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32/64 bit multi-platform Ethernet S7 PLC communication suite674 weekly downloads
Open-source, cross-platform 3D rendering engine for .NET and Mono. The Axiom Engine is a high-performance C# port of the powerful OGRE engine and provides full support for DirectX, OpenGL and XNA on Windows, Linux, Android, iPhone and Windows Phone.47 weekly downloads
Snagit’s image and video capture is powerful, but not complex. All-in-One Capture® grabs your entire desktop, a region, a window, or a scrolling window from any webpage or application—-all with a single hotkey or click. Snagit gives you a simple way to edit. Show a complex process, give detailed feedback, or share important information with the people who need it most. Download your free trial now!Advertisement
The Periodic Tables Package is an advanced suite of applications for both Windows and Linux that allow chemists and students alike to use the Periodic Table on their computers.4 weekly downloads
Converts ADV video frames into FITS files
Logistic Coordination System for Immediate Crisis Aid (LOGIC-A)
Latronix Regnum Arts - Open Source Faction is an open source and freeware developer for all sorts of goodies. Be it games or applications. This is the home for the Drug Turfs Game (A Drug Wars like game) and the Drug Turfs Library.
An open source,platform independent,technical web programming language using MATLAB in background, that supports 3-Tier Architecture (Web-Business-DB) including Distributed Computing and Parallel Processing via remote procedure calls and web services.
Multicore SWARM (Software and Algorithms for Running on Multicore Processors) is an open source library for developing efficient and portable implementations that make use of multi-core processors. David A. Bader (Georgia Tech) began SWARM in 1994.
Senseless is an application for wireless sensor and actuator networks (SANETs). The senseless framework connects several WSNs to end-applications which allow the user to monitor and control these WSNs without any knowledge of the underlying system.