Java Voice Control System
A Fuzzy Logic Control Library for Java and Android
fuzzylite is a free and open-source fuzzy logic control library programmed in C++ for multiple platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS, Android). Its goal is to allow you to easily create fuzzy logic controllers in a few steps utilizing object-oriented programming without requiring any third-party libraries. jfuzzylite is the same fuzzylite library, but programmed entirely in Java without requiring any third-party libraries.
lejON, the LeJOS Odometric Navigator is a project which extends the LeJOS-API for LEGO Mindstorms bots. It adds a Java-API to LeJOS in order to control two-wheeled drives only by using motors and rotation sensors -- and nothing else.
The mechSym toolkit is a set of classes that support modelling classical mechanics systems with particular interset in robotic designs. Classes simulate sensors, motors, mechanical linkages, and power. visual time-elapsed simulations provided.
A project to host code developed for the Microtransat challenge, a race between autonomous sailing robots. This project is intended for both supporting code such as tracking systems and robot control systems or parts of robot control systems.
Open source 3D physics and dynamics engine and library written in pure Java. This is a Java port of ODE / OpenDE (Open Dynamics Engine). THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN MOVED TO A NEW LOCATION: www.ode4j.org
This Files are the Firmware to the osiFC Hardware. This Hardware and Software will enable you to build a autonomous airborne drone which gets guided by GPS. For more information check www.osiworx.com
Driver for the NXT lego brick in the Player/Stage robotics platform
pyRobocode is a Python port of the very successfull Java program Robocode designed to help teach Python in a more fun and enjoyable fashion, and to create a testing arena for the advancement of artificial intelligence.
Robot simulator inspired by Sim.I.Am
PySimiam is a robot simulator, created to follow the course "Control of Mobile Robots" offered at Coursera. The simulator models an arbitrary number of mobile robots in a 2D environment, each controlled by a arbitrary algorithm.
pyWombat is a Python encapsulation layer for the Serial Wombat PIC microprocessor (www.serialwombat.com). The goal is to develop a robotics platform with intelligence on the host in Python and 'arms, legs and eyes' on the Wombat. See Wiki for details.
The goal of zAutomation project is to design/implement hardware, firmware and software for remote control and monitoring of physical objects, by using the ZigBee technology and internet. The field of application is robotics and domotics.