Category Archives: Media Technology
This is the article http://www.libraryjournal.com/lj/home/886170-264/whats_your_story_dutch_library.html.csp This is the photo gallery. Interesting spaces and furniture design! http://www.flickr.com/photos/shifted/sets/72157604142377648/
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
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.