p2gStereoStage™ is the world's first Flash-based Universal Stereo-3D Display System™ for the World Wide Web. Pushing Flash 10 technology to its outer limits, p2gStereoStage™ reads a plethora of audiovisual source media (3D and 2D) and processes them into coherent, high-impact, on-line shows that thrill audiences. Open the p2gStereoStage™ Gallery to get an idea of how versatile the system can be deployed.

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imgSeek

www.imgseek.net/home, posted 2010 by peter in ai free graphics search software

imgSeek is a collection of free open source visual similarity projects. The query (image you are looking for) can be expressed either as a rough sketch painted by the user or as another image you supply (or an image in your collection). The searching algorithm makes use of multiresolution wavelet decomposition of the query and database images.

Visualizes the HTML DOM of any web page as a graph.

Pdftk allows you to manipulate PDF easily and freely. It does not require Acrobat, and it runs on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD and Solaris.

I will introduce you to some of the basic Japanese Smileys(Emoticons), which is used in e-mails very often in Japan. You can try them as I explain them.

Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your friends.

Pixelation is a message board about pixel art, first and foremost. Its role is to provide a setting in which people may sharpen their skills by posting work and receiving critique from others, and to offer critique when others request it.

The Independent Qt Tutorial is an on-line book aiming to cover most topics involved in the process of developing professional quality Qt applications. The text is example driven, filled with lots of tips and has links to the official Qt documentation.

The optical appearance of the stellar sky for an observer in the vicinity of a black hole is dominated by bending of light, frequency shift, and magnification caused by gravitational lensing and aberration. Due to the finite apperture of an observer's eye or a telescope, Fraunhofer diffraction has to be taken into account. Using todays high performance graphics hardware, we have developed a Qt application which enables the user to interactively explore the stellar sky in the vicinity of a Schwarzschild black hole. For that, we determine what an observer, who can either move quasistatically around the black hole or follow a timelike radial geodesic, would actually see.

Choose from a comprehensive collection of select royalty-free photos, vectors and illustrations from Getty Images, iStockphoto and Jupiterimages.

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