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Re: [Closed REQ 5547]:
The software is freely available -- the only thing we'd ask is that you tell us what you do with it. The software now being used in the Science Museum of Minnesota runs on a Silicon Graphics Iris (in their case, an R4000 Indigo XZ). You can get it by anonymous FTP from geom.umn.edu as pub/software/tritile.tar.Z. It requires visitors to have access to (only) a 1-button mouse; the keyboard is not used. There's a similar program, written by Jeff Weeks, which runs on the Macintosh. It's not specifically designed for museum use, e.g. nothing will restart the program if it should crash. You can also fetch that by anonymous FTP from geom.umn.edu, as various files under pub/software/KaleidoTile. You're also free to use that. Some high school classroom curriculum materials related to KaleidoTile were prepared this summer; we haven't yet arranged a method for distributing them (probably via a publisher), but if you'd be interested we can let you know when they're available.
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