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ASAP (Another Slight Atari Player) plays and converts 8-bit Atari music (*.sap, *.cmc, *.mpt, *.rmt, *.tmc, ...) on modern computers and mobile devices.82 weekly downloads
MIDletPascal is specifically suited for development of J2ME midlets. It's compiler translates Pascal source code directly into Java microedition bytecode.53 weekly downloads
ACNexus is a bluetooth sensor device, communicating with various clients such as mobile phones. The software suite consists of: ACNexusBT (Arduino firmware), ACNexusMobile (J2ME Phone App), ACNexusQC (Quartz Composer Plugin), ACNexusX (OS X app)1 weekly downloads
Remote controlled car model made from mobile phones1 weekly downloads
Project FlyIM consist of three parts, which are together making a full featured XMPP (and not only) connection on your cell phone.1 weekly downloads
Control remoto para linux1 weekly downloads
Code for the SALAMANDER environmental sensor project. SALAMANDERs are wireless motes (Crossbow TelosB with MSP430 processor) with a string of sensors attached. Mote code is in nesC. DataGetter java code enables mobile phones to collect sensor data.1 weekly downloads
The goal of this project is to develop an open source electronic board for actual paintball guns.It will feature all the modes and settings you can find in recent commercial boards. But here, a bluetooth link will be used to set parameters ...
Scheme for MIDP enabled phones.
OMMP is a community driven open source platform for developing mobile mashups (aka moshups) for mass-market devices. With OMMP, you can create fully functional widgets/applications that work on almost all mobile devices within a few hours.
OpenEADL is a collection of open source applications that may be used to extend the functionality of powered-wheelchairs and electronic aids for daily living (EADL).
The Red Piper project simplifies client/server connections. Standard connection stacks on market-leading app server and client platforms frees developers from Web browsers, and enables native clients.
Titan allows service-oriented processing of context recognition applications on Wireless Sensor Networks. It includes an execution environment developed for TinyOS and a Java ME (Personal Profile) Network Manager intended to be run on a mobile phone.
secondary power source utilization.
Enabled Work Space tools for all platforms and people
This is a description of the project. Open source for use
C/C++ IDE for java enabled phones
The goal of project is an engine for Synthetic Quotes and Synthetic Spread generation.