AtomEye is atomistic visualization software fast enough to handle output of molecular dynamics simulations with millions of atoms. It includes parallel and perspective projections with full three-dimensional navigation, customizable bond and coordination number calculation, colour-encoding of arbitrary user-defined quantities, local atomic strain invariant, coloured atom tiling and tracing, up to 16 cutting planes, periodic boundary condition translations, JPEG, PNG, and EPS screenshots, and animation scripting.
dxf allows you to easily open and edit DXF (Drawing eXchange Format) files. You can export them to various image formats (BMP, PNG, GIF, etc.) or print files. Many entites are supported (lines, arcs, circles, polylines, text, trace, and solids), as well as all colors including BYLAYER. Background color can be changed from black to white. LTYPE (linetypes) are partially supported.
PyVib2 permits the automatic correlation of vibrational motions of molecules, thereby allowing an understanding of Raman, Raman optical activity (ROA), infrared vibrational absorption (IR), and vibrational circular dichroism (VCD) spectra. The versatile representation of vibrational motions, the visualization techniques of Raman/ROA and IR/VCD generation in molecules, and the production of publication quality spectra are features of PyVib2. Output files of Raman/ROA and IR/VCD calculations, produced with the DALTON and Gaussian quantum chemistry packages, can be directly opened. Files in the MOLDEN and XMol XYZ format can be imported and exported. A variety of formats (JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PNM, PS, PDF, animated GIF, and FLI) are available to the user for saving results. All the functionality is accessible via the pyviblib class library.
[Amos-Effect] parses and visualizes mobile phone connection data provided by O2 in the form of downloadable CSV files. [Amos-Effect] calculates mobile phone charges on a global and monthly basis. [Amos-Effect] also determines average charges derived from the pre-calculated sums. [Amos-Effect] visualizes these stats by textual and by graphical means (using perl's libgd module).
bcr harms takes a model of the quantum harmonic oscillator and adapts it as a soft synth. It lets you hear and see how the oscillator wave functions evolve in real-time as you modify amplitudes and other parameters. The user interface is based on and integrates with the BCR2000 MIDI controller, but the application can be used without a controller.
Moving Map provides a moving GPS map and 3D GPS logger for your Java enabled handheld. It can either use an internal GPS (such as in the Nokia N95 and BlackBerry 8800) or connect to an external Bluetooth GPS receiver. It supports vector maps and paths created in Google Earth and can export logs to Google Earth.
STPsim is an application that simulates and visualizes switches using the Spanning Tree Protocol. It features a GUI to build and control a custom network topology. A VPython frontend visualizes virtual switches and network cables in a 3D environment. To visualize STP-states, switches and ports change colors and captions in real time.