I am starting an interactive museum display project. The piece will be displayed on an interactive touchscreen in an exhibition space for a long time (possibly 10 years).
I am wondering what is the best tool to use for creating the interactive piece. It will contain mostly text, images and some video. It is a standalone piece. So, it does not need to go online. Should I use the Actionscript 3 features of Animate CC to build this, as a standalone flash file? Or would it be better to build this with HTML 5, using the HTML Canvas part of Animate CC?
Also, I would like to use click and drag/swipe interaction on the touch screen. Can this be implemented with Actionscript 3/Flash, or does this type of swipe interaction require HTML 5?
Any advice would be appreciated.
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I would recommend creating your project in AS3 and publishing it as an Adobe AIR for Desktop project (which is cross-platform). You would get the drag/swipe interaction you require.
I have used AIR foe Desktop for many standalone kiosk-type projects include exhibition and office reception displays.