Are we presenting anything meaningful or is the general public becoming mindless automatons reposting the “news” over and over again? Are we being pulled into “like behavior?” Pretty soon we’ll have thought bubbles floating over our head and there will be no mystery to our lives.
  58. 58. Watch … https://research.google.com/
  59. 59. Read the Horizon Report! Go behind the scenes at http://library.wiki.nmc.org/ https://www.nmc.org/nmc-horizon/
  60. 60. http://www.psfk.com/ http://techcrunch.com/ http://mashable.com/
  61. 61. It is nice to learn about these new technologies etc., but it can be stretching a bit to find a place in libraries for most of them.
  62. 62. Websites that design themselves! thegrid.io
  63. 63. We Need To Talk About Communication is a community project. It’s an online conversation about what it means to communicate in the offline world. On a web platform powered by artificial intelligence (AI).
  64. 64. an online community where the contributions and the conversation shape the website
  65. 65. communication is changing and we need to talk about it before the concept and practice are moribund
  66. 66. what’s next?
  67. 67. spread the word become a part of the community
  68. 68. www.WeNeedToTalkAboutCommunication.com
  69. 69. Contact me!
  70. 70. .com/cmairn .net/chadmairn

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