An ICC-based CMM for color management
Little cms is a color management library. Implements fast transforms between ICC profiles. It is focused on speed, and is portable across several platforms (MIT license)
Swiss army knife of image processing
GraphicsMagick provides a set of commandline tools and programming APIs for manipulating, editing, and converting raster and vector images. It is derived from ImageMagick, with the objective of providing better stability and performance than ImageMagick while retaining the original MIT/X11 license.
A whole bunch of utilities for primitive manipulation of graphic images. Wide array of converters from one graphics format to another. E.g. from g3 fax format to jpeg. Many basic graphics editing tools such as magnifying and cropping.
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XPS (XML Paper Specification) document to set of images conversion utility.
A full featured color picker that includes a color picker with zoom and area sampling, format converter, palette tool, seven built-in export formats, customizable formatting options (four built-in), and scripting support via MSScript.
An implementation of the OpenGL API.
xoris grabs the RGB color value of any pixel on the screen and dumps the color's name to stdout.
Simple fractal explorer
It's like the Mandelbrot Set, but the imaginary part is absolutized on each iteration. Move the mouse to see a preview of the Julia Set for that point. Left click to switch between Mandelbrot and Julia. Right click to change color palettes. Mouse wheel to zoom. Mouse drag to pan. Keyboard squeeze to break the keyboard. Any key to save a screenshot as a png image. ESC key to exit.
You are a Knight, hack , slash , stab and build your way through the game. Use arrow keys to move click on people to talk or double click to kill.
Glutmaster is a set of platform-independent classes that wrap GLUT in a C++ object model.
Simulates a biologically diverse tropical island, and the ape inhabitants cognitive processes. For MacOS X, iPad, Windows and Linux. Features a non-polygonal graphics engine and a command-line version
Photopolis is a new way to experience your photo collection. A city out of your photos is created. You can walk around and "enter" buildings. This will start a slideshow.
RayLab is a simple, portable ray tracer for producing 3D images. It uses a custom text-based scene description language, and supports several mathematical shapes, as well as CSG operations (constructive solid geometry).
Varkon.Org is a resource site for users of the Varkon parametric CAD and modeling system. This site is a mirror and archive for the Varkon.Org site. You can find all versions of modules for use with Varkon on this mirror site. See the website for info.
XSL stylesheets for converting X3D XML to other formats.
Image browser and viewer for Unix/X11
XImaging is a raster graphics browser and viewer with basic file management functionality. Its user interface is based on X/Motif. If desired, it can be built with CDE/ToolTalk support. XImaging is distributed in source code form. See the README file inside the distribution tarball for build instructions. Latest development version of the source code may be obtained from the official website (see link below).
C++ header-only library that simulates GLSL math
GLSLmath provides C++ math operations as defined by GLSL. For example, it provides methods to easily setup viewing transformations and perspective projections. GLSLmath has been inspired by the glm and slmath libraries, which aim to mimic GLSL, but in contrast to those GLSLmath does not focus on a complete conforming implementation of GLSL. It rather aims to provide a convenient single header file that implements the most commonly used subset of GLSL so that it is easy to use for rapid prototyping and GLSL teaching purposes. It is used at the Georg-Simon Ohm University of Applied Sciences in Nuremberg for teaching computer graphics courses.