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Call for Participation: TUIO Hackathon - http://tuio.gispl.org/
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Studio at ITS 2014, November 16th, Dresden, Germany
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Topics

While the original TUIO specification has been implemented for various
hardware and software environments and has become a de-facto standard
for various multi-modal input devices, the next TUIO generation does
not yet provide many feature complete reference implementations,
although its specification has been finalized and partially implemented
by community members. This TUIO Hackathon is addressing expert users
and developers of hardware and software environments for surface-based
tangible user interfaces that are interested in experimenting with the
new TUIO framework, with the goal of initiating the development and
integration of new TUIO implementations.

Call for Participation

This workshop primarily targets software and hardware developers that
are planning to integrate the TUIO framework into their existing
tangible interaction platforms and applications. After an initial
overview to the general architecture of the TUIO protocol, we will
introduce the extended feature set of the 2.0 specification compared to
the present generation and its implementations. The goal of this
hackathon is to initiate a wider adoption of the next generation TUIO
framework by producing a core set of software implementations and
hardware integrations. Finally the workshop will provide a forum to
discuss possible design improvements as well as an outlook into a
future organization of the TUIO community.

Schedule (preliminary)

	10:00 - 11:00: Introduction to TUIO 2.0
	11:00 - 13:00: Hackathon Part 1
	13:00 - 14:00: Lunch
	14:00 - 17:00: Hackathon Part 2
	17:00 - 18:00: Discussion & wrap-up
	19:00 - open end: Dinner

Important Dates

  Sept 30th, 2014:     Early registration deadline for ITS (important:
                         participants need to register by this date!)

  November 16th, 2014: Studio at ITS 2014 in Dresden

Organizers

  Martin Kaltenbrunner, University of Art and Design in Linz
  Florian Echtler, Bauhaus-Universit├Ąt Weimar

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Dr. Florian Echtler
Junior Professor

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Computer Science and Media
Bauhaus-Universit├Ąt Weimar
http://www.uni-weimar.de/en/media/
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