The Napkin Look and Feel is a pluggable Java look and feel that looks like it was scrawled on a napkin. You can use it to make provisional work actually look provisonal, or just for fun.
Wii joystick interface. Wiiji is the perfect joystick solution for Wii remotes on Mac. Wii remotes will appear as joysticks to the OS. It does this through a kernel extention. It can emulate keyboard input. It runs in the menu bar.
Moved to code.ros.org
Driver and tools for Pegasus Mobile Notetaker
** The project is merged to OpenMT project (http://openmtproject.sourceforge.net) ** Simple multi-touch implementation for Matlab users provided by Sensible UI (http://www.sensibleui.co.kr, http://www.sensibleui.com)
MDCS is a scientific implementation of a combined Multi-Modal User Interface and Multi-Media Delivery Control System for mobile service environments, written for Java EE. It has been initiated as part of the EU-IST FP6 funded SPICE project.
In the scope of this project we provide tools for using the CyberGlove(R) data glove.
Josceleton is a Java library providing access to the Microsoft Kinect. It allows you interact with multiple users by either looking at their raw coordinates of several joints, or simply use the pre-built detectors for certain gestures and posi
The EventStream Experimenter Workbench is a data collection framework with integrated visualization techniques to facilitate eye tracking research. The software currently supports the ASL eye trackers.
Bi-gram applications based on language models produced by SRILM from Chinese Wikipedia corpus, include Chinese word segmenter, word-based (not character-based) Traditional-Simplified Chinese converter and Chinese syllable-to-word converter.
BCIOP is a free, open and portable protocol standard for data exchnage with Brain Computer Interface devices. Compact deisgn allows its code to be easily implemented both on target microcontroller and the host computer.
Howe is a spoken dialogue system project designed for browsing instructions. The project serves as a base for research on new dialogue system capabilities.
PIGNIC (Programmable Interface for Gesture-based Natural Interaction Cake) is an effort to provide a flexible interface for gesture recognition by means of affordable hardware. It is aimed at user-friendliness and futuristic human computer interaction.
A portal project to produce a web based front end to a compute resource, such as a cluster, using PHP, mysql, apache and perl. The intent is to allow non-programmers to use complex programs through an intuitive web interface.
the first file is a MATLAB script for Tracking a red led light and controlling the mouse pointer. Future Aim: Controlling every mouse and keyboard action with webcam
AHITK deigns to be a toolkit for building human-computer interfaces for use by blind and sighted users, alike.
SST is a an object-oriented software foundation for a Rail Vehicle Simulator developed as a joint venture between Swedish National Rail Administration (Banverket), University of Uppsala and Swedish National Road and Transport Research Instititute.
Coffee and linux; Keywords: coffee, tea, chocolate, linux, UNIX, interface
The ActivityStudio is a tool for prototyping activity-based ubiquitous computing applications. Instead of focusing on an individual application or task, the tool gives designers a richer design context and allows them to focus on a high level activity.
Network Visualization is a mature part of computer science that is enjoying a good deal of growth, partially fueled by Bioinformatics. Network is a synonym for Graph, and both refer to a collection of nodes and edges.
Open source oBIX server implementation provides an infrastructure that developers can use for device integration in projects with "systems which sense" (to quote oBIX spec).
l3lang is a persistent Python-like language and the l3gui provides a worksheet-like interface where computed values can be examined via simple selection and scripts can be assembled as structures.
Approximate and Encoded Comparison Library in C#. A library for comparison algorithms ranging from the good old exact comparison to the relatively new Double Metaphone.
Topiary is a tool for prototyping context-aware applications by using the Active Map, the Storyboard, and the technique of Wizard of Oz.