gPhoto is a program and library framework that lets users download pictures from their digital cameras. The libgphoto2 library gives you access to hundreds of models of digital cameras on several platforms. GIT repo and Issue tracker lives at https://github.com/gphoto/ these days.
Provides optical character recognition (OCR) solutions for Vietnamese language.
A easy basic in order to make games in 2d style amos for linux and windows The basic it comprises a module runtime, ide examples and games.
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HSPI does parallel capture and sky surveys.
HSPI offers to the astronomer the possibility to capture pictures from the CCD camera in a fast and intuitive way, keeping under control all the instrumentation in posses. HSPI can control the CCD camera, the mount, the focuser, the filter wheel and the dome from a single interface, and not only this: these features can be added on as many observatories and instrumentations you want. HSPI is ASCOM and INDI compatible, so if you want to use particular setups like Linux computers connected with your instrumentation and control them from remote then HSPI is your choice! After a few clicks you can see the images coming from your cameras connected through Internet or your LAN. HSPI saves your pictures in various formats: Bitmap, FIT, JPEG, PNG, TIFF are the picture formats supported.
Ertha is an open source GIS whose main focus is to guarantee easy extensibility and straightforward integration of custom modules. It provides basic geographic rendering and topologic analysis and exposes the main data structures loaded from shapefiles.
A portfolio manager, mainly aimed at grouping your pictures into albums and to keep your processed images organized as you keep the original shots somewhere else. Support for EXIF tags is planned. Also, integration with Flickr, Facebook and Twitter.
Send photos to your local photo retailer
You can select photo from your archive, made small changes like black&white or sepia, choose the print format and send them to your local photo retailer. Directly and without intermediaries.