I've been asked to create an interactive demo on a 46" touch screen monitor. I've decided to give Edge Animate a go instead of Flash.
Demo will be probably be fairly basic -- buttons, video, some animations -- don't want to over promise and under deliver, you know? I may have to use Chrome for the browser, because I may be stuck with a Windows7 machine.
Any red flags so far?
And if anyone could point me in the direction of resources - tutorials, examples, standards, tips, whatever - for creating touch screen demos/kiosks it would be much appreciated. There's either a lack of info, or I'm using incorrect search terms.
Seems doable in Edge. Just note that video is not nativey supported in Edge, so you'll have to hack that in (there are several examples on the forum of folks embedding video).
Of note: Chrome has a "kiosk" mode that hides all user controls, and displays the website in full screen.
Check out these links:
Hi Tim! Sorry to bother you, but in the Adobe Edge Preview Forum you wrote a beautiful basecode for scrub the animations: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1082552?tstart=0.
Now I'm trying to make a circular scrubber, almost I got it but not completely.
Can you take a look at the code???
Many thanks in advance!!