CD (Canvas Draw) is a platform-independent graphics library. It is implemented in several platforms using native graphics libraries: Windows (GDI) and X-Windows (XLIB). The canvas is an abstract surface that can be a window, an image or a metafile.
SDL Framework (SDLFW) SDLFW is a cross-platform framework from the powerful SDL library to create your own 2D games with the Lua programming language. It's easy-to-use, free, open-source, and works on Windows and Linux.
MicroLua brings Lua on the Nintendo DS for easy programming
MicroLua brings the programming language Lua on the Nintendo DS for easy and fast development of beautiful homebrews! Based on brunni's µLibrary, µLua is a Lua interpreter featuring fast drawings and many important functionalities. You can exploit your Nintendo DS with the simplistic yet powerful Lua language! On your cartridge, MicroLua is a NDS executable that shows as its frontend a great graphical shell from which you can explore your cartridge and run Lua scripts written for µLua. µLua already benefits from an impressive collection of homebrews, from a complete and expandable MicroLua IDE to enjoyable games, produced by an active and helpful community.
A canvas library for generating technical drawings
The ADG library (Automatic Drawing Generation) is a set of functions focused on automating the drawing of mechanical parts. It is not a CAD system but a GObject-based library where a custom application can put common CAD entities such as paths, hatches and dimensions, to automatically create technical drawings. A demo application is provided in order to show the capabilities of the canvas. Although it is possible to interact with the library directly in C (that is what the adg-demo program is doing), the canvas is expected to be used from higher level languages, much in the same way as what done in the GNOME stack. Lua bindings based on LGI are already provided out of the box. The adg-lua project, downloadable from the "Files" section, provides Lua programs and demos that leverages these bindings.
The Video Annotation and Reference System (VARS) is a software interface and database system that provides tools for describing, cataloging, retrieving, and viewing the visual, descriptive, and quantitative data associated with video.
CorEngine is a work in progress, OpenGL graphics powered 3D game engine designed to help independent game developers with quick prototyping and game/virtual environment creation. The engine supports a standard set of features, like skeletal animation, post processing, Lua/C programming, physics powered by Bullet Physics, GUI and 2D/3D Audio.
hiperGL - Is a 2D OpenGL hardware accelerated blitter, graphic loader, frame manager, a DIV like sprite system, and more utilities for creating video games. It works under SDL. It's portable, and easy to use.
A 3D rendering / entity engine
This engine is not an attemp to re-inventing the wheel. It is a more learning-oriented project than something intended to provide a wide set of features. The approach to the OpenGL in this engine is something very experimental born from my own thoughts and can be usefull in future. If you want to help for your portfolio just ask: the TODO list is very long :)
Particle Toy is an Lua extended particle system simulation system. It is implemented in C/C++ and algorithms are scripted in Lua. A patterned version of Particle File, which was implemented by famous Seumas McNally, is provided as an example.