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Florence is an extensible scalable on-screen virtual keyboard for GNOME that stays out of your way when not needed. You need it if you can't use a real keyboard either because of a handicap, broken keyboard or tablet PC but you can use a pointing devide.
This application uses augmented reality to make it easier for people to draw a picture. All you need is a computer, a webcam and a printed marker. You place the marker at the corner of the canvas or paper you want to draw on, upload the picture you want to draw, then look through the webcam using the transparent picture as a guide to drawing. The name Filippo comes from Filippo Brunellschi who designed the dome of Florence's famous cathedral. It was Brunellschi who invented linear perspective us
AimThis project aims to develop an efficient rule based extractor of entries of references, located in scientific articles in English language. The application takes a pdf file or a directory of pdf and then returns an html file, containing the list of all entries with their respective title. Moreover the title of the article cited is searched through Google Web Service to get the URL that identifying the article on the web. If the URL provides on the page a Bibtex entry, this will appear in the
QtZibit Simile-widgets' "Exhibit" running locally in QtWebKit, rendering arbitrary Json data models from QML, Qt or QtMobility. Some examples implemented with qtzibit, with links to their associated source directories. All but the last two examples use the Exhibit framework: Toplevel YouTube named feeds Browse podcasts Bugxhibit timeline Bugxhibit tiles Geospatial timeline map Geospatial timeline US presidents Century of RedSox vs Yankees Timeplot Googlemaps flying to antartica Google maps stree
We are designing a framework that can be used to implement three strategy board games: 1. The Princes of Florence 2. Caylus 3. Catan: Cities & Knights Class homepage http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~dts/dp/ Project description http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~dts/dp/project.html Project deliverables http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~dts/dp/project-deliverables.html
This project aims to develop an implementation of Kalman filter and Condensation filter to track simple videos, like a bouncing ball or a remote-controlled machine. The project is developed in C++ programming language, using openCV to process videos and HighGUI to create the user interface. Another goal of the project is to generate statistics about the quality of the used algorithms. This project is born to a course of Senior Informatic Engineering at the University of Florence from three junio