Broaden your selection: Category/Graphics
- Bagelview is an image viewer written in C and released under the GNU GPL version 3 or later. It uses the freeglut library to display images. The viewer supports images in the portable pixmap format (PPM), the portable graymap format (PGM) and portable bitmap format (PBM). Both the RAW and ASCII variations of each format are supported.
- Cheese uses your webcam to take photos and videos, applies fancy special effects and lets you share the fun with others. It was written as part of Google's 2007 Summer of Code lead by daniel g. siegel and mentored by RaphaÃÂ«l Slinckx. Under the hood, Cheese uses GStreamer to apply fancy effects to photos and videos. With Cheese it is easy to take photos of you, your friends, pets or whatever you want and share them with others.
- digiKam is an advanced digital photo management application for KDE, which makes importing and organizing digital photos a "snap". The photos can be organized in albums which can be sorted chronologically, by directory layout or by custom collections.
- Eyes Of Lynx
- Eyes Of Lynx is an application for examining your images on the Web. It's designed to be fast, intuitive, and very powerful. Its key features include an original and innovative interface, zoom and rotation tools, auto-rotation of photos when an orientation is provided in EXIF data (information stored by digital cameras), a cache of images in a smaller/intermediate size to increase display and loading speeds, thumbnail image navigation, and more.
- F-Spot supports 16 common files types, including JPEG, GIF, TIFF, RAW, and others. Import your photos from your hard drive, camera (including PTP type).Photos can be tagged for searching and grouping, and the timeline gives quick sense of temporal location, and quanity of photos taken. F-Spot can view and export EXIF and XMP metadata in your images. Other features include fullscreen and slideshow modes. F-Spot has photo editing and color management capabilities as well.
- FotoFix is a very simple image viewer mostly for managing freshly downloaded photos from your camera. It can walk through image lists, rotate images, and remove red eyes (with some luck). It was inspired by IrfanView for Windows. It requires the Prima and IPA libraries.
- galleryforge takes the supplied directory and scans all sub directories for image files. Where an image is found, the image is resized to the maximum allowed size and a thumbnail is created. For each of these directories galleryforge creates album pages (displaying thumbnails) and image pages (displaying full sized images).
- Gimmage is a simple image viewer that aims to have a minimalist interface and tries to be keyboard operable for browsing through a large number of images quickly. It is appropriate for command line usage as it accepts directories and image filenames as arguments. It has an in-application file browser that allows users to select and drag images and directories into the image viewing area in order to have them displayed.
- Gnickr allows you to manage photos on your Flickr site as if they were local files on your Gnome desktop. It does this by creating a Flickr virtual filesystem.
- GNU Health is a program designed for hospitals, offering the following funtionality:
- Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
- Hospital Information System (HIS)
- Health Information System
It has a strong focus on family medicine and primary care, along with socio-economic circumstances. It uses the following disease and medical procedure standards: (ICD-10 / ICD-10-PCS). There are facilities to aid in choosing medicines; prescription writing; patient, hospital finacial, and lab administration tools; a database of 4,200 disease-related genes; epidemiological reporting; and much more.
GNU Health is part of GNU Solidario, an NGO offering health and education to the underpriveledged through free software: http://www.gnusolidario.org/
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