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Monday 16 April 2012



Setting up an interactive presentation area
by a public-focused approach

K-Jing is a client-server application that uses internet and portable tablet computers.

Used for speakers presentations - in conferences as well as museums – this user-friendly software helps tailoring exhibited contents to visitors’ needs, expectations and specificities such as language abilities, age, etc.

The name is a reference to D-Jing (a music mixing program) and V-Jing (a video mixer) where the K stands for knowledge (as in knowledge mixer).

KJing demo from Erasme on Vimeo.

K'jing (knowledge V'jing) from Erasme on Vimeo.

How does it work?

The speaker selects media (pictures, videos, texts and sounds) on the computer and sets up a library of several inputs ready to diffuse – by a simple drag-and-drop - to a wide range of screens: local and personal devices, each being able to receive its own content.

The speaker gets a closer position towards the public and a global view on the area of diffusion.

K-jing has been experimented during a few exhibitions and got a very positive feedback by the end users.
This prototype will be updated for the opening of the Confluences Museum in 2014.

It has been tested by la Casemate - Grenoble, during the exhibition XYZT - Adrien Mondot.
Here enclosed an abstract of this experimentation :

Compte rendu expérimentation Kjing


  • For any question : kjing@googlegroups.com

Documents :

par Patrick Vincent, Christophe Monnet