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Virtual Symposium- Field Testing the 360-Degree Camera

Virtual Symposium- Field Testing the 360-Degree Camera

So we’ve arrived at the end of the #hyperlinked library! (the explanation mark symbolizes both excitement and sadness as we close this chapter on our MLIS career). For my Virtual Symposium I used the¬†technology I outlined in my Director’s Brief assignment from a few weeks ago, but also commented on a few of the issues we looked at this term such as participatory services and technolust. My video ran longer than I intended and I still barely scratched the surface…

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Director’s Brief: 360-Degree Cameras in the Library

Director’s Brief: 360-Degree Cameras in the Library

I am excited to share this director’s brief with everyone. I am working on setting up a library tour in my own library using this 360-degree video camera technology, so this director’s brief will be valuable in explaining the technology to other library staff. 360-degree video cameras allow for videos to be recorded in full 360-degree range, not to be confused with fish eye cameras that distort the picture. This is very similar to something like Google Street view but…

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