Advanced Sliding Text Applet is a very efficient sliding text news scroller with a very easy setup process. It is designed to read a text file and display the contents within a Web page in horizontal scrolling format. Features include multi-language support and adjustable scroll speed. It can insert images, hyperlink any portion of text or an image, and pause between pages. Different pages can have different pause times. Colors and fonts can be changed throughout the text. Variable indentation of text and images can be used.
Aeolus is an effort to create a platform for displaying and animating 2D graphics using Cairo as a backend. The language used is C++, creating an object-oriented design borrowing heavily from Crystal Space. This makes the project very modular and helps people to extend and reuse the code as they see fit.
AeonWave is a cross platform, hardware accelerated, multi-threaded, and versatile stereo and 4D audio mixing library. By combining hardware accelerated rendering and a low memory footprint the library can handle almost any situation, from virtual synthesizer apps for smart phones to immersive simulation. It has a small, easy to use, fault tolerant, and consistent API, low latency support by using hardware acceleration, simultaneous support for stereo and 4D audio, audio frames with sub-mixing capabilities, support for stereo and 3D audio effects and filters, and a Freeware supplemental OpenAL implementation.
AeonWave Audio-FX is real-time, hardware accelerated, cross platform audio effects software for guitar players, singers, vocalists, voice overs, or DJs. Originally designed as an audio effects applet for instrumentalists, it now extends to areas like voice processing for vocalists or live or podcasting DJ work. Effects include Compressor, Phaser, Flanger or Chorus, Wah, Distortion, and Reverb with echo.
AeonWave-OpenAL is a thin OpenAL emulation layer that uses AeonWave to create one of the fastest rendering OpenAL implementations available. OpenAL is a cross-platform 3D audio API appropriate for use with gaming applications and many other types of audio applications. Its API style and conventions deliberately resemble those of OpenGL.
Aeskulap is a medical image viewer. It is able to load a series of special images stored in the DICOM format for review. It is able to query and fetch DICOM images from archive nodes (also called PACS) over the network. The goal of this project is to create a full open source replacement for commercially available DICOM viewers. It is based on gtkmm, glademm, and gconfmm and designed to run under Linux. Ports of these packages are available for different platforms. It should be quite easy to port It to any platform were these packages are available.