Fisheries acoustics data processing software
# What is ESP3? ESP3 is an open-source software package for visualizing and processing fisheries acoustics data, developed by the deepwater fisheries acoustics team at NIWA (Wellington, New Zealand). # What can ESP3 do? ESP3 is designed for single-beam and split-beam data. Currently supported data formats are SIMRAD (.raw) and a small number of other formats. The software allows calibration and echo-integration and a number of algorithms are coded in, including bad pings identification, automated bottom detection, single targets identification and tracking, schools identification, etc.
A collection of developer tools for game-making on and for the Nintendo DS, including (but not limited to) content uploader, 2D game engine with sound, level and sprite editor.
Scheduler for PVRs
Scheduler for MediaPortal, DVBViewer, ArgusTV or any other recorder using commandline parameters.
Serial Bootloader for Microchip, Atmel, NXP, TI, 8051 microcontrolers
What is it? It's a Bootloader for Microchip, Atmel, NXP, TI and 8051 devices. A Bootloader is a firmware running in the microcontroler device which allows the user to send it's own firmware without the need of a programmer. This Bootloader consists of: - firmwares for many devices (this firmware need to be send to the device's flash memory with a programmer, only once) - a PC software which communicates with the bootloader firmware in the device and send the user's program in its memory Where does it come from? This Bootloader is based on "Tiny PIC Bootloader" made by Claudiu Chiculita. A special THANK to him!!! What can it do? It can program: - Microchip PIC10/12/16/18/24/32/dsPIC30/33 - Atmel ATtiny, ATmega - TI MPS430 - NXP ARM Cortex-M0+ - Silicon Labs C8051 And this: - with light modifications to the Bootloader firmware for new devices - without modifying your source code or using a special linker script - via GUI or command line prog - with automatic Reset
Asphyre is a cross-platform framework for Delphi and FreePascal.
Asphyre, also known as Platform eXtended Library, is a cross-platform framework for developing video games and scientific applications in Delphi, and FreePascal/Lazarus. The framework provides facilities for real-time rendering of graphics (using DirectX, OpenGL or Software Renderer), text output, mathematics (including vectors and matrices) and networking communication, among other features. It also supports singleboard devices such as Raspberry PI, Intel Galileo, BeagleBone Black and others with features like GPIO, SPI, I2C and so on, along with external displays, sensors and other peripheral devices.
A small C library for building user interfaces with C, XML and CSS.
LCUI is a freely available software library to create GUI application, it is written in C, support the use XML and CSS describe the graphical interface, you can use it to make some simple effects. The above description and screenshots is for the version 1.0.0 (+), and the 1.0.0 version is still in development, it is not officially released, please do not use old versions of "files "page to download as version 1.0.0.
A Python wrapper library for the cross-platform FLTK GUI library.
Single-player first person shooter game for JSR-184 Java/J2ME phones.
Re-live this classic story as an interactive 3D real-time action/adventure. Lead one of the world's greatest warriors, Achilles, through an almost never ending maze of encounters. All significant themes of the epic poem are explored. You'll discover the substance of heroism as well as the concepts of glory and honor by attempting to control the consuming rage within Achilles. Minimum requirements: JSR-184(Mobile 3D Graphics), CLDC 1.1, MIDP 2.0 Java/J2ME device with 1.5 megabytes of heap space
Class PictFont allows you to use custom fonts in your MIDlet for mobile phone. Fonts may be proportional, multi-colored or even animated. You can use several fonts in one MIDlet. Fonts can be loaded from jar-file or from the net or from Record Store.
This is a userland driver using Linux uinput and the kernel joystick interface to turn any device accessible through /dev/input/js* into a chorded keyboard.
colorForth is, in Chuck Moore's own words: "A dialect of Forth that uses color to replace punctuation. Includes its own operating system. Produces extremely compact programs. Instant compile from pre-parsed source."
Display server for Linux based on Webkit and HTML layout capabilities.
Hipe is a graphics layer and window system for Linux based on Webkit, using nested HTML tags which applications manipulate directly to create a GUI. It aims to provide functionality equivalent to existing systems like X (on Unix-like systems) or Quartz (on Apple OS-X), but using HTML with CSS as the display language. (For comparison, Apple's Quartz uses PDF encoding.) Unlike a web browser, Hipe does not use HTTP. Instead, applications use a public-domain API to connect to the Hipe display server, then manipulate a DOM-tree of HTML elements directly. Annoyances like page refreshes are done away with. Why use HTML? Because it's ubiquitous. Everyone is using it and everyone already knows how to use it. Why use a browser engine for an OS-level display layer? Because content rendering and layout is *hard*. Decades of development have seen web browser engines become very capable indeed. Meanwhile, native OS display capabilities have lagged behind. Time to fix that.
Turn your PC into a very advanced MediaCenter/HTPC
MediaPortal turns your PC into a very advanced MediaCenter / HTPC. It allows you to listen to your favorite music & radio, watch and store your videos and DVDs, view, schedule and record live TV as a digital video recorder and much much more
Declarative rich internet application platform
Centrallix is a browser-based DDSL (declarative domain specific language) rich internet application platform featuring data and application abstraction, a SQL engine for joining diverse data sources, declarative (not scripted) development, reports, components, and style templates.
The first goal of the project is to gather documentation for many algorithms and API's used in different open source projects. And the second goal is to develop Desktop Environment with maximum components integration and using new interface ideas.
A graphical tool to create tests for websites. It includes elements for filling forms, following links and checking page content. It is based on httpunit.
Customizable browser based (text/web(WYSIWYG)) file editors environment in PHP (GPL Licensed) with loads of features. (tested only in firefox)
Facilitates flight tracking services for flightgear simulator
Maui is the Maltcms User Interface
Maui is the Maltcms User Interface, a rich client application for Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry and related research areas.
Analog Insydes is a Mathematica toolbox for symbolic analysis of analog electronic circuits. This project provides a set of free add-ons to Analog Insydes, including a Java front-end and a native netlister for Cadence's Analog Design Environment (ADE).
FileRunner is a two pane file manager for Unix and Unix like systems. It is simple and efficient and has a built-in FTP and SFTP client. It also does a reasonable (and improving) job on Windows systems. New and improved from a FileRunner of long ago.
A toolkit for developing and deploying protein structure algorithms.
The Structural Proteomics Application Development Environment is a Python tool kit for developing and deploying bioinformatics applications. Handles graphics, analysis, and modeling of protein sequence and structure. Source and Win installers available. SPADE source code can be cloned from http://www.github.com/deaconjs/SPADE.
instrument control, data acquisition display and analysis
Experix is a command-line driven environment for laboratory data acquisition and device control and graphical presentation and analysis of data. Written in C for GNU-Linux . Tested on PC and Raspberry Pi. The core is written very generally in order to support applications by means of script files. Device interfaces: PCMCIA daq (2 devices tested) via kernel module with interrupt handler and memory-mapped data; USB daq (1 device tested) using libusbx; running an equipment servicing program via pipes. Interfaces accessible via commands and scripts: file i/o modelled on stdio and stdlib; usb control and bulk transfers; socket operations; webcam; graphics via framebuffer. Applications (not all available yet for download) include: cell poker (like an atomic force microscope); tissue mechanical tester; fluorescence photobleaching; alternating laser excitation fluorescence; fluorescence intensity distribution analysis; iverilog simulation analysis.
XML-Print: typesetting arbitrary XML documents in high quality
"XML-Print" is a joint project of the FH Worms (Prof. Marc W. Küster) and the University of Trier (Prof. Claudine Moulin) with support from TU Darmstadt (Prof. Andrea Rapp). Its goal is the creation of a XML formatter designated especially for the needs of the “Digital Humanties”. The project is funded by the DFG. Please visit https://sites.google.com/a/budabe.eu/xmlprint_de/kontakt and let us know, what you think about XML-Print – Does it meet your expectations? – What is missing? – Do you use it regularly? Thank you.