Otsopack is an open-source middleware which eases the coordination between heterogeneous devices. In Otsopack devices can share semantic knowledge writing and reading it in a common space. It is designed following the web standards to facilitate its adoption on different platforms.
Two main implementations are available for Java SE and Android, but Python and Arduino versions are being currently developed. Otsopack could not be a reality without the support of the following projects: THOFU, TALIS+ENGINE, ACROSS and ISMED.
As part of the PIRAmIDE project, MoreLab members Aitor Almeida, Pablo Orduña and Eduardo Castillejo have developed the Imhotep Framework. Imhotep aims to ease the development of accessible and adaptable user interfaces. In order to do so, developers write code defining some preprocessor directives, taking into account both the user capabilities and the device characteristics. Then, applications can be uploaded to a repository. Finally, users will use an App Downloader to see the available applications and to download those applications compiled for them. The code is available under a Apache license.
El objetivo de esta guía es describir como unir los diferentes artículos enviados a una conferencia en un único documento con números de páginas y encabezados de página y/o pie de páginas. Este tutorial está basado en el tutorial de Gabriel Zachmann.
As part of the PIRAmIDE project, MoreLab members Pablo Orduña, Eduardo Castillejo and Aitor Almeida, as well as Treelogic and Servinform staff, contributed the support of Databar Expanded (RSS14 Expanded) to the Open Source ZXing project. This project is an open-source, multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library implemented in Java.