Saturday, November 8 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
The StoryWheel: a Prospective Study about the History of Research Reading

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EXHIBIT ONLY.  To model in a 3D environment (using OpenSimulator) “the books wheel” invented in the 16th century, it was created as a way of accessing multiple books at once during research, and can be thought of as a precursor of the modern website, scrolling from book to book, back and forth as needed. The purpose here is to promote and share interactions about the future of books, encouraging teachers, librarians, booksellers, writers and readers to discover the immersive 3D web and how it can offer them a new media for storytelling and education.

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Jenny Bihouise

Jenny BIHOUISE is a builder using Open-simulator in order to design environments for digital uses in real life, like teleworking, training, and any activity that needs social presence otherwise not offered with the 2D web. She was previously involved for 40 years as a social worker... Read More →
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Lorenzo Soccavo

futurist researcher, P.L.E. [Prospective du Livre]
Lorenzo Soccavo is an independent researcher in France - Paris about prospective study of book, publishing and reading. He is a teacher, author and conference speaker.

Saturday November 8, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm PST
Education 2

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