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NASA World Wind is a graphically rich 3D virtual globe for use on desktop computers running Windows. It combines NASA imagery generated from satellites that have produced Blue Marble, Landsat 7, SRTM, MODIS and more.197 weekly downloads
TRANSIMS is an integrated system of travel forecasting tools for modeling regional transport systems. For more information, visit http://code.google.com/p/transims/26 weekly downloads
slab3d is a real-time virtual acoustic environment.7 weekly downloads
A wildfire decision support system and visualization tool from Emxsys.1 weekly downloads
It moves by itself inside networks like virus infection & plagues, it is being written to solve computer virus problem drastically and responsibly. It is legal, free and open for public domain to improve W3 ICT Security.
The Java Astrodynamics Toolkit is a library of components to help users create their own application programs to solve problems in astrodynamics, mission design, spacecraft navigation, guidance and control using Java or Matlab.
This is a lightning protection system design application that uses standard codes and material to provide a complete visualized design for the protection of structures. The application is being written in Visual Basic Language.
The PARSEC CEE is the primary achievement of several years of effort at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. The CEE was developed to allow engineers in the Advanced Concepts Department to rapidly prototype launch vehicle and spacecraft concepts.
Punt is a Open Source multi-language desktop application that allows the user to view the terrain of any world in 3D. Using open standards Punt can make use of data from the Internet combined with local data in common GIS-compatible formats.
Nodemon is a visualization tool for monitoring system resource utilization. It was developed for monitoring the Columbia supercomputer, a 10,240-processor Linux system at NASA Ames Research Center. It can monitor resources on any Linux system or cluster
Vrml Project and Java Development CRM、MIS、CMS、ERP、OA and C++ Development OpenGL.Graphics and 3DGAME
growler is a C++-based distributed object and event architecture. Its primary application has been in support of interactive, distributed visualization, "concurrent visualization", and computational steering.