Aseba ✦ 2007–present ✦ c++ and Qt4
Aseba is a set of tools which allow beginners to program robots easily and efficiently. For these reasons, Aseba is well-suited for robotic education and research. I developed Aseba as part of my work at Mobots on the Swarmanoid European Project. I further developed it as part of my work at asl. Aseba is available under a LGPL 3 license.
Enki ✦ 1999–present ✦ c++
Enki is an open source robot simulator. It provides collision and limited physics support for robots evolving on a flat surface. Enki is able to simulate groups of robots hundred times faster than real-time. I developed Enki as part of my work at lis on the ECAgents European Project. I further enhanced Enki as part of my work at Mobots and asl.
Osqoop ✦ 2005–2006 ✦ c++ and Qt4
Osqoop is an open-source software oscilloscope. It features an arbitrary number of channels, long acquisition durations, and plugin-based data sources and signal-processing algorithms. I developed Osqoop as part of my work at lsn.
Teem ✦ 2004–2005 ✦ c++
Teem is a software framework for evolutionary-robotics experiments. Using a modular approach, it provides several genomes, evolution logics, neural networks topologies and neurons/synapses as well as sample experiments. It seamlessly integrates with the Enki simulator. I designed Teem with Antoine Beyeler and wrote the core. This was part of my work at lis on the ECAgents European Project.
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