3D Without Boundaries
VirtualGL redirects 3D commands from a Unix/Linux OpenGL application onto a server-side GPU and converts the rendered 3D images into a video stream with which remote clients can interact to view and control the 3D application in real time.
High-speed, 3D-friendly, TightVNC-compatible remote desktop software
TurboVNC is a high-performance, enterprise-quality version of VNC based on TightVNC, TigerVNC, and X.org. It contains a variant of Tight encoding that is tuned for maximum performance and compression with 3D applications (VirtualGL), video, and other image-intensive workloads. TurboVNC, in combination with VirtualGL, provides a complete solution for remotely displaying 3D applications with interactive performance. TurboVNC's high-speed encoding methods have been adopted by TigerVNC and libvncserver, and TurboVNC is also compatible with any other TightVNC derivative. TurboVNC forked from TightVNC in 2004 and still covers all of the TightVNC 1.3.x features, but TurboVNC contains numerous feature enhancements and bug fixes relative to TightVNC, and it compresses 3D and video workloads much better than TightVNC while using generally only 5-20% of the CPU time of the latter. Using non-default settings, TurboVNC can also be made to compress 2D workloads as "tightly" as TightVNC.
LDraw™ editor for LEGO® style digital building instructions.
LPub3D is an Open Source WYSIWYG editing application for creating LEGO® style digital building instructions. LPub3D is developed and maintained by Trevor SANDY. It uses the LDraw™ parts library, the most comprehensive library of digital Open Source LEGO® bricks available (www.ldraw.org/ ) and reads the LDraw LDR and MPD model file formats. LPub3D is available for free under the GNU Public License v3 and runs on Windows, Linux and macOS Operating Systems. LPub3D is also available as a Linux 'no-install', multi-platform AppImage. Portions of LPub3D are based on LPUB© 2007-2009 Kevin Clague, LeoCAD© 2018 Leonardo Zide.and additional third party components. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this application. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this application. © 2015-2018 Trevor SANDY
Open Source Robot Operating System
StarkOX, the first universal Open Source AI Robot Operating System. It provides easy to use hardware abstraction and commonly-used functionality. Furthermore, strong cognitive functions, voice and pattern detection together with a new powerful scripting language provide possibilities to create and share abstract behavior patterns.
Beaglebone Black C++ Library
BlackLib library is wrote for controlling Beaglebone Black's feature. It takes power from C++ language. It is created for reading analog input, generating pwm signal, using gpio pins, and communicating with other devices over uart, spi and i2c. In addition to them, it includes debugging feature. So you can check errors after call any function in the library.
Industrial embedded Linux for Raspberry Pi
Nard is a software development kit (SDK) written from scratch for the Raspberry Pi family of boards. Unlike Raspbian, which primarily is for desktop use, Nard focus on embedded systems running day and night for years. It has many features requested by industrial users.
A Deformable Medical Image Registration Toolbox
DRAMMS is a software package designed for 2D-to-2D and 3D-to-3D deformable medical image registration tasks. Released by Section of Biomedical Image Analysis (SBIA) at the University of Pennsylvania. Some typical applications of DRAMMS include, -- Cross-subject registration of the same organ (can be brain, breast, cardiac, etc); -- Mono- and Multi-modality registration (MRI, CT, histology); -- Longitudinal registration (pediatric brain growth, cancer development, mouse brain development, etc); -- Registration under missing correspondences (e.g., vascular lesions, tumors, histological cuts). DRAMMS runs in command line in UNIX/Mac OS, It accepts Nifti/ANALYZE/MetaImage image formats. It is fully-automatic --- takes two input images, and generates a registered image and (optionally) the deformation field. More information (installation, tutorial, manual, demonstration, FAQ, etc) can be found at http://www.rad.upenn.edu/sbia/software/dramms/ .
Assorted projects. General-purpose libraries for Python, C++, Scala, bash, and others. Meta-programming tools. System utilities. UI components. Web APIs. Configuration files. Benchmarks. Programming competition entries. And much more.
BCAR is a library for the associative classification, which denotes "Boosting Class Association Rules". BCAR provides a general tool for classification tasks with various types of input data.
NEXUS ECS (Embedded Control System). A complete system administrator based on networks.
Data logging for high power motor sports (tractor pulling, dragracing etc.) based on OSS. As hardware data is collected with an Arduino and send trough USB to an ARM based touchscreen dash running embedded QT.
its all about developing a software router in fedora.................
xswifs stands for: cross SoftWare Interfaces. This project provide examples (snippets) for interfacing various software tools and languages with various mechanism. It has been created to help in HW/SW co-simulation and to provide benchmarks.