Monthly Archives: February 2012
Singing Fingers – by Jay Silver I have worked with Jay before and he has developed this application, which is really cool! I could almost imagine a huge multi-touch screen or wall where children can collaboratively paint and create music … Continue reading
Interaction Awards Winner 2012. Pas a Pas PROJECT OVERVIEW Pas a Pas is an interactive educational tool that enables children to learn and experiment through animation. It is designed to support and integrate in to an existing curriculum and is … Continue reading
We thought, could it be possible to check in books ouside the mobile lib? And… What about a 3-d construction model (Espoo-city, school, mobile library) for children to work on or shape – multi touch? If the app. “draw with this … Continue reading
“BiebBus is a truck-container that travels from school to school, offering 7,000 books and a reading room“. Read the full story.
For the new Århus library there is a concept of a product where children can tell their own thoughts about a books straight to the book. The stories can be then listen from the books. The video shows several other … Continue reading
Kirjastokaista is Finnish libraries’ common media service online. Kirjastokaista’s Espoo channel contains materials that can be used in the new vehicle: video and audio clips about books etc. The Kirjastokaista could also be the storage space for media created in … Continue reading
There was an earlier example of an educational 3D augmented reality book with dinosaur. Similar research has been carried out in the VTT in Otaniemi, Espoo. Here is a demo video: It looks that there is a startup, too. Here: … Continue reading
3D screens without 3D glasses.
I got my ipad to show you today an augmented reality game called ‘Dragons’, but needless to say, I forgot. Here is something that might be of interest.
So now we have a ‘Project Calendar’ link on the right side. Everyone should hopefully be able to mark the meeting days and other important dates for the project. Please check if it’s working for all. librarybus.mlog.taik.fi/calendar