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TwitterCamp

TwitterCamp is an application that shows Twitter messages on the screen in a format that is easy and quick to view.  It is designed for conferences, events and seminars where showing public Twitter Streams makes the event enjoyable.

TwitterCamp is an Adobe AIR based app that was written to work for Windows, Macintosh and Linux based platforms.  It is currently being ported to work on embedded devices like app-enabled televisions.

TwitterCamp also offers event organizers the ability to display sponsor-loops or informational videos (alongside Tweets).

With an optional server component (or subscription to our cloud service) you can also use TwitterCamp to collect live votes.  Event participants are asked to call or text a local phone number (short code coming soon), and their vote is displayed in real-time on the screen, along side Tweets of the same topic.  The event manager is also able to control vote questions from another computer or Android based phone.  This mode also allows Tweets to be filtered for content by an operator as well.

  • The base version of TwitterCamp is free, which allows for the Tweets to be displayed.
  • Remote Controled TwitterCamp (works with up to 14 instances of TwitterCamp) requires on-site server or hosted service.  Please contact nick@theflexgroup.org for more information.
  • Polling and Voting mode requires an on-site server or hosted service.  There is a base price for this mode plus usage (about $0.04 per incoming vote).TwitterCamp

Download the base version TwitterCamp here, or if you wish to get a demo of the hosted service, please contact nick@theflexgroup.org

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