Saturday, November 18, 2006

Two Open-source Projects Released!

I am pleased to announce that I have been able to (very quickly) release two of my projects as open-source, released under the GNU General Public License 2.0.
Global News Trends, the Java news grapher, and Orion, a flexible TCP/IP realtime image sniffer. So please feel free to take a look at these projects - all feedback, contributions (as in code) etc are more than welcome!

I am planning to progressively release more of my projects as I slowly work through my archives and clean things up.

I have just started work on a new 3D imaging technology that aims to reconstruct 3D scenes based on 2 or more still frames from a movie. Imagine taking a movie of your holiday, then being able to view it in 3D! Thats the goal at least, and I will keep you posted as I go.

Speaking of goals, I only have 1 exam to go, Logic & Computation (Predicate Calculus, Prolog, etc...), so I can soon focus more on my programming over the summer break. ('Goal' is a logic/prolog reference in case you didn't get it...just a lame pun)

Anyway, hope you are enjoy the code!