jBrout is a photo manager. It can manage albums and photos, tag photos with IPTC keywords, use internal JPEG thumbnails, add comments to photos and albums, losslessly rotate JPEG files and internal JPEG thumbnails, and use EXIF info. It uses plugins to add a variety of features such as exporting to HTML, acting like an HTTP server, and exporting to email. It works without a database, and has been tested with a collection of over 20,000 photos.
Enki is a fast 2D physics-based robot simulator. It is able to simulate cinematics, collisions, sensors, and cameras of robots on a flat surface. It also provides limited support for friction. It is able to simulate groups of robots hundreds of times faster than real-time on a modern desktop computer.
Teem is a software framework for conducting artificial evolution experiments. It particular, it provides lots of facilities for evolutionary robotics. It can be combined with a variety of libraries and programs to form a powerful platform for anything from evolution of simple Braitenberg behaviour to complex steady state evolutionary experiments involving groups of robots.
The Head-Tracking Pointer provides an inexpensive and easily-used mouse replacement for those unable to use traditional pointing devices. Using only software and any Web-cam, this application allows users to point and click with character-level accuracy by simply aiming their face. Unlike other head-tracking solutions, the Head-Tracking Pointer does not require special-purpose hardware, head gear, or tracking aids such as retro-reflective dots.