"Tegel" is an add-on for Allegro for drawing and handling layered tilemaps. The package contains an editor and a playback library in C. There is support for multiple layers and rotated and/or animated tilemaps. The editor is easy to use, with unlimited undo, copy/paste, flood fill, and help included.
bcr harms takes a model of the quantum harmonic oscillator and adapts it as a soft synth. It lets you hear and see how the oscillator wave functions evolve in real-time as you modify amplitudes and other parameters. The user interface is based on and integrates with the BCR2000 MIDI controller, but the application can be used without a controller.
The TOXTOX browser is a Mozilla-based browser for your television. Packed with features, it will provide a real multimedia experience for your bedroom or living room while its controls remain easy and accessible with a keyboard or a remote control. With built-in support for Jabber/XMPP, it will be a platform for new and innovative social and interactive media. It can be customized by installing user-contributed addons and themes.
Gillo is a two-player game in a virtual reality environment. The players are cars moving inside a 3D smooth-box shaped playground trying to catch a ball and throw it through a goal. The goal is in the center of the field. The goalkeeper tries to catch the ball before it reaches the goal. In order to catch and fire the ball, players have an directed magnet with an invertible charge. To make things tricky, powerups are spread randomly throughout the playground to allow gravity rotation, ball inflation, and other funny effects.
LXlogo is an interactive LOGO programming environment for K-12 educational use or just for fun. It is easy to install with minimal system requirements, and is a modern variant of the familiar "turtle" LOGO language. Logo is interesting because it gives students immediate graphical results with just a few commands or lines of code, and allows students to gradually become familiar with geometric concepts, and how to write programs and think procedurally. As students move beyond the beginning stages, they can move on to create fun animations and user interfaces.