4-Dimensional Cell Simulator (4DiCeS) is a framework on hybrid (stochastic and deterministic) modeling and simulation of (whole) cell environments in 4D. The framework may incorporate any reaction and diffusion algorithms applicable in a 4D grid layout.
A driver for the 5DT datagloves written in pure C++ using only the STL. Meant to be cross-platform, but written on and developed for IRIX sytems.
ALIAS is a Text-To-Speech based on phonems prosody.
ALICE utilizes AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language) to form responses to your questions and inputs. Unlike other commercial chat robot software costing thousands of dollars, ALICE is freely available under the terms of the GNU Public License
ACT-CV provides an easy to use interface between visual objects on the computer screen (or another video source) and a cognitive modeling tool.
ACTIF is a interACTor centic Interaction Framework for usage in a Virtual Reality setting. ACTIF is based on the addition of a Virtual Actor explicitly to the implementation method.
The ACTIVE-IST project is a set of libraries (e.g. JAUS SDK) for rapid development of cross-platform applications with Unmanned Systems using the JAUS Standard (AS5710, AS6009), Simulations, Human-Interface Devices, and more.
This project aims to develop a "natural natural language interface" (an interface in a spoken natural language with a bit of flexability on the input) to control an AIBO ERS-7 robot dog.
AIMLpad is an AIML chatbot program with extra features for the bot developer. Includes a scripting language (besides AIML) and includes features to use the OpenCyc and ConceptNet reasoning systems. Has a micro web server, uses IRC, as well as MS Agen
This is a Java Email client for academic purpose. It will include the general email client features and other experimental techniques such as uncertain reasoning, HCI principles. This project is not supported now.
AMELiA is a collection of libraries developed at the Arts, Media and Engineering Program at Arizona State University. It includes the AME Patterns library, a generic C++ library for modeling, recognition and synthesis of sequential patterns.
AQUYNZA is a set of C++ libraries, sample programs and doc's for the modelling, visualization and persistence of 3D environments. Its modular and highly portable. Its primary objective is helping to learn (and teach) computer graphics. (code in SPANISH)!
Articulated Robot Human interface (Articulated Robot humaN InterfacE) System designed in order to control remote devices (aka: Articulated robotic devices), using mainly joystick-type devices as input method
AVRS performs spatial 3D-sound processing allowing the arbitrary placement of sound source in auditory space. The main goal is to develop a genuine experimental flexible platform, that runs in a general-purpose architecture computer (standard hardware and software).
A fast GPU accelerated feature extraction software for speech analysis
A fast feature extraction software tool for speech analysis and processing. It incorporates standard MFCC, PLP, and TRAPS features. The tool is a specially designed to process very large audio data sets. It uses GPU acceleration if compatible GPU available (CUDA as weel as OpenCL, NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel GPUs are supported). CPU SSE intrinsic instruction set is used in cases where no compatible GPU present. The output files are stored in HTK format. The software is developed at Department of Cybernetics at University of West Bohemia in Pilsen.
This project aims at creating a way to create a way to control computers and other devices remotely with just hand gestures. This is an attempt to develop alternatives to the keyboard-and-mouse interfaces.
Text-to-Speech for Basque and Spanish
Text-to-Speech conversor for Basque and Spanish. It includes linguistic processing and built voices for the languages aforementioned. Its acoustic engine is based on hts_engine and it uses a high quality vocoder called AhoCoder. Developed by Aholab Signal Processing Laboratory: https://aholab.ehu.es/aholab/ http://aholab.ehu.es/ahocoder/
TTS for Basque Lapurdian dialect
AhoTTS Iparrahotsa is the TTS developed at the Aholab Signal Processing Laboratory of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) for the Lapurdian dialect of Basque. This dialect is spoken at the Northern area of the Basque speaking area (French region). This project was funded by the Euroregion Aquitaine-Euskadi under grant EUSKADI-2012-004.
Text-to-Speech TTS for Basque, Spanish, Catalan, Galician and English
Text-to-Speech conversor for Basque, Spanish, Catalan, Galician and English. It includes linguistic processing and built voices for all the languages aforementioned. Its acoustic engine is based on hts_engine and it uses a high quality vocoder called AhoCoder. Developed by Aholab Signal Processing Laboratory: https://aholab.ehu.es/aholab/ http://aholab.ehu.es/ahocoder/
C++ Widget Library for CGI/FastCGI applications based on Ajax. Test cases for Tomcat Server and XDAQ framework are available. Widgets included: Tab,Form,Button,Tree,LayoutContainer,Frame,Table,Dialog,FishEyeMenu,EventHandler, etc.
Script language independent library for calling functions out of script files with other PLs like C/C++. This should be possible, using only some few functions as interface.
AnyMouse is used to move the mouse pointer, using your hand in front of the webcam : no colored gloves required, or color rings, or wearable electronic. Tip : it could be used for controlling something else than the cursor. Don't forget to credit me.
A Computer Robot and Chatterbot building Framework, or "Bot Architecture", that utilizes Visual Basic, XML, MSAgent, SAPI, WSH, OpenCV and MSComm in a Bot building framework for building everything from chatterbots to robots.
Remote Monitoring of Arduino from the Cloud
LabScript by Sensors2cloud is a browser-based Tool that allow the user to remotely monitor multiple Arduino devices over the internet. LabScript makes it really easy to monitor any number of Arduinos you have over the internet in 5 easy steps: 1) Sign up for a developer account at http://developer.sensors2cloud.com/register/ 2) Download the Arduino sketch from SourceForge 3) Connect an Ethernet Shield to your Arduino 4) Upload the Sketch into your Arduino 5) Follow the instructions on developer.sensors2cloud.com/wiki for setting up the Web interface After the steps, you can monitor your remote Arduinos from anywhere in the world using an IPad or any HTML5 web-browser such as chrome and Safari
A framework for building distributed virtual reality applications, based on OpenGL|Performer(TM)