OpenPTrack was showcased at InterpTech 2016, a three-day conference organized by the National Association for Interpretation (NAI) and California State Parks. Held April 24-27 in Pacific Grove, California, the program focused on the application and implementation of innovative technology for interpretive projects.
On April 25, Zoe Sandoval, Jeff Burke and Taylor Fitz-Gibbon presented Community, Creativity, and Technology: The Interpretive Media Lab at LASHP. The presentation featured “physical computing” and participatory-design projects created for the mockup of the Los Angeles State Historic Park (LASHP) Welcome Pavilion, which uses OpenPTrack as a primary interface for body-based interactions. (The Interpretive Media Lab [IMLab] is a partnership between UCLA REMAP and California State Parks.)
On April 27, during the final event of the conference, Physical Computing Demonstration and Design Charrette, the team demonstrated the OpenPTrack platform, allowing participants to explore existing applications and workshop new ideas.
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