I have made a special version of MMA which uses the Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) technology.

It now supports adding images on-fly. Just connect your digital camera by using your usb transfer cable (or if you have a memorycard reader that would be even better) and all your images will be downloaded to the multitouch desktop. Your camera should be using the DCIM standard).

Since the Pro version is using Adobe AIR it is no longer needed to perform a special trick to get the filelists of the videos and images. Please read the readme.txt for more information.

To run the application it is required to download the runtime enviroment, at this moment only versions for Windows and MacOS computers are available. A Linux version should be available next year.

Multitouch Media Application Pro v2a
Adobe AIRrequired

10 Comment


    Very impressive !
    It’s possible with this system to use FMS server and internet to show videos ?

    great work !!

    24 Sep 2007 | Reply

  1. Tim Roth

    yo falcon, gotta work on this with you.. damm, its getting really good.
    I would actually work on the interface, graphics mainly, not the code…
    any interest? see ya on irc

    26 Sep 2007 | Reply

  2. Jenny

    Weet niet wat je gedaan hebt maar klinkt heel interessant 😀

    28 Sep 2007 | Reply

  3. great work !!

    03 Oct 2007 | Reply

  4. city_kid


    Been looking for some good GUIs to use with a DI multitouch table. Yours looks very good, however, when I download AIR runtime beta 2, the MMA app doesn’t load. I am on Windows 2000 still….

    Any advise?


    09 Oct 2007 | Reply

  5. Hi city_kid,

    I’m not sure if the AIR runtime is fully win2000 compatible. From my expiriences there are somes troubles in Vista and some versions of XP aswell.

    09 Oct 2007 | Reply

  6. Hi There Falcon,

    when I try and install this, Air returns this error:

    “This application requires a version of Adobe AIR which is no longer supported. Please contact the application author for an updated version.”

    12 Oct 2007 | Reply

  7. Hi WillFM,

    I noticed AIR beta2 is out, I’ll recompile the application this weekend.

    13 Oct 2007 | Reply

  8. Barry Tallis

    I tried running this on AIR beta2 and beta3 but its not working. Is there a build that works?

    21 Dec 2007 | Reply

  9. Interesting, will try it out. Had to install Air first though.

    08 Aug 2010 | Reply

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