Here’s a CT scan viewer I’ve started to experiment with volume rendering:
A few days ago I decided to write the most useless program in the world: a kinect program that makes you appear invisible… As it always happens on the Internet someone had already written it (here is his project called the “Invisible Man”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4nYmivmXGw – very inspirational!) so, I wrote the “invisible woman” that didn’t exist so far… :p Here’s a first video. The program is still under construction, I plan to change a lot of things:
A few weeks ago, I started a minimal window system, which performs software rendering on the linux /dev/fb0. My aim was to learn some systems programming and familiarize myself with concepts like event and device handling, memory management, window management, drawing on the framebuffer, IPC mechanisms etc (and certainly not to create a full linux window system! :)p) I call the program winnie and the code is available on github here: https://github.com/hikiko/winnie/tree/winnie.clients-as-plugins, https://github.com/hikiko/winnie and lp.
The program is not finished yet and I don’t know if I ever finish it, since I came up with new project ideas again.. Nevertheless, you can see some videos of the development stages below if you are interested (most recent first):
libgliar — a library that lies to the OpenGL programs about the OpenGL context info (for Linux only). Code: bzr branch lp:libgliar
Some days ago I came up with the idea of a keyboard that can be used without having to type the letters. The user just stands in front of a camera and scrolls the letters by moving his head or hands to the appropriate direction…
And here it is: