Homer is a free cross-platform SIP softphone with video support.
Homer is a free cross-platform SIP softphone with video support. The Homer software is able to communicate in peer-to-peer mode without any infra- structure. But it also supports SIP servers (PBX boxes) as well. The amount of participants per live video conferences is not limited by the software. Besides the conference functions, Homer can also be used for video/audio streaming, recording and screencasting. Video as well as audio data from files or hardware devices can be streamed to every conference participant individually. Additionally, video/audio streams can be started as separate unicast transmissions to any host in the local network or the Internet with quality settings ranging from very low to very high (HDTV). Such streams can be received by Homer and can again be recorded to disc and made available for offline playback. Source code: https://github.com/Homer-Conferencing/Homer-Conferencing
The open source, multimodal interactive "Sensitive Artificial Listener" dialogue system created by the EU project SEMAINE.
LED Matrix controller software
PixelController – a matrix control project by Michael Vogt , (c) 2010-2013. The main goal of this application is to create an easy to use matrix controller software which creates stunning visuals! Keywords: Arduino, Teensy, OSC, MIDI, PureData, Visuals, RealTime
Video player who display anagplyph video from side by side stereoscopic video.
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ProCast allows users to control multiple cameras and files on their computer to create video that can be sent to a website or endcoded on the computer for later play back.
Quase-Cinema VJ software. www.quasecinema.org