Our ambition in this project is to use Blitz to design a free 3D open source game creation system that is easy for the beginner and powerful enough for the advanced user.
Tool for retrieve, via Web, statistics from bug trackers in free/open source software projects. The aim of this software is to provide researchers with statistics about bug-fixing process in a project
Open source, cross platform drivers and function library for the NovInt Falcon Haptic Controller. These drivers are not produced by Novint Technologies, Inc. and do not come with any warranty as to their correctness or usage.
Open source data logger focused on the wind industry. Hardware platform based on the TI MSP430, firmware written in C using mspgcc. Sponsored by the Wind Energy Center at the University of Massachusetts, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.
Open Source Avatar files for virtual worlds. The Second Life Avatar can be used on other SL-Grid based worlds like OS Grid, InWorldz, Meta7, and many others. In the future we hope to include avatar data for other worlds.
A website providing information to teachers and researchers in the humanities who use (or who want to begin using) Linux and other open source software. It will include news, discussion forums, documentation, and directories of available resources.
An open source framework for a guitar effects processor implemented in LabVIEW, which allows the user to create a chain of effects modules, then download them to a DSP board, for use with a standard electric guitar.
Open Source Mafia will be an AJAX-driven Mafia game that will be flexible enough to be simply installed on any website. It is coded in PHP.
This project hosts collaborative development of Open Source implementations of interfaces supporting the Telemanagement Forum's NGOSS (New Generation Operational Support System) standard KEYWORDS: JOSIF, NGOSS, TIP, MTOSI, OSS/J
OpenPIV is an initiative of scientists to develop a software, algorithms and methods for the state-of-the-art experimental tool of Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) which are free, open source, and easy to operate.