X3D-Edit is a graphics file editor for Extensible 3D (X3D) that enables simple error-free editing, authoring, and validation of X3D or VRML scene-graph files. Context-sensitive tooltips provide concise summaries of each VRML node and attribute. These tooltips simplify authoring and improve understanding for novice and expert users alike. It uses the X3D 3.0 tagset defined by the X3D 3.0 Document Type Definition (DTD) in combination with Sun's Java, IBM's Xeena XML editor, and editor profile configuration files.
adesklets is an interactive Imlib2 console for the X Window System. It provides to scripted languages a clean and simple way to write great looking, mildly interactive desktop integrated graphic applets (aka "desklets"). It can also be used as a command line oriented graphics editor, a bit similar to ImageMagick, but with different functionality.
Barcode provides a Web interface for generating barcode images according to well-known barcode formating standards. It supports the following barcode format standards: Codabar, Code11, Code39, Code93, Code128, EAN-8, EAN-13, ISBN, Interleaved 2 of 5, Standard 2 of 5, MSI Plessey, UPC-A, UPC-E, UPC Extension 2, UPC Extension 5, and PostNet. The output images generated according to most of the standards have been tested with a barcode reader device to confirm that they are correctly generated.
The Pure Perl RayCaster is a small simple ray-casting application written completely in Perl without using OpenGL or any other 3D API library. For the GUI, it uses wxPerl. It can load a 3D object from a file (in RAW format), display the object in wireframe perspective view, allow you to orbit and zoom your camera, and produce a user defined size ray casting image of the current view in a predefined color theme, with or without smooth shading. It is well suited for educational purposes, in order to study, understand, tweak, and try well known fundamental 3D computer graphics techniques.
xoris grabs the RGB color value of any pixel on the screen and dumps the color's name to stdout. The output can be printed either as hex (#b0958e), as a triple of decimal RGB values (229 229 229), or as an abstract name (gray90). xoris has only been tested on displays with a bit depth of 24 bpp.
AgileGallery is a photo gallery that processes the XML output from Picasa, generates paging and thumbnails, and displays the full sized photos along with any captions entered in Picasa. AgileGallery presently comes in two flavors: one that uses AJAX for the interface and one that uses Flash. AgileGallery does not require any server-side technology to generate photo galleries.
DataDrafter is a program that allows you to create your own interactive graphics applications with data editing, navigation, search, and reporting features built in. Use it instead of Visio, for example, to create diagrams, maps, and technical drawings that are interactive and fully integrated with your data. Your visualizations become real applications instead of just wallpaper. You can even share your graphics and data as an application on the Web, or on your own intranet.
Picasa is Google's photo organizer. It makes it easy to find, edit, and share digital photos. It automatically locates and remembers all pictures and sorts them into visual albums organized by date with recognizable folder names. You can drag and drop to arrange albums and make labels to create new groups. This Linux version mostly has the same features as the Windows version, and is based on a modified version of Wine.