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Kickstart the DUO: The World’s First DIY 3D Sensor

Have you heard of the DUO? The DUO is the world’s first and only DIY 3D sensing solution. The DUO comes in many forms: with open hardware plans, molded cases, kits and fully assembled devices. All paired with an open … Continue reading

Posted in Exhibit Design, Hardware, Open Source

Open Exhibits 2.5 Coming October 18, 2012

The Open Exhibits team is excited to announce that the newest version of Open Exhibits will be released on October 18, 2012. Along with all the great new features and improvements like more efficient gesture processing, improved gesture support, support for … Continue reading

Posted in Development, Exhibit Design, OE SDK, Software, UI Design

Fall 2012 Conference Round-up

This fall brings three exciting conferences of interest to the Open Exhibits community, and lead Open Exhibits organization Ideum will be participating in each. The first is ASTC 2012, the Association of Science-Technology Centers conference in Columbus, Ohio on October … Continue reading

Posted in Community, Culture, Exhibit Design, Research

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