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The Wolfram Machine project is an effort to create a set of documentation and useful modules (both hardware and software) for a computing architecture based on the mathematical theories presented in Steven Wolfram's book _A_New_Kind_of_Science_.3 weekly downloads
Scanning Probe Microscopy Controller and Data Visualization Software1 weekly downloads
Mind the re-programmable hardware, even CPU for most mobile devices. Flushable devices. Flushable CPU, modem, camera - any kind of EMPTY NAND device, creating a new one by the engineering forth and back and forward again. We recreate the world1 weekly downloads
Lightget is an open hardware and open software project to build computer controlled systems with LEDs and/or other light sources. The ultimate goal is to provide illumination and visual entertainment in a convenient, low-cost solution.1 weekly downloads
We are currently developing our embedded TCP/IP modules, industrial ethernet systems and wireless platform for system control and data acquisition. Our main development environment is Linux and GNU tools like GCC (ASM, C, C++) and Python.1 weekly downloads
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.
This is the worlds first and probably only FLOSS project aimed to create a lowbudget, based on availble technology, cruise missile. No this is not a Joke, its for real. Why? Since no one has tried to do this before and certainly not under the GPL.
SPL is a cross-compiler for a simple language. It produces plain 6502 assembly code which is then assembled to binary or specialized formats for the Apple II including 140k disk images for emulators. "SPL" = "Simple Programming Language"