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Avidus is a financial charting, technical analysis, and trading strategy platform.
This project is still very young and much under development. I am trying to make a web browser that is also a media player. It is coded in python. Please download the code and take a look at it.
AxionOS is (to be) a operating system for the Axion Prototype Computer (APC) which is basically a notebook. Currently the project is in its childhood, but the idea is simple - To create an intuitive, user-friendly operating system for the APC.
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Azure: infinite skies is a realtime 3D flight simulation game containing parts from action and RPG genres. It's written in Python and based on the Panda3D game engine.
Cloud Services for BACnet
a conversion into RTS gameplay of a space simulator game
WE'VE MOVED. The code distributions for BECCA (Brain-Emulating Cognition and Control Architecture) has all been moved to www.sandia.gov/rohrer/ . Come visit!
Berlin/Bavarian Elektrotrom Cargo Concept Solver (BECCS) is a submission to the 2008 Informaticup Contest. It's a Web Application that constructs a euclidian steiner tree.
A client-server web monitoring application that reports game events with a small delay and displays them dynamically over an image of the minimap.
Take the tedium out of scripting BFME2 & ROTWK maps by manipulating them in Python!
Application server for rapid CRM/CMS development using web interface.
The aim of this project is to translate the geostatistical BMELib Matlab Toolbox (http://www.unc.edu/depts/case/BMELIB/) into Python.1 weekly downloads
A suite for creating GCodes from bitmap files
B.O.B. is a PHP based construction foreman field data reporting system and project management system for small construction firms.
This project is dead and is hear for historical purposes, see http://sf.net/projects/zedbot. Bob is a humanoid robot whos body was created by Newberg High School in Oregon and software written by Ryan Miglavs and Brandon Philips of Sherwood High School.
Open source binary quadratic program approximate solver. Slow, but so far no failure.
BROWSE (Browse Risk frOm unWarranted Security Exceptions) A tool for the identification of pages that hold risk to a browser.
Python library for Wageningen B-Series Propeller calculations
BURP aims to develop a publicly distributed system for rendering 3D animations over the Internet using CPU idle time.
Backtory is a slim backup/restore software for unix-like operating systems, designed for stand-alone internet servers. It features differential backups, remote storage using various protocols as well as encryption/signing of backup archives.
My CS1P free programming project. A simple 2D ball game. Written in Python 2.x
A remake of the Atari game "The Box" from 1991. The Box is a (closed) box with unknown structure inside. Using a second, open box the player has to construct a replica of the original box with the same behaviour on balls shot in from the side.
Game framework on top of Python, Panda3D and Twisted
Bartleblog is a program for writing, managing, updating and maintaining weblogs.
Is a chat proyect like irc implemented in python. it supports command and other features like file transfer and send of email