OpenQwaq

Teleplace, the leading provider of virtual workspaces, announced a new open source project called OpenQwaq.

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CEO Tony Nemelka said in a Hypergrid business interview (see below): “Not enough people are exposed to the technology. We felt that there was an obligation we had, to expose a lot more people to the technology. The open source release of the platform will do no economic harm to us and will benefit the market as a whole.” I am persuaded that Teleplace has the best technology for real communication, collaboration and education in telepresence, and I think open sourcing OpenQwaq is a great and visionary initiative.

This opens new and exciting possibilities for the teleXLR8 project, and our team is planning to reload the project with OpenQwaq. See this summary of teleXLR8, and stay tuned for more.

OpenQwaq website
OpenQwaq mailing list
Teleplace: Teleplace Announces the OpenQwaq Open Source Project for Virtual Workspaces
Teleplace blog: Moving Immersive Collaboration Forward
Hypergrid Business: Teleplace open sources OpenQwaq
Hypergrid Business: Why Teleplace went open source
Hypergrid Business: Teleplace Connect to have web viewer

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1 Response to “OpenQwaq”


  1. 1 plusultratech May 27, 2011 at 6:46 pm

    A great idea. I can hardly wait!


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