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Software: Modules

Templates allow novices to create their own floor or Web based exhibits. Universal Modules allow more advanced developers to combine, branch, and write their own modules that can act as building blocks for new Exhibits.

Modules

WAV Player

v1.1.1-beta Updated January 31, 2012
posted: 12-03-2011 Charles Veasey
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The Wav Player is now GestureWorks 3 compatible!

The Wav Player is a module designed to play Wav audio files, show a graphical waveform representation, and display embedded XMP or user entered metadata. Wav playback, metadata, and basic formatting can be defined using the module's XML file.


MP3 Player

v1.2.1-beta Updated January 31, 2012
posted: 12-03-2011 Charles Veasey
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The MP3 Player is now GestureWorks 3 compatible!

The MP3 Player is a module designed to play MP3 audio files, show a graphical waveform representation, and display embedded ID3 or user entered metadata. MP3 files, metadata, and basic formatting can be defined using the module's XML file.


Panoramic Viewer

v1.1.1 Updated January 31, 2012
posted: 02-15-2011 Paul Lacey
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The PanoramicViewer is a module that uses the AWAY3D API to create interactive high resolution zoomable 360 degree panoramic viewing windows. Multiple touch object windows can independently display individual panoramic views with different sizes and orientations.


Mask Image Viewer

v1.1.1 Updated January 31, 2012
posted: 02-24-2011 Paul Lacey
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Interactive image mask that displays shaped masked dual images in a multitouch object.


Live Video Viewer

v1.0.1 Updated January 31, 2012
posted: 01-28-2011 Paul Lacey
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This multitouch module gives the ability to view and explore giga pixel images. It uses image tiles to dynamically re-create the giga pixel image at various zoom levels. Users can pan around the image using the drag gesture, zoom stepwise using the double tap gesture and zoom continuously using the two finger zoom gesture.


 
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number Division of Research on Learning in formal and informal settings #1010028. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.


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