Open Source Robot Operating System
StarkOX, the first universal Open Source AI Robot Operating System. It provides easy to use hardware abstraction and commonly-used functionality. Furthermore, strong cognitive functions, voice and pattern detection together with a new powerful scripting language provide possibilities to create and share abstract behavior patterns.
Developing Lisp programs for the LEGO EV3 brick
Developing Lisp programs for the LEGO EV3 brick. I have developed in the Java programming language a Lisp interpreter named StormLisp. It can be started on the PC either to process general Lisp programs or to experiment with Lisp. In addition, its main domain is the LEGO EV3 brick that can be controlled by using a StormLisp program. For this I use the leJOS EV3 system which enables the LEGO EV3 brick to process Java programs. This system must first be installed on the LEGO EV3 brick. Then StormLisp is transmitted to the LEGO EV3 brick to process Lisp programs.
Language quiz authoring and test tool
A tool used to create language quizzes, execute these quizzes and score them.
XGOpedia is a collaborative website to maintain the eXtended Gene Ontology (“XGO”), a Gene Ontology variant to which new relations are added using contexts defined by other ontologies of the Open Biomedical Ontologies Foundry.
Quick gif animation creator
Cross platform gui for quickly creating gif animations from screenshots with very little clicking and automatic filename generation. Written in Clojure. Please report bugs in the "Tickets" section rather than the "Review" sesion, and (in order for me to have any chance of fixing it) please supply operating system, java version and other relevant information. Thank you.
Plugin-based foreign code embedder for newLISP
==== NB: All new development is continued at http://github.com/rowanthorpe/define-ext and newer versions can be found there. The versions found here are for archival purposes only. ==== A newLISP - www.newlisp.org - macro which allows the user to "define" callable foreign code inline just as they would "define" a lambda or macro. C, Assembly and plain Object Code plugins are included. The Object Code plugin has no external dependencies. The C and Assembly plugins rely on the existence of a TCC .dll/.so file somewhere in the PATH - www.tinycc.org (at present standard binary releases of TCC don't include the .dll/.so file, but it can be easily compiled from the source releases). New plugins for other compiled languages (like Fortran or ECL) should be trivially easy to create using the existing ones as templates.