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The project is investigating the use of sensor information to be used in context aware applications.
I finally got around to actually coding something! This is going to be an OS for use on combat robots, complete with full support for sensors, hammers, flamethrowers, wedges, saws, and clamper robots. All weapon systems are fully customizable w/RC.
"DSO" is a Digital Signal Oscilloscope. My DSO will be connected via the USB to the PC. All software to operate the DSO is developed within this project.
DesktopTools is a collection of small utillities which help to make your daily life easier. Since the tools themself are rather small (projectwise) I keep them not as individual projects, but have them under this collective name.
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
The goal of this project is to build a centralized domotic system. This project contents three parts: - An electronic part; - An embedded software part (PIC Microship controller); - A PC software part (Dotnet/Mono)
We are currently developing our embedded Ethernet/CAN/Zigbee libraries wich will target independent microcontrollers for industrial Control and data acquisition systems. Development environment : Windows/Linux and GNU tools like GCC (ASM, C, C++).
This is a personal subversion server for Caltech EE/CS 51 Class.
This is meant to be a powerful, but easy to use math software. It's by the user and for the users.
The repository of code snippets for small-scale embedded system development, from useful data structures, tiny RTOS, efficient algorithms, or even short assembly code for a particular controller, etc.
Design and fabrication of a full digital motorcycle instrument panel targeted for the Honda 919 motorcycle. Main display will be through a full color TFT LCD display.
This projects provides tools to analyze any file and graphically display the data in several ways to recognize differences in the entropy distributed in the file. It also provides a script collection for data displaying.
Interlocking system for modular model railroading. The goal is the development of hard- and software for an model interlocking interfacing on the one hand to the model railroad and on the other to the model of the userinterface of an real interlocking.
Fast heavily optimised math libraries for various embedded processors. Main features will be a very fast floating point library.
FCE stands for Fastest Convolution in the Emirates and is a utility set to perform various types of convolution in the shortest possible time.
Fingerprint Laboratory - a portable and layered package of libraries and tools for academic research and productive use that allows people to easily integrate Automatic Fingerprint Recognition technology into their software or system with little know-how.
The Firestorm OS aims to create a Operating System that is small, stable, fast, secure and reliable all contained in a small package. It will be available for PC and any Specialized Hardware like robotics, etc.
Free & open source Engine Management System including hardware and software. Downloads are available from http://download.freeems.org & documentation from http://docs.freeems.org additionally the forum is http://forum.diyefi.org/viewforum.php?f=19
GNAHB Tools is a set of tools for building and deploying code on the GNAHB board created at the Illinois Institute of Technology. It will be backwards compatible to support code written for the MIT Handyboard.
GROKI is an OpenSource-Project (GNU) that deals with Control and Programming of (small) mechanical Robots. HW: µC/MCU OS: Linux/Unix GUI: GTK PLs: C++ and Assembler
This is the Galileo CPE Lyon developpement site. The main goal of the project is to build an independent robot able to interact with its environement.
Garrett is a simple scripting language for Monte Carlo portfolio evaluation. It has applications in energy, economics and more. Garrett automatically parallelizes and vectorizes the input simulation for maximum performance.
Gloom is a scripting language developed with ease of use and compatibility in mind. The user has the ability to program in Gloom Assembally or Gloom High Level Scripting, It has a VM for easy integration into projects and a compiler and code converter
Graph3 integrates with the TI-83+ OS to add new dimensions to the calculator's graphing abilities. Graph 3D functions, including rotation and hidden surface plots; or graph differential equations, complete with Runge-Kutta method, slope fields, and more.
Develop hardware for universal chip programmer, buildable cheaply by hobbyists - 40-pin programmer to cost under Ł100 (vs. Ł300 for commercial version). Use GunFire for software support.