2014 Cyberlearning Summit

The 2014 Cyberlearning Summit will be June 9-10, 2014 at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, WI.  It will feature 15 talks about the latest research on technology and learning, research posters, technology demonstrations and panels.   If you are … Continue reading

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We’re Gearing up for the AAM Museum Expo

  Open Exhibits and Ideum are getting ready to host a booth (#2809) in the Technology Innovation Zone at next month’s AAM Museum Expo in Seattle. We hope those of you attending will stop by our booth to see the … Continue reading

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HCI+ISE Conference Proceedings Available Online

The proceedings of the HCI+ISE conference, held in June, are now available online. You can read the complete document in the Papers section of the Open Exhibits site or on ISSUU. An accessible PDF version is in the works. Special … Continue reading

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Ideum at the AAM Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo

Ideum will be attending this month’s American Alliance of Museum’s Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo in Baltimore, May 19-22. We’ll be at Booth #501 - come see our Platform 3M 46 touch table, Presenter 55 touch wall, and our Open Exhibits Collection Viewer application. The MuseumExpo opening event begins on Monday, … Continue reading

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Designing Open Exhibits for the British Museum

This week, we finalized our designs for two prototype exhibits for the British Museum. In discussing them with the Open Exhibits team, our priority was how to design exhibits that are simple to produce (without ActionScript programming) yet deliver a … Continue reading

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London to New Mexico: Multitouch for the British Museum

Leaving London Olympic madness behind, I have landed in New Mexico for a month-long fellowship with Open Exhibits. It has been a long road from the multitouch seminar held at The British Museum in October 2011. That event brought an Ideum … Continue reading

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Playsurface: Low-Cost Multi-Touch Table

New kickstarter for a low-cost multi-touch table! LED lighting, flat-pack wood chassis, and dedicated tracking electronics. MS Surface performance, low price. Continue reading

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Papers Section of the Open Exhibits Site Updated

The papers section of the Open Exhibits website has be reworked and expanded. There are dozens of research papers and articles focusing on natural user interface, accessibility, user experience, UI design, evaluation, multitouch techniques, and more.  We hope you find … Continue reading

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Emerging Exhibits: Exploring New Models of HCI – Course at Ontario Science Centre

Later this spring, I will be teaching a course on exhibit development for the Cultural Resource Management Program at the University of Victoria. The course will be held in Toronto at the Ontario Science Centre from April 22-24. It is … Continue reading

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Cyberlearning Research Summit

The National Science Foundation is sponsoring a one-day conference in Washington DC exploring computing and networking in both formal and informal education. You can tune into the Webcast (and archive) at: http://cyberlearning.sri.com/webcast/ The conference page describes the summit. NSF has … Continue reading

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