NEMO-UX Shell Is A Futuristic, Multi-User Wayland Experience
Written by Michael Larabel in Wayland on 18 November 2014 at 11:57 AM EST. 22 Comments
WAYLAND --
Demonstrated at the ACM Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ACM ITS) event in Dresden, Germany the past few deays was the "NEMOSHELL" that looks like a futuristic user experience supported by Wayland.

The NEMOSHELL windowing system supports multiple devices whether it be touch panels or mice or other devices. NEMOSHELL also supports multiple users in a Docker-based container system, supports a range of applications that support Wayland while there is also X11 support, and there's desktop/embedded environment support.

NEMO-UX developers admit to being inspired by science fiction movies in designing this new user experience. The developers behind the project seem to originate from a university in Korea. While no code is publicly available at this time, you can find out more via NEMOUX.net and the videos embedded below.

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