A generalization of Conway's Game of Life
Conway's Game of Life is generalized to a continuous domain. OpenGL and GLSL shaders are used for real-time 2D and 3D graphics. Time stepping is done via a real to complex FFT based convolution operation. There are also two deliberately simple test implementations in FreeBasic and Matlab. A 2D version on a sphere shows that it is really not dependent on the underlying grid.
Adeptus is a project to create a small 3D engine. This engine will not feature state-of-the-art effects but will instead be coded in a clean and understandable way so that it can easily be enhanced.
Quake 2 Evolved is an advanced engine modification by Team Blur Games.
Quake 2 Evolved is an advanced engine modification by Team Blur Games. The goal is always to push the limits and give the user a new experience of Quake 2.
The engine for the upcoming Open Terror. This engine is based mostly on the XreaL project, with parts taken from AltUrt and ioQuake3 too. Still under development, but will soon be one of the first modern semi-realistic open source FPS games.
Originally made to crack /etc/passwd files from *nix utilizing the GPU. Uses GLSL and OpenGL. Acts as a parallel to John the Ripper, but for the GPU. Supports both ATI and nVidia, anywhere OpenGL can run.
true 3D Labyrinths - generating, rendering, exploring, building
Labyrinth 3D is a program to render the light and shadow situation on the walls of a 3D labyrinth under a natural sunny sky, and then to walk and look around in the labyrinth. In places where no sunlight, skylight or reflections of them can reach, lamps can be put. The geometry of the labyrinth is purposely held simple to allow for fast computation. The labyrinth is generated randomly, based on a single number, the "level number". There is also a level editor where one can place blocks and stairs by hand.