Welcome to the Robotics Community on java.net! All of the projects that are a part of our community are listed here. Who is the Robotics Community? We are programmers on java.net writing open source code for Java, Java derived languages and hardware devices which support Java interfaces. We host projects that help us explore how intelligent devices augment human abilities. We especially encourage projects that create tools for supporting robotics education.
This project enables a communication between the blind and the deaf through a cell phone. Rybena means to communicate. Speech is converted into text and then to the Sign Language. The system connects to a Databank where a set of animations is stored. For each recognized word, a corresponding sign animation is transmitted to the client’s cell phone. In case one word does not have a correspondent symbol images of its characters are transmitted letter by letter to the mobile device.
Scientific Text Editor / Traitement de texte scientifique ScientificPad est un projet d’éditeur de textes scientifiques écrit en Java ( Java Scientific Equation Editor ). Exportation prévue aux formats MathML, LaTeX, TeXmacs. Disponible sur toutes les plateformes supportant Java : Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, Solaris.
This project aims at providing from Senegal, West Africa a meeting site where developers of Java and other technologies can exchange ideas, learn from each other and find opportunities.
Shield4J is a Java class and Android APK obfuscator, encrypter, shrinker and merger based on a powerful and easy-to-use online service. It supports all types of most common Java applications: self-contained Main, Java Web Start (JWS), SWT, Swing/AWT, Applets, Web Servlets, JavaFX and Android - JAR, APK, DEX, WAR. It makes your code stronger against reverse-engineering and reduces the JVM and Dalvik VM class loading time and memory consumption.
The south bay Java and JVM user group is a group of software developers who get together the third thursday of every month to share ideas, best practices, and learn about new technology running on a Java Virtual Machine. We meet at the VirtualTourist.com office located at 801 Parkview Dr N, El Segundo, CA 90245.