The Webcam Network is a network of webcam/image publishers and subscribers. Users can publish to the network using the publisher tool and subscribe to the network using the viewer tool. The publisher tool will push images to the network at an arbitrary rate, and the viewer will display image updates from selected publishers in real-time with resizing, scaling, or in collage mode. The viewer can also render to the root window.
Web Site Robot is an easy to use Web site builder with a blog tool, shopping cart, and online photo album. It is free and does not require additional software, HTML, programming, or a hosting company. It enables secure online payments with credit cards. There is virtually unlimited storage space for HTML, documents, blogs, photos, music, videos, or any multimedia content.
PhotoFS is a Web-based photo album or image gallery, based on the files-as-directories and attributes-as-files concepts at the core of the ReiserFS 4 filesystem. It does not require ReiserFS 4, but is much more efficient on that system than on others. It does many of the same things as other Web galleries, at least as far as the basics go. What makes it different is its use of the filesystem instead of a database. It allows you to use regular unix tools to access your photo collection. It can handle very large collections, and also encourages multiple categories per file, deep category hierarchies, and batch processing.
Twibright Twig is a static HTML photo gallery software that supports organization of JPEG and PNG images into a directory structure and EXIF and JPEG comments. It is meant for more experienced users rather than newbies. Three levels of downscaled image and three levels of thumbnails are generated. Each image is assigned a unique identifier to faciliate easy random linking from a master Web site. It handles reasonable large galleries (and is currently used for a 3GB one). Automatic regeneration of added, changed, and deleted images can be done with one script.
GAIA Image Transcoder (GIT) is a library that operates image transcoding, with a special focus on mobile applications. It comes in two parts: a transformation and transcoding library that performs image adaptation to mobile device using information retrieved from WURFL files, and a very simple JSP tag library that enables library utilization in a J2EE environment. The transcoding library works as a transformation pipeline. The pipeline is composed of a set of filters. A filter can operate directly on the image body, or indirectly on the associated meta-information. The GIT architecture supports the management cycle of such pipes, while GIT tag libraries simplifies their definition.