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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Use of commercial application create with Hollywood/designer in action
   posted by unimon on 5-Dec-2011 21:59:58 (2303 reads)
Christoph and Sébastien Poelzl, two nice representatives of RMS-Communications have made a project of interactive terminal based on Hollywood under MorphOS. It consists of a touch-sensitive screen of 22 " using the driver Poseidon under MorphOS installed on a Mac mini 1,5GHz.


This border is in commercial service in the private hospital Bois-Cerf (Wood-deer, link for English website) in Lausanne (Switzerland). Here are other views included 2 of the terminal :

Entrance;
Entrance;
Terminal;
Terminal.

It presents to the patients and the visitors the works of enlargement in an interactive way thanks to a Hollywood application.

This project of interactive terminal enters within the framework of a much more important project which will have to implement touch-sensitive screens which can go to 42 " and even beyond. They can be proposed on various markets and could be placed in luxury hotels, tourist information offices or/and in other private or public complexes.

In parallel RMS-Communications has commissioned and collaborated with Andreas Falkenhahn of Airsoftwair to develop a Hollywood concept/application on IPad.

Reminder of the communiqué of 25-09-2011 11:02 :

“Hollywood has recently been ported to the iPad (ARM architecture) by order of a commercial customer who needs to use it on tablet devices in clinics and hotels. A small demo video of Hollywood running on iPad has been uploaded to : YouTube. Unfortunately, it will most likely not be possible to integrate iPad support into Hollywood's cross-compiler because of several technical and legal restrictions that iPad apps are subject to. For commercial customers, however, we can now offer several solutions to get their Hollywood projects converted into iPad apps"
.

And it is not finished, as Christoph, of RMS-Communications, works in close collaboration with Andreas Falkenhahn, Hollywood Designer's developer, he has the privilege of betatesting his products. On the occasion of the Alchimie 111111 in France he received the authorization to show the next version of Hollywood Designer 3.1.

About RMS-Communications:

RMS-Communications is known and recognized as an innovative agency at the level of the advertising and the communication in Swiss French. Where it distinguishes itself it is to work with MorphOS operating system (on Pegasos and Mac). It involves a lot on developing the system and the programs.
On the other hand, it was already noticed by collaborating with RELEC on some events. It moreover received the first "Communication and offer of service Trophy" during the “Multimedia Exhibition of Colmar” (France) in 2009 for the development of its new software package of type ERP's management, presented on MorphOS. The jury of Colmar has been convinced by all the alternative advantages of MUIBase ERP: cross-platform, portable, very friendly and smooth graphic interface for a complete solution and sold in moderate costs in SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) : Feature article, unfortunately only in French.

Team Relec Switzerland
    

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Re: Use of commercial application create with Hollywood/desi
Posted on 5-Dec-2011 22:42:15
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Great demonstration of what Hoolywood can do, as well as nice MOS / MacMini will be "commercialy" used. as well as touchscreen support!


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Re: Use of commercial application create with Hollywood/desi
Posted on 6-Dec-2011 5:20:56
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That's really nice.

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Re: Use of commercial application create with Hollywood/desi
Posted on 6-Dec-2011 11:07:15
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A good demonstration the Hollywood and its power, pity that not all people support this program.


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Posted on 6-Dec-2011 15:04:57
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This is surely good for MorphOS and Hollywood.

So what's OS4 been doing? Maye someone needs to advertise and get machines out there.

Last edited by Hypex on 08-Dec-2011 at 03:18 PM.

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Posted on 6-Dec-2011 21:32:58
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Congratulations to all involved!

This seems to be an impressive product!

best regards

Torgeir Vee
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www.ferrule-media.no

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Cool! Great work bringing out Amiga to the public.

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Nice.

Having seen some of the Windows based garbage on the market, I can not imagine this to get any less than an awesome response.


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