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Hack This! The Librarian Robot

The library is now open for self-service. This means that once the librarians is off duty, users can still loan and deliver books. It would be cool with a librarian robot, to help users in these closed after-hours. Tasks that the robot should be able do to, could be everything from recommending books to whatever you would like a librarian to help you with.

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Hack This! Library Guide

Valby Library would like a guide or an app that can help users find their way around the library. Possibly something like Google Streetview inside the library.

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Hack This! Help sort books

When users hand in their books by them selves, they are sorting them on bookshelves themselves. Even though Valby Library only have 3 categories, there is quite often mixes up between "Adult" "Children" and "non-fiction".Valby Library would like a system, where there is some kind of reaction from the book shelves, according to whether the books are placed correct or incorrect.This could be by using the bookchips, or something else, that is your idea entirely.

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Hack This! Number system for waiting customers

·    Valby Library is not just a library, the building also hold the Citizen Service centre. This means that a lot of people come into the library, draw a number and start waiting for their turn. Therefore a crowd of waiting citizens block the entrance to the library, for themselves AND for the users who are actually there for the books.

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Copenhagen libraries activities LED board

This board shows activities of Copenhagen libraries by LED blinking. Blinking probability is based on statistics of libraries activities that means the more active the library is the more blinking it has. Statistics are in the tabel which shows the activities for months January to August of 2014.

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Book Transaction Map based on open data

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MERRY -GO-ROUND Book Shelf for kids in the library

My Goal is to create a small Merry-Go- Round Book Shelf for small kids in order to combine fun with untroducing the small kids to their first books.

The most challenge was for me to use the first time the 3 D Design Program and the 3 D Printer.

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Interactive map, buttons light up zones

Problem Statement:
-Valby library is divided into a number of sections. Users of the library have problems finding their way to these sections

Our Solution:
- building an interactive map of Valby library

Approach:
- Boxmaker made box
- Arduino control of lighting

Materials:
- 4 sheets plywood 4mm
- 1 plexiglass 3mm
- 11 super bright white LEDs (0,5W - 8mm - 100.000 mCd)
- Arduino UNO
- 5 Buttons (off-on)
- bunch of wires
- power supply

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Multifunctional childrens furniture for Valby Library

This is a project I did on Fabcreation, in Fablab Copenhagen for Valby Library.
The library is in lack of seating space. and have horribly boring exhibition-shelves... so I figured I would combine those two into one fun, colourful and comfortable furniture.

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Inuit Reading Blinds

These amazing reading blinds will help you focus, sharpen and transform your very existence, by granting the user FULL suspension of disbelief it allows the ocean of your wandering mind to become tame like a river.

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