Museums and the Future of wearables

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A presentation with Neal Stimler, and Liz Neely about the possible future applications of wearable computing for museums and the cultural sector.

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Museums and the Future of wearables

  1. 1. GOOGLE GLASS, WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY ANDTHE FUTURE OF MUSEUMS Liz Neely – Art Institute of Chicago Rob Stein – Dallas Museum of Art Neal Stimler – Metropolitan Museum of Art
  2. 2. HOWTECHNOLOGY EVOLVES
  3. 3. The Museum Wearable: Real-Time Sensor-Driven Understanding Of Visitors’ Interests For Personalized Visually-Augmented Museum Experiences Flavia Sparacino, MIT Media Lab, USA
  4. 4. Osborn 1 Portable Computer April, 1981 5” Display
  5. 5. Apple Newton, 1993 IDEAS BEFORETHEIRTIME
  6. 6. MS SPOT – Smart Personal Object Technology, 2004 IDEAS BEFORETHEIRTIME
  7. 7. SUCCESSFULWEARABLESWILL ENHANCE PERSONAL COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIPS
  8. 8. SUCCESSFULWEARABLES WILL BE FASHION-SENSITIVE Technology and Fashion are identity statements. Successful wearable technology will address personal identity.
  9. 9. SUCCESSFULWEARABLES WILL EXPANDTHE SENSORY CHANNELS OF EXPERIENCE
  10. 10. WEARABLES WILL ACT AS SOURCES OF ANALYTICAL DATA Museums will make use of body-worn sensors as triggers and interfaces to drive experience
  11. 11. MOBILE PHONES WILL BECOME THE CLOUD INYOUR POCKET Museum software architecture will need to accommodate more extensive computing and filtering on the phone to take advantage of these services.
  12. 12. SUCCESSFULWEARABLES WILL DRIVE ANTICIPATORY COMPUTING The usability of museum content will increasingly depend on smart cataloging, publishing, and rich search interfaces.
  13. 13. WEARABLES WILL DRIVE A DIGITALLY-SOCIAL MUSEUM EXPERIENCE

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