Asido is a PHP (PHP4/PHP5) image processing solution, with "pluggable" drivers(adapters) for virtually any environment (GD2, Image Magick, etc). Asido does: various resize routines, watermark, rotation, copy images, cropping, grayscale, convert, etc.
Generates a texture atlas from a series of input textures.
BAIR is a PHP 4.2+ class designed for the batch processing (resizing, moving) of images using GD. Future versions will be library independent.
The library for convertion from Java to Encapsulated PostScripts documents.
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.
A simple HTTP-based server providing a language-agnostic interface to the Batik SVG rasterizing engine. By daemonizing the task, the overhead of the JVM is much less of an issue and much better performance is attained.
A group of Blender (http://www.blender3d.org) enthusiasts sharing code for expanding the functionality of Blender. As Blender has been bought into Open Sourceness, this ancient utility is now ancient and likely useless.
Part authoring tool, part electronic environment, BrightMOO is designed to demonstrate the feasibility of building client-side, three-dimensional interactive environments using existing MOO technology.
A Color Management System library implement by Java language.
COLLADA Refinery is a GUI-based application for creating content pipelines for 3D assets using modular components called conditioners. Contact a project admin to become a developer!
A tool for converting Canon CRW format to Adobe DNG
Project is closed, since useful alternatives exist. See http://toeholds.wordpress.com/2010/03/23/writing-chemistry-with-latex-33/ for an example. With write18 and openbabel, you probably can do whatever you want.
A script to generate shapes representing colors, using the ColorAdd code developped by Miguel Neiva: http://coloradd.net The ColorAdd code is a monochromatic Graphical Code allowing colorblind to recognize colors.
Common Lisp JPEG Library implements baseline JPEG image compression/decompression routines in ANSI Common Lisp.
The Plone product "ConT2I" was developed by proprietary development. It allows to convert any type of texts to images. It is licensed under GPL.
Converts *.tmd5 to *.cp
A Simple Useful Python project what can be used to conver Treemaker5 (*.tmd5) crease patterns to an understandable *.cp file what can be imported by several applications...
The Cross-stitch WorkShop is a Qt-based GUI application for converting arbitrary images into printable cross-stitch patterns.
Renderer single image as cylinder to skybox
This tool takes single input image and settings, then it renders a skybox as single or multiple images. GUI or console usage. It's almost complete but is was not properly tested, there may be bugs. If you find any bugs, please report them in discussion. The screenshots are ugly, it can create much nicer skyboxes.
DCRaw4J converts digital camera RAW image files into standard formats such as JPEG and 16-bit TIFF (linear or non-linear). DCRaw4J was inspired by David Coffin's dcraw; a C program that handles raw formats from over 200 cameras.
A Python module for parsing and writing AutoCAD DXF (Drawing Interchange File) formatted files.
DarkMaps is a program that reads images and builds a 3D map from them.
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.
A simple image browsing application for Mac OS X, inspired by the early versions of ACDSee. The focus lies on viewing photos and other images rather than editing. Kinda like ChiperSoft's Simple Image Browser on steroids.
Machine embroidery software to design, scale, and transform embroidery files for various formats.
Enables Qt based applications to export graphics to EPS format.
In the latest major Qt version (Qt5) the possibility to export graphics to PostScript was dropped: the QPrinter::PostScriptFormat option was removed. EpsEngine was developped in order to cover this lack and to enable Qt based applications to easily export graphics to the Encapsulated PostScript format.