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This abandoned project was an attempt to build an open source intraoral camera for dentists to use.
HotPoker is a 100% Pure Java X9.9-like authentication token. HotPoker may be used on the command-line, as an applet, or as a SWING-based GUI application.
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This software aims in providing a Greek version CES-D test.
koil is a single-layer round-wire helical air-coil inductance calculator. koil works by solving for a (n=0) sheath helix waveguide mode and then applying a number of empirical correction formulas. koil is programmed in Python and employs Qt.
Simple tool that allows to create a MetaImage file representing a "filled" volume (i.e. a brain part) from a vtk PolyData surface.