solution for a museum?
Fergus.To.mod at gmail.com
Fri Sep 24 16:56:20 BST 2004
Yeah, I would try KDE-koisk or kioske for for the touch-screen.
On Fri, 24 Sep 2004 17:21:41 +0200, Waldo Bastian <bastian at kde.org> wrote:
> On Friday 24 September 2004 15:55, Gavin Hamill wrote:
> > On Friday 24 September 2004 14:36, Michael Renner wrote:
> > > Moin,
> > >
> > > I'm searching for an application, that should run in a museum. I need a
> > > interactive (touch screen) system als well as the posibility to play
> > > movies at such a station. The visitors should find information about all
> > > aspects of the exibition, 'klick' to a menu system to start movies etc.
> > Google for 'kde kiosk' - think about implementing your system as a
> > Konqueror instance on an Intranet, thereby allowing you to include embedded
> > video within the webpages, and at teh same time, the user of the kiosk
> > doesn't need to know it's a web browser :)
> There is also "kioske" which is under development and unrelated to "kiosk".
> I believe it aims to provide things like a toucch-screen keyboard, but I'm not
> very familar with it. Joseph Wenninger was working on it, maybe he can
> comment on it.
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To-mod-or-not-to-mod, that is what we must ask each other!
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