PRISCILA is a simple SDL/OpenGL presentation application with a keyboard-based WYSIWYG built-in editor. Its aim is to provide a vi-like tool to write presentations. The current editor is still very rudimentary and several editing actions have to be done by editing text files. Each presentation slide is a real 3D scene composed of several items. Special effects can be applied to modify item appearance, and actions can be added to modify items' behavior. 3D objects, effects, and actions are GNU/EDMA objects, which automatically provides plug-in support, easy updates, and more. An RFComm Bluetooth interface is included for remotely controlling a presentation from a mobile device.
cduino is a microcontroller programming system that is like arduino but simpler. It allows experienced programmers to get a quick start programming and talking to a microcontroller. You should be up and talking to your arduino over the serial line in a matter of minutes. This is achieved using a very easy Makefile-based driver for the command line Atmel AVR programming tools, a library of C routines, and a series of lessons that introduce a variety of AVR subsystems.
DeforaOS Surfer is a portable Web browser, supporting tabbed browsing on a number of platforms, including embedded environments. It notably supports either XULRunner (Mozilla), WebKit, libGtkHtml, or its own lightweight implementation as the actual rendering engine to display pages.
WiFiDB is a set of scripts that is intended to manage wireless access points found with the Vistumbler wireless scanning software. WiFiDB also has support for importing Netsumlber summary files and Wardrive for Android database files. WiFiDB can also export access points with GPS to a Google Earth KML file, so you can see where the access points are located.
URL Notification System (UNS) uses simple Web pages to show messages and alerts around your campus. Every zone can have its own custom messages, and an emergency mode can be set that overrides all pages in all zones. Active Directory is supported for user access. RSS feeds are supported. Lists of URLs can be copied from one client to anther or from another client zone.
Scorealgorithm1 composes musical scores using controlled, randomized procedures. It is written in Python, and the output is compatible with the digital synthesis software CSound. Scorealgorithm1 is a flexible composition tool that can create varied styles of music with changing harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic textures. The program also features various tuning systems and adaptable performance controls. Complex repetition, even canonic imitation, is possible. Visit the Web site for tutorials, documentation, and examples of music created using the software.