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This is a attempt for simple hardware emulator of Celestron's NexStar Telescope mounts. The emulator is based on MCUs like PIC18F2550 from Microchip Technology Inc.
A Web-Based Direct-Democratic Voting-Program for Self-Governing Jurisdictions. It incorporates Preferential/Weighted Voting from 0 to 99. The Ballot Data is Permanently Kept in the Data-Base so Each Voter can do Real-Time Modifications to His Ballot.
An attempt to place at least the basic tools found in Dixon et al's Visual Basic for Behavioral Psychologists in the GPL'd domain written in perl/tk: schedules of reinforcement, timers, buttons, you name it.
Simple usb application, which communicates FreeRtos simple USB Task and PC with PyUSB installed.
This project is related to a quantum mechanics expériment and is used to design a sofware able to generate experimental sequences and to extract useful information from data aquired
Surviving bots is continuous software application in Java that will guide robots to search for energy source around it, tap it and explore ahead for survival and thus evolve into much more advance system.Software is ment to be hardware independent.
We are developing a suite of software to control USB I/O devices. Initially the support will be for Windows and Linux hosted Human Interface Devices (HID) although hopefully this will extend to virtual comms. port control in the future. API coming...
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