MogoBot is a small stepper motor driven robot that can easily be used by adults and kids alike. The robot follows LOGO like commands. The robot utilizes a Z8 Encore processor, and Mitsumi Stepper motors for motivation.
An open source set of embedded software libraries in C, C++ and Assembler for robotics programming, targeting controllers using Motorola 68K/ColdFire & PowerPC micros. The initial target is the 68332-powered Mini RoboMind controller (www.robominds.com)
Music Visualization Stuido (MVS) is designed as a replacement of Winamp AVS. Using an interface similar to the powerful Buzz music sequencer, MVS gives the power to use video and hardware accelerated 3D to create presets way beyond the scope of AVS.
NDIS Calculation Software for Atmel AVR-MCUs
A Protected mode microkernel for the x86 system. With features like memory management, multitasking and protection will be included in the kernel, the rest will be added as drivers/software.
This is a new Artificial Intelligence program(meant for workstation/personal computer use) that can learn from it's experiences and become self-aware.
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.
This project is an Atari st (stf/ste) emulator which very versatile because it's multi platform (win/linux/mac). The first goal is to have a best accurate atari st emulation.
OW Baby is OneWire Slave implementation for PIC16F628 and similar Micro-controllers. With it, you can rule your ultra cheap MCU with using One Wire protocol. ASM language and IRQ used. Code works on 4Mhz internal clock.
ODDAS will consist of an inexpensive main board running embedded Linux and a bus of sensor modules. The main board may connect with others via ethernet.
Project to Open Hardware Designs, Schematics, PCB files, JTags and BSPs of 32bit MMU enabled RiSC-SOM(tm) for non-profit org(s).
Multi Expression Programming is a genetic programming method that encodes multiple solutions. It aims to solve difficult problems like classification or symbolic regression.
OpenWebServo is an Open Source Hardware and Software project. Its main goal is to develop a web-controlled servo system. The project includes web application, firmware and hardware design.
Working with microprocessors is one of the most creative, challenging and rewarding areas of electronic and software engineering. Open-USB-IO makes learning this process fun and easy.
Inspired by the success of the BMA EFIS, and the autopilot project, this project aims to build a basic EFIS for experimental aircraft. Initial develpment will focus on the design of the AHRS, which will serve as the platform for the EFIS in the future.
OpenTCI - A GPL-Compliant Open Source SW/HW Effort to produce quality electronic replacement/-racing Devices for Motorbikes in private or racing sports use.
Design and implementation of silicon and software for baseband processors conforming to IEEE wireless standards. Initial focus on WiMAX and WiFi.
OptiHeart is a Microchip PIC based hearbeat monitoring device. It displays the current heartbeat to the patient and checks if the current heartbeat is in the optimal range (set by a doctor). Complete hardware/software portable solution.
this is a tool,for hacking ms-pe (Microsoft Portable Executable) files.support scanning the detail information ,modifing the data on it,and lot's of other things. it could support PEiD plugins,and itself plugins. (this website is moved from https://sourceforge.net/projects/pescanner/ ,that my sf-account is already disabled )
Some basic programms concerning the PIC Micro Series starting with the PIC 16F676 written in asm and c
PIC0 is a small, optimizing compiler for Microchip PIC 10F series microcontrollers. It translates to PIC assembly and is then assembled using gpasm or MPLAB.
Software for PW-Sat - the first polish pico-satellite, made by students from Warsaw University of Technology.
The Palacios VMM integrated with the Kitten Ligthweight Kernel. Palacios is a lightweight and modular VMM developed by Northwestern University and the University of New Mexico. Kitten is a Lightweight OS Kernel developed by Sandia National Labs.
ParaDef (Parametric Definition System) is a complete CAD/CAE/Product Development solution. ParaDef encompasses all aspects of product development into a single IDE, enabling rapid development of new products and in-depth analysis of existing solutions.
Voice interface to drive your operating system