The Touchless Design open-source project creates tools and techniques to aid in the creation of safe, touchless interactive exhibits. Touchless.Design hosts open-source software, design approaches, and eventually will include hardware information and other resources. These resources are freely available to museums, libraries, cultural organizations, and other public institutions. Commercial entities can use them with some restrictions (see our Software License for full details).


We are currently working with the National Gallery of Art and other institutions to develop a prototype system. In addition, Touchless.Design has received funding from Intel as part of their Pandemic Response Technology Initiative. We will be posting articles on our progress this summer and releasing open-source software in the fall.


Touchless Design 2.0 Released, Touchless Pedestal II Available Now

The Touchless Pedestal II is now on the network with new Touchless Design software.

Freetouch, TouchFree, and a preview of Touchless Design 2.0

New Touchless Options for Touch Screen Kiosks, Touch Tables, and Projection Installations

Ideum Puts Touchless on a Pedestal

New Touchless Pedestal Expands Opportunities for Zero-Touch Interaction

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