The OI Framework is made of an underlying runtime kernel (OI Kernel) on top of which a graphical editor called OIDE (OpenInterface Development Environment) is built.
Download the tutorial for the installation of the OI framework here :
Download a set of structured tutorials to learn how to use the OIDE :
For information about pre-requisites to installation of the OI Kernel, especially regarding the installation of MinGW/MSYS, please click here
Download the OI Kernel (v0.3.5 - Windows)
Download the OIDE (v1.0) - The OIDE package also contains an initial set of components and a simple tutorial
Source codes and various documentations on the OpenInterface Forge
Browse the OI Component repository for OI components and interaction techniques
The Multimodal Middleware Protocol (MMP) is a platform independent protocol used to build and manage a network of Multimodal Components. The goal of MMP was is to facilitate the adoption of new multimodal interaction techniques on mobile and embedded devices. It was especially designed to be used with embedded devices with limited resources. The protocol provides the foundation layer for component interoperability, composition and adoption.
The OI deliverable “D7.1 Specification of proposed extensions” contains a complete specification of the MMP.:
Download the implementation of the MMP in the Python language.