Local Media Browser lets you access your collection of digital media files from a Web browser. It is designed for (but not limited to) low-powered clients (like the Nintendo Wii) on low-resolution displays (like TVs). It uses its own specialized Web server. It is fully customizable through easy HTML-templates, CSS, and ini-files. It currently supports picture and music files. It supports indexing and caching of information (such as thumbnails and ID3 tags) for fast browsing as well as on-the-fly gathering.
OrbySPV (Sequential Panoramic Viewer) gives you the ability to create highly interactive virtual tours, similiar to the Google Maps Street View, using your own panaromic images. The Orby experience is not like the other virtual tours that you may have seen around the Web, where you stand in one spot and look around in a static 360 degree bubble. Orby has that ability, but instead of standing in a single position, you can actually walk around in the captured environment, stop at any position, and zoom and rotate as much as you want.
HopSlide is a tool for authoring and playing slides. It supports animations, annotations (slide overlays), math formulas (MathML support and TeX syntax support), SVG images, and canvas graphical effects. HopSlide can be used to compile slides into XHTML files. These files can be used by XHTML capable browsers (e.g., Firefox). Compiled slide files can be used to play the slides without HopSlide.
Vulpive is webcomic archive software with all of the common features of other online comics, plus some fairly novel ones. Comics can be uploaded for particular dates in advance, and will appear at midnight. There is a separate "calendar view" where comics can be browsed by thumbnail. Three different layout modes are available. Commentary for individual comics is supported. Plot arcs can be organized into chapters. It is easily skinnable by anyone with basic HTML or CSS experience. An automatic RSS feed is provided.
Amora (A mobile remote assistant) is an application for S60 Nokia smartphones written in Python (PyS60). It allows you to send keyboard events and mouse moving in your Linux desktop. You can control slides, movies, and any other application. Supported features include: mouse drag, double clicking, mouse left button, and some common keyboard keys (Enter, Esc, Space, F5, arrow key left/right, 'F', etc.). It can take a screenshot of the active window on your desktop and view thumbnail on the cellphone. Communication uses Bluetooth.