Retro Computer Image Library
Retro Computer Image Library decodes Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Atari Portfolio, Atari ST/TT/Falcon, BBC Micro, Commodore 16, Commodore 64, Commodore 128, Macintosh 128K, MSX, NEC PC-88, NEC PC-98, Oric, SAM Coupe, Sharp X68000, Timex 2048, TRS-80, TRS-80 Color Computer, ZX81 and ZX Spectrum picture formats. The project contains a simple viewer, plug-ins for general-purpose image viewers and editors, and an everything-to-png converter.
Moarf is the first proffessional Line-based Open Source Morphing Application.
This project is intended to provide source code that interacts with FileNet's web API's to provide TIFF versions of image files when dealing with a mixed library of PDF and TIFF files.
A very simple software to shrink images to the size of an average screen (~1280px width). The software uses most capabilitys of the computer in order to resize several hundred images in small time.
Fictor is a set of tools for viewing and manipulating graphic content.
PalmImage is a Java-based application for the desktop/server to convert GIF, JPEG, and View documents to View databases for the Palm platform.
Subtitling program written in Java. Currently command-line driven taking a script file as input and titles as output.
Just adds images together, outputting the average. This enables faked very-long exposure times and makes possible faked motion stabilization during this very-long exposure time, and removing noise from/lightening shots taken in dark environments.
JThumbnailer is a Image Preview program which contains basic preview function, such as File System Browsing, Thumbnail view, actual size view of Image, resize, rotate, flip, Html generation.
An extensible TIFF codec for Java 1.2 Advanced Imaging, allowing for extended compression types, writing tiled images etc. Used by GeoTIFF-JAI project.
PhotoCat is another tool to batch-run image thumbnails. And create an html hierarchy that mirrors the directory hierarchy. Many different sizes can be created in a sigle pass like Emial and Thumbnail. Gui or Command line supported.
GOAL: to make converter between various 3D file formats with some object manipulation capabilities
APG is a Java 1.3 application that generates HTML photo-galleries. It allows the grouping of images into 'entries' that can optionally have descriptions for any of the images within. It's designed as a simple solution to web based gallery creation.
32-bit animated lossless image compression. Animations typically achieve better compression than gif. Regular images typically achieve average compression than png and tiff. IIF is written in 100% pure java
METAGRAF is an Application written in pure Java (platform independent) to create any kind of graphics, including text and images, and that outputs a MetaPost file that can be converted in PostScript, PDF ...etc., or can be included directly in any TeX/LaT
Modama is a new software project for processing and analysing 2d detector data (images) provided by any available detectors, mainly SAX and WAX.
JGraphicTools is a easy to use Java-API and a collection of usefull tools for graphic manipulation.
Publish pictures from your digital camera to the web with this easy to use wizard-style Java application. Automatically resize your images and produce a set of HTML pages including index pages with thumbnails, and detailed caption pages for each photo.
A set of Python scripts, for use with Blender that will export to Java XML, which can be decoded with the standard java.beans.XMLDecoder class. [No longer writes source code; this is a better solution.]
Xi3D is an X3D renderer and browser for 3D Web content. It contains compliant parsers for VRML'97 types, a java scenegraph, XML bindings using SAX2, a content converter, full runtime and event model, DOM Level 2, vecmath
Provide access to the Java(TM) 2D API via a scripting language.
java package for rendering barcodes using a java.awt.Graphics object. <br><b>This project will move as a package to the conxult project!!!</b>
A fast and comprehensive games image viewer written in java!
A servlet (Java) which allows its users to dynamically change an image's size or apply some transformations to it, using a cache and possibly fetching images from remote servers.