RenderPark is a photo-realistic rendering tool being developed at the Computer Graphics Research Group of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, in Belgium. The goal is to offer a solid implementation of many existing photo-realistic rendering algorithms in order to compare them on a fair basis, evaluate benefits and shortcomings, find solutions for the latter and to develop new algorithms that are more robust and efficient than the algorithms that are available today. RenderPark will offer you several state-of-the-art rendering algorithms that are not yet present in other rendering packages, not even in expensive ones. Allthough RenderPark is in the first place a test-bed for rendering algorithms, it is evolving towards a full-featured physics-based global illumination rendering system.
php edna is a port of the edna MP3 server to PHP, but with its own features. The most noticeable difference compared to the original edna is the XHTML 1.1 Strict compliant output with UTF-8 charset and support for custom themes via CSS. There are also a few other goodies like enqueue links and tarball generation.
jMediaCat is a simple audio file catloging/database application (similar to iTunes Library or Winamp Media Library), programmed entirely in Java. It is meant to make searching through a large collection of digital music fast and straightforward. It will search for MP3, OGG, FLAC, WMA, M4A, AAC, and MIDI files in a given directory on your computer's hard drive. It will then let you interactively search through the found audio files by typing a search query. The results are instantly shown in a list, and selecting a file in the list will open it in your system's default media player.
Milenia Grafter Server is a very simple and powerful Flash media server. It features live audio/video streaming, live stream recording, powerful stream access control, lightweight client/server communication, a client mode, server-to-server data/audio/video communication, and an admin console.
LibUFO is a C++ core library for graphical user interfaces (GUI). It is mainly used as OpenGL GUI toolkit. Most standard components (such as buttons, labels, menus, and internal frames) are included. It is customizable via look-and-feel and themes. There are three built-in video drivers (respectively using GLX/X11, WGL/Win32, and LibSDL) which are selected and loaded at run-time. You may also create your own backend or use a dummy driver to include libUFO widgets into an already existing OpenGL context.