Please see the Conditions of Use applying to the CWASA software.
For information on this and previous releases of CWASA, please see the Release Notes and Platform Issues.
Some examples use a wider range of characters than the standard avatars Anna, Marc, Francoise, Luna and Siggi. The additional avatars are made available for evaluation only. Please contact email@example.com to discuss commercial support and use of additional avatars.
These pages should function on all major browsers on Windows, Linux, and OS X.
They should also function on iOS devices and modern tablets and smart phones.
See below for a version transpiled for legacy browsers such as Internet Explorer.
Feedback is welcomed via firstname.lastname@example.org, including on experience with other platforms.
CWA Signing Avatars (CWASA) with Avatar and GUI panels
CWA Signing Avatars (CWASA) with Avatar and GUI elements
CWA Signing Avatars (CWASA) with Avatar and bespoke GUI
The Open and Legacy releases demonstrate pages using a script transpiled for legacy browsers such as Internet Explorer.
The Legacy release demonstrates pages using a Java Applet to process SiGML data.
An application for animating SiGML data is available based on the WebGL implementation via Node.js and Electron. Installers are available for OS X, Windows, and Linux. See notes on CWASA Platform Issues, especially for the Linux distribution.The application can also play SiGML data that it receives on a socket. See Driving the SiGML Player App for details.
The application is available in the Open and Legacy distributions.
Working demonstration of the user interfaces for the Electron applications:
Development of the JASigning and CWASA software was supported by the EU Framework 7 project Dicta-Sign FP7-ICT-3-231135.
Available under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND License. JRWG 2021-01-19