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bwFLA EaaS: Releasing Digital Art into the Wild

With the bwFLA Emulation-as-a-Service you can enable users to view your (interactive) objects without actually giving the environment+object to the user. This is a nice feature, especially for dig. art and similar: you can provide access to an almost unlimited amount of people being able to view, use and interact with a piece of dig. art without being able to copy it. The owner remains in control of the object and is able to restrict access any time.

Jon Thomson and Alison Craighead (www.thomson-craighead.net) nicely prepared and integrated two of their art pieces for public access using the bwFLA EaaS infrastructure. Please take a look at:

http://www.thomson-craighead.net/docs/thal.html

and 

http://www.triggerhappy.org

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For more information about bwFLA and Emulation as a Service please take a look at our website: http://bw-fla.uni-freiburg.de/

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