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Software: Utilities

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.

Utilities

TUIO Kinect Complete

v1.0 Updated November 13, 2011
posted: 11-14-2011 David Baird
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TUIO Kinect Complete streamlines installation of drivers, services (TUIO Kinect Tray and Flosc Bridge), and a panoramic viewer navigable by using "swimming" gestures. The original development of this Open Exhibits interface is thanks to the prior work of James Kassemi and David DeBonis.


Open Exhibits TUIO Kinect

v1.0.2-stable Updated July 26, 2011
posted: 11-14-2011 David DeBonis
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Open Exhibits TUIO Kinect is a simplified standalone installation that captures and tracks Microsoft Kinect depth information and publishes them as TUIO cursor events. For easier installation we highly recommend that you use: TUIO Kinect Complete


MT-Kinect

v1.0-alpha Updated January 19, 2011
posted: 11-14-2011 James Kassemi
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This module is no longer supported. For easier installation and use we recommend that you use: TUIO Kinect Complete.    Enables the development of multitouch applications with the Microsoft Kinect that use gesturing rather than direct touches.


OpenAPI

v1.0-alpha Updated November 15, 2010
posted: 11-15-2010 James Kassemi
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OpenAPI is an HTTP API generator, which allows you to expose a MySQL database for open query safely and securely. It features timeouts and cost analysis features, with integrated pagination and advanced query functionality, which gives developers flexibile read-only access.


 
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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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