An open source computer vision library for TI TMS320C64x DSP. It is compatible with OpenCV.
Allow PC users to see image of the movies (\'virtual screen\') and 3D games at far distance (that mean bigger size of objects !). For realtime 3D applications (games) it allow even to determine relative distance between objects without using keyboard
FCE stands for Fastest Convolution in the Emirates and is a utility set to perform various types of convolution in the shortest possible time.
Hdot264 is an experimental video codec project that is compliant with the latest and most efficient video compression standard. That standard has many aliases, including H.26L, JVT, MPEG-4 part 10, AVC and H.264 .
The purpose of this project is to provide a biometric security solution by using voice print, fingerprint and/or facial recognition along with a password and/or smart card support using AES to protect data. Please read forums for if interested.
This is the development site for frame buffer video drivers and video subsystem for Linux.
MHW is a real-time descrambler build on a linux-based PC, that will emulate, decrypt and descramble the Suka II Satellite cryptoalgorithm.
See details at www.MPlayerHQ.hu. The project (including CVS, www and maillists) has been moved away from SF at summer of 2001.
MacMPEG2Decoder (aka MM2D) decodes MPEG2 video into a variety of formats, normally quicktime based, on a Macintosh (Classic & OSX).
Music Visualization Stuido (MVS) is designed as a replacement of Winamp AVS. Using an interface similar to the powerful Buzz music sequencer, MVS gives the power to use video and hardware accelerated 3D to create presets way beyond the scope of AVS.
PIC16F84 based Pong Game
This project provides the PIC16F84 source code required to program an old-fashioned pong game running on very basic hardware (schematic supplied) connected to a TV.
PyramidWorkshop is an image-compression System based upon the scientific work of John Robinson (inventor of BTPC) about image-compression with adaptive linear predictors and is in average more efficient than PNG/JPEG2000.
Robocup MSL is the mid sized league of robocup www.robocup.org. This site has been assembled to assist in sharing Robocup MSL resources for whichever teams wish to do so. Team Leaders please contact an admin to post your code.
SRec is a program for recording videos from whatever is happening on your AmigaOS 4.x computer screen (useful for making tutorials, showing off games/programs, etc.). This is a purely software solution so no extra hardware is needed to use it.
TV software package for viewing TV, Teletext (TTX), Electronic Programme Guide (EPG), recording movies and hearing radio with BT8x8 based TV cards on the Windows plattform.
A version of the classic game Space Invaders developed in MIPS Assembly and implemented on the Altera DE2 board.
The Open MPEG project aims to create GPL'ed codecs(MPEG-4) for multimedia solutions. Rather than compete with corporations or others, we feel that this project can help all interests come together and work for one unified codec free for everyone's use.
The UNO-PMC is an opensource Personal Multimedia Center project. It is a total solution of PMC(Personal Mutimedia Center), contains harware and software development. It provide cricuit design, and OS optimized for media applications, and GUI, etc.
VIDIX is VIDeo Interface for linux. VIDIX is portable interface which was designed and introduced as interface to userspace drivers to provide DGA everywhere where it's possible.
Fast MMX/SSEx wavelet-based lossy video codec for video NLE purposes.
Deinterlacing plugin for xawtv/motv.
Xvid is an open source MPEG-4 video codec, written in C with assembler optmizations for quality and speed (including MMX, SSE, SSE2 and 3Dnow! code for i386 and AltiVec for PowerPC).
The cc3 project provides software for embedded vision systems. Currently, the software runs on the CMUcam3 hardware platform, which is a NXP LPC2106-based board with an onboard CMOS camera and FIFO, MMC interface, serial UARTs, and servo controller.
FFavs, fast forwarding or transcoding every video format to AVS format. The name comes from FFmpeg. Because of its cheap license and good compression efficiency, AVS is a better choice to replace MPEG-2 than H.264/AVC.