NOTE: Source code is now hosted on github at https://github.com/plutinosoft/Platinum. A cross-platform C++ library for discovering, controlling or implementing UPnP devices. Contains sample code for a UPnP AV Media Server, Media Renderer & Control Point. (Platinum is copyrighted by Plutinosoft, LLC. http://www.plutinosoft.com)
The MusicKit & SndKit is an object-oriented software system for building music, sound, signal processing & MIDI applications. The distribution is a comprehensive package that includes on-line documentation, code examples, utilities, applications & scores
Crosos is a SubLinux Distribution
Crosos is a open-source OS. It is based on the Linux Kernel and mostly uses the same code in Ubuntu (but it has been derived from Debian)
The Debug Assistant Library (DAL) is an assistant library for debugging, across platforms with uniform interface.
A cross-platform OpenGL based lightweight scenegraph library
RenderTools is an OpenGL based scenegraph library in C++ for Windows, OSX and IOS supporting OpenGL|ES1.1, ES2.0, OpenGL1.5 and up to the latest version (currently 4.2). It allows the developer to easily (de)serialize a scenegraph to-and-from xml, create renderbuffers, framebuffers, samplers, vertexbuffers etc. and cross-reference those items. RenderTools allows you to completely specify an application, its resources, viewcontrollers and its renderpasses in one single xml. GraphNodes such as RelationalNode, RenderNode, and TransformNode can be used to create a complex hierarchy for rendering. Both update and render calls can selectively include or exclude specific components such as geometric details or lighting or texturing.
Project is to maintain the open source tree for the Azusa Derived Distribution Edition of the SIO2 SDK v1.4 Game Engine Free Ed., previously distributed by sio2interactive.com in the book by Tony Mullen, "3D for iPhone Apps with Blender and SIO2."
Variant of Angband using OGRE for 3D graphics, Crazy Eddie's GUI for user interface, and fmod for sound and music.
The iKEP is an iphone application that locates the KEPs nearest to the user. Their position is located using the device’s GPS. No fee is required, but an internet connection is necessary (WiFi or 3G).