GestureWorks Multitouch Flash SDK – Pricing and Release Date

GestureWorks Multitouch Flash SDK

GestureWorks is now available and has Windows 7 support.

Updated: October 18, 2009:  We will now be releasing GestureWorks on December 3rd, we apologize for the delay.  We will be building in support for Windows 7. We will let you know of other new developments as they happen.

On November 10th, we will be releasing GestureWorks; a multitouch Flash development environment (SDK) for both Windows and Mac developers. The package includes “NextWindow” drivers for the HP TouchSmart and Dell Studio One, providing a complete solution for authoring multitouch applications in Flash.

The GestureWorks authoring package will sell for $349 for commercial users and $199 for Educational users. (Commercial developers are encouraged to contact us for bulk pricing for distributing GestureWorks-built applications.)

Gestureworks provides a simplified and standardized approach to multitouch application development using Adobe Flash and ActionScript 3. Together with our HP TouchSmart Kiosk Stand, Gestureworks provides everything Flash exhibit developers need to create multitouch enabled computer kiosks. Of course, this Flash framework can also be used with our multitouch table along with Natural User Interface’s Snowflake Software and other devices and software that support the TUIO protocol. Learn more about GestureWorks.

The free alpha trial version will be available on the GestureWorks site through September. Follow us on Twitter for the latest updates.

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