Home of Software
On these pages you will find information on my current and my former software projects. The last ones date back a little, but I don't want them to be forgotten ...
My latest project is Camera RC. It is used for remote controlling my system camera Sony Alpha 7 II via notebook and WiFi. It is written in Java and runs on all platforms with a not to old Java Runtime Environment.
The JSON-Parser is used to analyse and generate strings in the so called JSON format. The parser is part of the Camera RC project and can be used in a simpler way as other Java libraries for the same purpose.
Some years old is FCM. The Fractal Clip Maker is a little program for creation of fractal graphics. It is written in Java as well.
Almetare is a set of C++ classes with which all my old pocket calculators shall rise frome the dead in a Linux and a Windows version. Three of them are finished already and ready for download: The Texas Instruments TI-30, the Casio fx-85v and the Casio fx-3600P.
My favourite project is
I worked on it in the nineties of the last century, the hardware has been
the good, old Atari ST. Der Diskutant is a program for
function- and measuring data analysis with huge functionality
and very good usability. I selled it for about 200,- DM at
that time, now you can get it for free.
And perhaps there will be a native version for Linux and Windows in the future.
Its predecessor has been Kurdis, programmed for the legendary Sinclair ZX Spectrum. As far as I know it has been the only one of its kind on that platform and is of tremendous historical interest therefore. Hence in the service of science: gratis download on the poject's page.
Der Diskutant and Kurdis are not available in English. The links above are pointing to my German pages, sorry.
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