3D Without Boundaries
VirtualGL redirects 3D commands from a Unix/Linux OpenGL application onto a server-side GPU and converts the rendered 3D images into a video stream with which remote clients can interact to view and control the 3D application in real time.
High-speed, 3D-friendly, TightVNC-compatible remote desktop software
TurboVNC is a high-performance, enterprise-quality version of VNC based on TightVNC, TigerVNC, and X.org. It contains a variant of Tight encoding that is tuned for maximum performance and compression with 3D applications (VirtualGL), video, and other image-intensive workloads. TurboVNC, in combination with VirtualGL, provides a complete solution for remotely displaying 3D applications with interactive performance. TurboVNC's high-speed encoding methods have been adopted by TigerVNC and libvncserver, and TurboVNC is also compatible with any other TightVNC derivative. TurboVNC forked from TightVNC in 2004 and still covers all of the TightVNC 1.3.x features, but TurboVNC contains numerous feature enhancements and bug fixes relative to TightVNC, and it compresses 3D and video workloads much better than TightVNC while using generally only 5-20% of the CPU time of the latter. Using non-default settings, TurboVNC can also be made to compress 2D workloads as "tightly" as TightVNC.
Projet Dark Shooter: Core World of Warcraft basé sur Mangos et Trinity. Repo Officiel.
The Network-Integrated Multimedia Middleware (NMM) is a flow graph based multimedia framework that allows to create distributed multimedia applications: local and remote multimedia devices or software components can be combined.
Simple Remote Console is a project which should show the useage of the winsocket code under Windows for creating a simple communication with a client<->server model
TANGO is an object oriented control system for Linux and Windows. It provides a framework in C++, Java and Python for implementing distributed control objects an accessing them via a well-defined API. This sourceforge project a
vMotion Detector for Linux & Windows Platforms
vMotion Detector is an application suite designed for Oracle OEM, Oracle Grid or Nagios that allows a Windows or Linux Guest VM detect when it has its Session ID modified due to an underlying DRS or HA clustered environment change.