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Open Exhibits is Now 100% Free

Big news: Open Exhibits is now free for commercial use! This has been made possible by merging GestureWorks Flash with Open Exhibits. Open Exhibits 4.1 offers, for free, all of the features of the final available version of GestureWorks Flash … Continue reading

Posted in Accessibility, Community, Development, Exhibit Design, Gestures, Multi-touch, OE SDK, Open Source, Other

Open Exhibits 3.1 Update

The Open Exhibits Team has just released an update to the SDK: 3.1.0. This update continues the development effort of supporting Away3D, adding a new 3D layout infrastructure, and helper transformation classes that facilitate more natural object transformations relative to … Continue reading

Posted in Accessibility, Development, Exhibit Design, Gestures, Multi-touch, OE SDK, Open Source, Software, UI Design

New Tutorials for Open Exhibits 3.0+

Open Exhibits has undergone major changes for its 3.0 release. The biggest changes have been in the way the system handles 3D gestures with Leap Motion and rendering with Away3D. In order to get up to speed with the new … Continue reading

Posted in Development, Exhibit Design, Gestures, Multi-touch, OE SDK, Open Source, Software, UI Design, Visitor Experience

Major Release: Open Exhibits 3

We are excited to announce the Open Exhibits 3 release which includes a number of significant and exciting improvements to the free and open HCI software framework. The most fundamental change to the framework is in how Open Exhibits 3 … Continue reading

Posted in Accessibility, Community, Development, Gestures, Hardware, Multi-touch, OE SDK, Open Source, Software

Open Exhibits & CMME: Accessibility in Interactive Exhibits

Open Exhibits takes another step towards accessibility in the latest release with the addition of the text-to-speech and speech-to-text capabilities. With the new Open Exhibits 3.0 release, there is an example project that contains an interface to the Microsoft Speech … Continue reading

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This project is made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under Award Number MG-30-14-0037-14.

Matching funds for OpenExhibits are provided by Ideum, makers of custom exhibits, touch tables, video walls and touch walls. Ideum also manages Touchless.Design - a zero-touch open-source initiative.

Open Exhibits is powered by
GestureWorks and developed by
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