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SilverSynth - Digital Audio Synthesis for Silverlight
Quite simply, SilverSynth is a Silverlight library used to create awesome sounds in a web browser. It can be used as a core library for developing music-based applications or for just generating noise that annoys your co-workers. It supports synthesis of sine, saw, square and triangle wave forms, frequency modulation, amplitude modulation, panning, volume control, and dynamic envelopes.
audio  c#  dsp  programming  library  opensource  dotnet  signalprocessing  development 
march 2012
Generating Random Pronounceable Passwords
The use of passwords as a security measure is increasingly common for technical and non-technical users alike. Generating passwords that are both strong and memorable can be difficult. This article describes one method to alleviate this problem.
c#  programming  article  security  dotnet  development 
march 2012
Apollo 11 Lunar Landing Visualization, 1969 (2011) on Vimeo
The Apollo 11 visualization draws together social and technical data from the 1969 moon landing in a dynamic 2D graphic.
space  video 
march 2012
Gamasutra - Features - Selecting Save On The Games We Make, Part 2
In his original three part series, John Andersen polled a variety of companies across the globe to find out about exactly how the history of the game industry and its efforts is being preserved. In this latest installment, he queries indies to find out exactly what they're doing to preserve their history.
games  gaming  history 
march 2012
Gamasutra - Features - Selecting Save on the Games We Make, Part 1
In his original three part series, John Andersen polled a variety of companies across the globe to find out about exactly how the history of the game industry and its efforts is being preserved. In this latest installment, he dives deeper into the museum issue, and also finds out what some more developers have been doing to preserve their materials.
games  gaming  history 
march 2012
Gamasutra - Features - Where Games Go To Sleep: The Game Preservation Crisis, Part 3
In this, the final installment of Where Games Go To Sleep, Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony, and other leading video game companies respond to a video game preservation questionnaire, disclosing how they're saving their video game history. Developers and publishers disclose what assets they've lost, and how, in certain instances, have rescued and preserved the building blocks of their games before it was too late.
games  gaming  history 
march 2012
Gamasutra - Features - Where Games Go To Sleep: The Game Preservation Crisis, Part 2
Part 2 of Where Games Go To Sleep examines how video games can be protected by natural disasters and elements. Video game museums and preservationists worldwide reveal their goals and ask for artifacts from those in the industry. Meanwhile, Japan struggles to open its own video game museum amidst political controversy.
games  gaming  history 
march 2012
Gamasutra - Features - Where Games Go To Sleep: The Game Preservation Crisis, Part 1
In the first installment of his comprehensive look into the current state of classic game preservation, John Andersen delves into strange tales of what happened to Atari's source code, the surprising rescue of Sonic Spinball, and much more.
games  gaming  history 
march 2012
Compilers Reloaded - T3X.ORG
Study the heavily annotated source code of a full compiler for a subset of the C programming language generating code for the popular 386 processor.
c  compiler  book  programming  development 
march 2012
C64.COM - To Protect and Preserve
Welcome to the world of C64 nostalgia. Here you will find exclusive material about the Commodore 64 home computer that we all love. There is detailed information about the present C64-related events and past happenings in the scene and game culture alike.
c64  emulation  games  retro  commodore 
march 2012
virtualagc - Virtual AGC and AGS emulation - Google Project Hosting
The purpose of this project is to provide an emulation of the on-board Apollo guidance computers, along with some ancillary items needed to make the emulation do something interesting.
code  opensource  space 
march 2012
psxjin - PSX Emulator with Rerecording features - Google Project Hosting
PSX Emulator with Rerecording features adapted from the PCSX GPU core

PSXjin is an overhaul of the outdated pcsx-rr branch of PCSX. It includes a new SPU and integrated components rather than the use of plugins (though currently input plugins are still required and packaged with PSXjin). In addition there is an overhaul of the GUI components & features, including the removal of the 2 window design inherent in PCSX emulators.

PSXjin is a rerecording emulator and its primary focus is to facilitate the making of Tool-assisted Speedruns. When possible & time permitting it will also support features for casual gaming.
emulation  emulator  game  games  playstation  software  sony  psx 
march 2012
antirez/codakido
SDL based Lua programming environment for kids similar to Codea
education  lua  programming  development 
march 2012
Paper processor
Hello everyone .
I wrote 2 bits CPU on a paper . You cam work this CPU without electricity . Just use scissors , pen and your hand .
It may be interesting more than work CPU on simulator on computer .
computers  cpu  education 
march 2012
Tiny - I Shot the Serif
Tiny is, I believe, the smallest possible font (in pixel size). It stands at a lofty four pixels tall (five if you count descenders), yet it still contains all the printable ASCII characters. Presented here in TrueType format, you can print it out at any size you want, in order to make it actually readable.
typography  fonts 
march 2012
kon-boot.com
Kon-Boot is an application which will silently bypass the authentication process of Windows based operating systems.Without overwriting your old password! Easy to use and excellent for tech repairs, data recovery and security audits.
computers  security  windows 
march 2012
Software Architecture for Developers - Leanpub
The book is aimed at software developers that want to learn more about software architecture as well as those that are new to the role. It fills the gap between software development and high-level architecture that probably seems a little "enterprisey" for most developers.
book  software  development  architecture 
march 2012
3D Tetris with Three.js tutorial – part 3 : Smashinglabs
Third part of the tutorial is about moving blocks. We will create a block, introduce some movement and steering. For now we won’t care about collision detection.
html5  programming  development  web  game  3d  javascript 
february 2012
3D Tetris with Three.js tutorial – part 2 : Smashinglabs
Second part of tutorial is about adding static blocks. It will be short but very important.
html5  programming  development  web  game  3d  javascript 
february 2012
3D Tetris with Three.js tutorial – part 1 : Smashinglabs
This series may be not the best tutorial ever, but I’ll share my experiences from writing a game – 3D Tetris. I hope you find it useful.
html5  programming  development  web  game  3d  javascript 
february 2012
Project Apollo for Orbiter - OrbiterWiki
Project Apollo for Orbiter is an add-on for Orbiter which recreates the Apollo missions.
space  simulation  orbiter 
february 2012
codereflection/Giles @ GitHub
Giles is a continuous testing tool for .NET applications. Just point Giles to your solution, test assembly, and project root and watch him run your tests immediately after saving any *.cs file. Currently only C#, mspec, and nunit are supported.
tdd  testing  c#  development  visualstudio  dotnet 
february 2012
Stellarium
Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
astronomy  opensource  science  software  space 
february 2012
SharpGL
SharpGL is a C# library that allows you to use OpenGL in your .NET Framework based application with ease!
c#  programming  library  development  graphics  opengl  dotnet 
february 2012
MultiMarkdown
MultiMarkdown, or MMD, is a tool to help turn minimally marked-up plain text into well formatted documents, including HTML, PDF (by way of LaTeX), OPML, or OpenDocument (specifically, Flat OpenDocument or ‘.fodt’, which can in turn be converted into RTF, Microsoft Word, or virtually any other word-processing format).

MMD is a superset of the Markdown syntax, originally created by John Gruber. It adds multiple syntax features (tables, footnotes, and citations, to name a few), in addition to the various output formats listed above (Markdown only creates HTML). Additionally, it builds in “smart” typography for various languages (proper left- and right-sided quotes, for example).
html  markdown 
february 2012
iTunes - TV Programmes - When We Left Earth - The NASA Missions, Season 1
From the early quest of the Mercury program to put a man in space, to the historic moon landings, through the Soyuz link up, and the first un-tethered space walk by Bruce McCandless, When We Left the Earth is the incredible story of humankind's greatest adventures, as they happened, told by the people who were there. Featured in the series is never-before-seen footage from NASA's secret film vaults, digitally remastered into stunning quality.
space  tv  itunes 
february 2012
iTunes - TV Programmes - Moon Machines, Season 1
Forty years after man's first steps on the lunar surface, reaching the Moon is still a metaphor for an impossible journey. But while the astronauts who walked on the Moon became household names, the creators of the machines that made those journeys possible have been largely forgotten. Yet, from the impossibly gigantic Saturn V rocket to the fragile “tissue paper” lunar lander, the stories of these miracles of engineering are every bit as extraordinary as those of the men who flew them.
space  tv  itunes 
february 2012
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