ConferenceXP is an open source research platform that provides simple, flexible, and extensible conferencing and collaboration using high-bandwidth networks and the advanced multimedia capabilities of Microsoft Windows. ConferenceXP helps researchers and educators develop innovative applications and solutions that feature broadcast-quality audio and video in support of real-time distributed collaboration and distance learning environments.
ConferenceXP was originally developed by Microsoft Research beginning in 2001. In 2007 Microsoft Research External Research and Programs funded the Center for Collaborative Technologies at the University of Washington to continue work on the ConferenceXP platform and to apply the technologies to a wide range of educational and collaborative scenarios. In 2010, rights were transferred to the OuterCurve Foundation
and the Apache Licence version 2.0 was applied.
Please visit the University of Washington Center for Collaborative Technologies
site for information about current and future ConferenceXP development.Binary Downloads
For questions about ConferenceXP development, please use the forums at: http://cct.cs.washington.edu/conferencexp/forum
. Also note that the old ConferenceXP forums are available here
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