New GestureWorks Tutorials & Educational Pricing

It’s been a busy week for the GestureWorks team. Our programmers have been developing a Flex-compatible version of GestureWorks, which we expect to release later this month. (We already provide the easiest way to author multitouch with Adobe Flash.) Be the first to know about our Flex release; follow GestureWorks on Twitter and Facebook.

We’ve posted some great new tutorials on creating applications with the flick & zoom gestures, as well as a more complex tutorial on implementing rotate, zoom & drag on multiple objects. Hopefully these tutorials will aid new developers as well as developers new to GestureWorks in easily creating multitouch applications in Flash.

We are now offering educational pricing for developers and teachers in both institutional and informal learning environments. Museum folk, that means educational pricing is available for you too! The standard version of GestureWorks, which allows distribution on up to 5 machines, is $99, while a site license is $399. Use the coupon code “edu50” at checkout before April 15th to save an additional $50 dollars on your new copy of GestureWorks!

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