3D Digitization in the Museum – Part 2:  LIDAR

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Posted by Rachael Cristine Woody on 9/12/2018

Last week we introduced the topic of 3D digitization in museums. The post investigated 3D digitization adoption and explored one of the two main methods: photogrammetry. This post will evaluate the second method—LIDAR scanning—and will conclude with recommendations for museums to consider when choosing a 3D digitization method.

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Topics: Museums, Technology

3D Digitization in the Museum – Part 1: Photogrammetry

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Posted by Rachael Cristine Woody on 9/5/2018

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With increased availability of affordable virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies, it may seem like 3D digitization of environments, objects, and structures is fairly new. For museums, experimenting with 3D digitization began in the early 2000s and is now becoming commonplace within a museum’s digitization lab.

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Topics: Museums, Technology

The Future of Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR & VR) in Museums

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Posted by Rachael Cristine Woody on 8/15/2018

It is undeniable that technology has a growing presence within the museum sphere. At first, audio-visual technology was harnessed by the museum to augment the museum’s exhibits and provide an enhanced user experience. However, with the universality of everyone owning a smartphone, the museum has seen an increasing rate of technology encroachment, and not of their own making.

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Topics: Museums, Strategy, Technology

How are Your Organization's Technology Apps Reviewed and Approved?

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Posted by Stan Garfield on 4/26/2018

In my current book on promoting knowledge management initiatives within the corporate world, I warn against focusing too much on technology, which is a very common problem. But you will ultimately need to use technology for your KM program, so it’s important to understand it and use it in the optimal way. A critical component of successful technology procurement and rollout is a thorough understanding of how technology products are reviewed and approved.

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Topics: Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management Systems, KM, Technology

Alexa, Siri, Cortana, Google Home, AR, AI, Machine Learning and the Special Librarian

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Posted by Stephen Abram on 3/28/2018

Are we ready for this? Sometimes a new technology simmers for years and then just seems to explode into the present. There are a few things cresting now in the consumer and business markets that we need to pay attention to.

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Topics: Management, Professional Development, Technology

How Going Mobile Helps Museums Improve Productivity and Increase Visibility

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Posted by Ron Aspe, CEO on 5/23/2016
Social media, email, photography and video are continuing to drive adoption of mobile devices. Why not leverage this trend to increase the visibility of your museum’s content and improve collection management efficiency?
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Topics: Museums, Technology

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