An ethernet sniffer for the EEG acquisition system BrainNet36®
This Ethernet sniffer was designed to work together with the medical device for EEG acquisition BrainNet36® (BNT36), from EMSA Equipamentos Médicos Ltda. BrainNet36® has 36 channels, A/D converters with 16 bit accuracy, conversion time of 10 µs and Ethernet communication interface. Being a device for clinical purposes, BrainNet36® does not export data online. This sniffer was developed to allow online processing by working in promiscuous mode and recording data in a plain text file.
Free CAT tool based on OmegaT.
Autshumato Integrated Translation Environment is a free computer aided translation application. It provides a single translation environment that contains translation memory, machine translation and a glossary to facilitate the translation process. The Autshumato ITE is a derived work of the popular OmegaT CAT tool; customised for the South-African environment.
Blaze is an application launcher that distinguishes from amongst the others by being able to automate recurrent tasks performed in the file-system or even any application on Microsoft Windows.
Serial Communication Terminal PC application in C#
This project is created in Visual Studio 2010 using .Net 4.0 framework. .Net framework 4.0 or latest is needed to work this program. Download .Net 4.0: http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=17718 Project links: http://www.facebook.com/EmbeddedProjects http://microcontrollerprojects00.blogspot.com http://microcontrollerprojects00.blogspot.in
This platform aims to collect cognitive load information from users
Currently, this platform can collect participants' personal information, as well as speech data from two designed task, Stroop test in Chinese and English and Reading span task in Chinese and English. However, it could be easily extended to other language by only editing XML configurations. Please setup your microphone first before using this platform.
Zoomable user interface (ZUI) with file manager, file viewers and more
Eagle Mode is a zoomable user interface (ZUI) with file manager, file viewers, games, and more. This project is about a futuristic style of human-computer interaction, where the user can visit almost everything simply by zooming in. It features a portable C++ toolkit API for developing such ZUIs, and it features the Eagle Mode application, which provides a virtual cosmos with plugin applications. The most important one is the professional file manager with its rich, scriptable command set. It integrates file viewers for most of the common file types, as well as an audio and video player. Furthermore, the virtual cosmos contains a chess game, a netwalk game, a 3D minesweeper game, a world clock, some fractal fun, and a Linux kernel configurator in form of a kernel patch. Eagle Mode runs best on Linux, but there is also a light version for Windows, which lacks some of the plugins.
A middleware that exposes a single API for eye-tracking systems
This is an SDK that unites input from various eye-tracking systems and provides a common API for developers regardless of the system in use.
Full Body Interaction Framework
FUBI is a framework for full body interaction using a depth sensor such as the Microsoft Kinect with OpenNI/NiTE or the Kinect SDK. It further supports the Leap Motion Controller. FUBI is written in C++ and includes a C#-Wrapper. Releases are tested on Windows 8.1, but there also exist Linux Code::Blocks project files. Fubi's main functionality is gesture and posture recognition according to four gesture categories: 1. Static postures: Configuration of several joints (positions or orientations). 2. Linear/Angular movements: Linear movement of joints with specific direction and speed or angular movement around an axis. 3. Combination of postures and movements: Combines sets of 1 and 2 in a sequence of states with specific time constraints. 4. Symbolic gestures: Gesture with complex shape that are defined by recorded sample data. If you use Fubi in a scientific project, please cite one of the related publications mentioned on the project website.
The Gaze Tracking Library is a framework for open source eye tracking using off-the-shelf components, such as webcams and videocameras. It supports both head-mounted and remote setups. The network API relies on TCP/IP and UDP (.Net client included)
This project is the conclusion of three years of research and development of a final project of Bachelor of Engineering Faculty of Univertité Sherbrooke. It consists of a circuit to representing the hand movement with neural network for recognition.
Haytham is an open source gaze tracker
Haytham is an open source video based eye tracker suited for head-mounted or remote setups. It provides real-time gaze estimation in the user’s field of view or the computer display by analyzing eye movement. Haytham offers gaze-based interaction with computer screens in fully mobile situations. The software is built by C#, using Emgu and AForge image processing libraries. LICENSE The Haytham is released under a dual license: FREE VERSION: The source code is released under GPL version 3.0. In short, it means that any distributed project that includes or links any portion of Haytham source code has to be released with the source code under a license compatible with GPLv3. COMMERCIAL VERSION: If you want to use the Haytham in a closed source commercial product, you must purchase the license. Please contact the contract adviser at IT University of Copenhagen(email@example.com).
Virtual instrumentation software, currently designed for modifying automobile engines. Intended as a modular framework to communicate with devices on an IO port (serial, parallel etc.) and allow a visual representation of the instrument.
The Helsinki Finite-State Transducer toolkit is intended for processing natural language morphologies. The toolkit is demonstrated by wide-coverage implementations of a number of languages of varying morphological complexity.
Control Windows using your Xbox 360 Kinect or Kinect for Windows.
Control Windows using your Xbox 360 Kinect or Kinect for Windows. Use your hands to move the mouse cursor or gestures to navigate trough Windows.
KineticaRT .Net Components - for fast control & monitoring systems
KineticaRT .Net Components are a unique collection of software components for building high speed systems for control, monitoring, test and data acquisition. KineticaRT .Net Components have a proven track record for reliability and speed of implementation in automotive and aerospace markets. KineticaRT .Net Components are used in applications as diverse as greenhouse automation, financial data displays, retail security, F1 wind tunnels and engine test cells. KineticaRT .Net Components are used around the world by software developers, system integrators and end users. Functionality and reliability are assured.
Windows software for fast instrumentation and control systems
KineticaRT allows you to build software instrumentation and control systems with fast screen updates, adaptable graphics and easy configuration. It supports simultaneous display and configuration while running. Using it, you can animate meters, gauges, trend graphs and many other items accurately and effectively. KineticaRT achieves its principal design aims of speed and usability by means of configurable display objects - inherently faster than animated user-drawn graphics. Easy to use on-line drawing and editing - shortens time from concept to completion KineticaRT's single combined development and run-time environment offers on-line screen modification - password protected to prevent unauthorised or accidental changes. Immediate feedback of the effect of changes made during screen development. No need to switch between edit and run-time sessions - improves productivity. Download and read the help file to learn more.
A color sonification device for navigation and classification
The Kromophone is a color-to-sound sensory substitution device. It was designed with the tasks of navigation, object, and environmental navigation in mind.
Simplified interface to Leap Motion designed for art and music apps
LeapInto provides a simplified interface to the Leap Motion hand sensor input device. Multiple hand recognition is simplified to several stable categories and coordinates are normalised. The interface comes two flavours at present, an open broadcast system using the OSC protocol and a plugin for the Csound audio/music programming language.
mod_RSsim Fork with Updates
Modbus Simulator for RS-232 and TCP/IP. Fork of mod_RSsim (https://sourceforge.net/projects/modrssim). Requires Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2010. For 32 bit Operating System http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=a7b7a05e-6de6-4d3a-a423-37bf0912db84 For 64 bit Operating System http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=BD512D9E-43C8-4655-81BF-9350143D5867
Very simple OPC client
OPC-QuickClient is an OPC client which allows users to view and modify OPC items very quickly from a various list of local or distant OPC servers. You will need to install additional files like "OPCEnum.exe" from http://www.opcfoundation.org/.
This program is used to interface microcontroller with PC for PC based scoreboard Project. It outputs the two digit score entered in the text-box to serial port when send button is pressed. This application can be used with any microcontrollers including Arduino Platform .Net 4.0 is required to run this application
Program a button to send keystrokes to your computer
PUB! is a Programmable USB Button on which you can program with a sequence of keystrokes. When you press the button those keystrokes are "replayed" over a USB connection. The button is programmed using an innovative and slightly quirky interface that does not require any custom software to be installed on your computer. All you need is a text editor like Notepad or gedit.
A Python module to seamlessly interact with the Velleman K8055 kit via the K8055D.dll for Windows using Python ctypes