C64/65/128 networking software for FreeBSD, Linux, Amiga, Solaris, BeOS and Windows.
Forgotten Destruction is a free real-time strategy game developed using the Simple DirectMedia Layer. It focuses on the conflict between an evil shadowy empire and human race with their nearby allies.
Do AES by GPU
FTP BNC. File Transfer Protocol Bouncer. Allows Any one to setup a Bouncer to a ftp server. Uses, mask the real identity of a ftp server, provide link over lans running NAT or etc. Proxy and FXP modes. Commands, or commands and data in proxy, data in FXP
Embedded uC software for a CrazyCar (see crazycar.fhbb.ch). This project generates code for various microcontrollers e.g. 8051, AVR, Fujitsu.
G2CD is a hub-only implementation for the Gnutella 2 peer-to-peer network. With its ability to run on a typical server (unix/24-7/static IP/high bandwidth/SMP) it is possible to set up a dedicated G2 Hub to improve the overall G2 network performance.
A database library to include into your own Development Projects. Its target is to provide a simple way to include a permanent Data Storage into your Applications with a Class "taken out of" a library/header.
Immune Security Architecture For your Enterprise -- Host-Based Intrusion detection for UNIX based systems, at the process level. Detect changes in the normal behavior of processes, advanced features to detect Buffer Overflows.
J Sound System aims to become a multi-platform, API portable sound system for Free Pascal programs written in object-oriented Pascal and i386 assembler.
kbdbabel - collection of open source microcontroller based keyboard protocol translators
Labyrinth BSD is a stable BSD implementation intended for the average user.
The control kernel for any small control system
Mini Control System Kernel is a library developed using C (avr-gcc) and avrassembelr. This library including the drivers for hardware and adds the abstract layer to make it easier to work with perephirical devices. The circuit and live example will be added later.
OW Baby is OneWire Slave implementation for PIC16F628 and similar Micro-controllers. With it, you can rule your ultra cheap MCU with using One Wire protocol. ASM language and IRQ used. Code works on 4Mhz internal clock.
A full development kit, based on XSCompiler. Multi-platform compiler and IDE, many libraries and examples. Uses an innovative programming language, an improved version of the standard and well-known C/C++.
Open Source Rapid Fire mod for the PS3 SixAxis controller. This is meant to run on the PIC12F683 micro controller. This code was initially created and developed by Hyper999.
The läufer project was established in the summer of 1998 by students of engineering design of Darmstadt University of Technology and by students of industrial design of Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. The development and realization of a pred
RUG is an universal machine-friendly binary file generator. Together with suitable macro packages, it can be used to assemble executables for almost any known processor. The main goal is to build a backend for a future Scheme translator.
Scott'sNewOS is a totally new operating system not based on anything i have seen yet with full graphics surport although the screen can be totatly disabled ie headless mode i hope to include servers and clients for all protocols using ports below 1024
Seigon Online is a new communication protocol based on packet distribution on client computers, for sharing data securely and freely. This network is mainly open to hackers for their own internal communication.
lsed --- open-source applications developed by engineering students
Re-imagining of Heisermann's classic Self-Programming Robot
This project comprises two main parts: 1. The classic "Rodney" as described in David L. Heisermann's book "How to build your own self-programming robot", with the original Intel 8085 code. In all likelihood, this is for reference only. I don't expect many people are going to build it 2. An updated version, running on more modern hardware, but remaining true to the algorithms published in his book. The end result will be at least three sets of code, for the Alpha, Beta and Gamma versions of Rodney. We would also like to experiment with a "Delta" version which could use either bare RF or WiFi to exchange state data between machines. A "hive mind" if you like. For the new-generation version, we propose targeting two hardware platforms: 1. Arduino, since it's cheap and easy to use, while remaining close to the bare metal 2. A purpose-built AVR card, or easily ported to cards obtainable from sources such as futurlec.com, etc. RaspberryPi is also an option later