Bush Library Proposal By Yvana. Introduction The museum will assume that people have their own wireless devices such as iPods, cell phones, and MP3 players.

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Slide 1 Bush Library Proposal By Yvana Slide 2 Introduction The museum will assume that people have their own wireless devices such as iPods, cell phones, and MP3 players. The museum will assume that people have their own wireless devices such as iPods, cell phones, and MP3 players. There will be a file that can be downloaded from the internet for free onto the wireless device. There will be a file that can be downloaded from the internet for free onto the wireless device. At the Bush Library museum, there will be a wireless network. At the Bush Library museum, there will be a wireless network. Slide 3 Non iPod MP3 Player MP3 player is used for blind people or for people that only want an audio tour since its screen is to small for a video tour. MP3 player is used for blind people or for people that only want an audio tour since its screen is to small for a video tour. Connect the USB port to the computer and go to www.bushlibrary.com/tour. Connect the USB port to the computer and go to www.bushlibrary.com/tour. There click MP3 player and something like this will pop up There click MP3 player and something like this will pop up Would you like to download the audio tour for the MP3 player? Yes No Slide 4 iPod The iPod can be used for both video and audio tour. It is a great device for both blind or deaf people. The iPod can be used for both video and audio tour. It is a great device for both blind or deaf people. Connect the USB port to the computer and go to www.bushlibrary.com/tour. Connect the USB port to the computer and go to www.bushlibrary.com/tour. There click iPod and something like this will pop up There click iPod and something like this will pop up Click the tour you would like to download for your iPod. Audio Video Audio/Video Cancel Slide 5 Cell Phone Cell Phones can also be used for both types of tours. Cell Phones can also be used for both types of tours. Text one of these three numbers and the program will be downloaded on your phone for free: Text one of these three numbers and the program will be downloaded on your phone for free: - video tour: 56868 - audio tour: 49090 - audio/video tour: 73232 Slide 6 The Tour When the file is downloaded onto the device, it will send signals to the wireless network in the museum. When the file is downloaded onto the device, it will send signals to the wireless network in the museum. The network will respond. It will send the video and/or audio tour to the device. The network will respond. It will send the video and/or audio tour to the device. There is one video and/or audio for each exhibit. There is one video and/or audio for each exhibit. Slide 7 Continuation of the Tour You can skip from one video and/or audio part to another. You can skip from one video and/or audio part to another. With an iPod, the user would use the forward and backward buttons on the left and right side of the track wheel. With an iPod, the user would use the forward and backward buttons on the left and right side of the track wheel. There are many different types of non apple MP3 players. However, most have the forward and backward buttons as well. There are many different types of non apple MP3 players. However, most have the forward and backward buttons as well. Part of a cell phone is the directional pad. The user would also press the forward and backward buttons. Part of a cell phone is the directional pad. The user would also press the forward and backward buttons.

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