Elegant-Ambiance

This posts details a new theme intended for use on Ubuntu 14.04. The theme uses many elements of Milieu Bird and Ubuntu’s default ambiance. The sharp contrast between the dark headers of Milieu Bird with the lighter elements of ambiance lends a stylish and usable Ubuntu look.

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Classroom Control Through the Kinect

In this previous post I mentioned that we at TEL in Durham had been running some studies using the Kinect with SynergyNet.  Though data analysis is still being carried out on the results I’ve decided to provide some details on the system, its working and its capabilities, in addition to some of the initial findings.

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Milieu Bird – A theme for Ubuntu 13.04

This posts details  a theme intended for use on Ubuntu 13.04.  The theme uses many elements of the Elegant Bird, a theme previously intended for xfce built on Elegant Brit and Greybird.  The result is a clear theme with square windows and tidy title buttons for a simple yet stylish appearance.

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SynergyNet’s updated support for TUIO and Windows 7

All current versions of SynergyNet, TEL‘s multi-touch framework for classrooms, have support for TUIO.  However, anyone who has tried to use the software may have noticed that its TUIO support can be flakey at times.  This has been amended in a recent update to SynergyNet 2.5 and 3.

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Developing with SynergyView

Recently we’ve made the push at TEL in Durham to make code relating to work developed in the SynergyNet project more accessible. We have now started an effort to create guides for getting started on developing with our software. This post details how to build a development platform for our video time-line analysis tool; SynergyView.

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Developing with SynergyNet

Recently we’ve made the push at TEL in Durham to make code relating to work developed in the SynergyNet project more accessible.  We have now started an effort to create guides for getting started on developing with our software.  This post details how to build a development platform for our multi-touch framework; SynergyNet.

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