A 3D Shareware Starflight Simulator by Deneban Software
Developed between 1992 and 1999, this is a very early simulation of how the stars of our solar neighborhood may look from different perspectives in the Milky Way. The user may position the starship at one of hundreds of objects in the database or enter the position using galactic coordinates. Navigate by destination or course using one of a multiple of "warp speed" selections available. Viewers: Select from Forward view or Tactical view. Flight and arrival times are given for various speeds when a destination is selected. Status bar shows stardate, course, speed, and galactic coordinates in real time. Able to play background starship sounds or music mod files enduring the long journey! Currently only available on the Amiga platform, but is actively being ported to Windows at this time. Screenshots show both Amiga and Windows versions. Windows porting progress is 75% complete (not including documentation). Amiga version features "Notebook Viewer
ASCOM *.dll bridge for developers.
This application is used as bridge from ASCOM libraries to an external app using a TCP socket. You can find more information about this app using the Wiki project.
Optical library using TPSA
This is a library for optical calculations built upon truncated power series algebra implemented in VB.net. It represents optical systems as maps from a starting surface to an ending surface. The surfaces are themselves specified as truncated power series. The maps include path lengths; the library calculates interference as path length differences, and shearing is handled correctly through mixed-form maps. The library includes a rudimentary front end for interpreting a simple language for optical-system specification, a dll, and an optical glass library of commercial glasses.
A SETI@Home/BOINC client watcher! User statistics powered by BOINCStats. But now built with the .NET environment.