Demos of Applications built on W3C Standards

07 Nov 2011

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This session showcased three examples of advanced applications based on W3C standards.

1. Collaborative demo from Microsoft (Tom Underhill) and the University of Western Ontario (Stephen Watt) showing interoperability of InkML generated from PowerPoint, University of Western Ontario InkChat, and HTML 5, including drag and drop from PowerPoint to InkChat and publishing to HTML 5.

InkChat can be downloaded from http://www.csd.uwo.ca/~rhu8/Research/Projects/InkChat/inkChat.html

2. Demo from Microsoft (Markus Mielke)showing how CSS regions can be used to generate sophisticated page layouts for HTML documents.

3. Demo from Openstream (Nagesh Kharidi) showing Openstream's Personal Health Record, using the Multimodal Architecture, InkML, EMMA, and SRGS (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTJ22AysBYM.)

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