Nexist is being developed based on a few hypotheses regarding Topic Maps (XTM) as an interface to a collaborative knowledge repository system. Nexist is a reference implementation for further collaborative development.
OpenDragon is a collection of external objects for the Max graphical environment from Cycling '74 (http://www.cycling74.com/products/maxmsp.html) that focuses on device interfaces.
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...
Under development for Prof Stephen Hawking and people like him. With control of a single click only, the solution user should Type, Speak, and Command the computer. We want to expand beyond English and MS Windows to multiple languages, multiple platforms