The following software was developed in our lab and is publicly available.

  • Animated algorithms, a semester project done by Marcelo Fernandez. This provides animated versions of some of the algorithms covered in the algorithmique course;
  • Xcast, a podcast client and rss aggregator for Mac OS X written by Zeno.
  • Raptor Live TV client. A Raptor protected Live TV viewer that was made available to people working at EPFL for watching the European Footbal Cup. You can see it working in final part of this movie
  • Raptor TV Proxy. An rtsp proxy using raptor code for protecting the video stream against packet loss.
  • Raptor Image Demo. A didactic program for experimenting with file delivery to multiple clients without feedback. A tiled image represent the file being transmitted and every tile of the image an internet packet. The user can simulate random losses and compare between 3 different FEC codes (carousel, Reed-Solomon, and Raptor). Have a look to this screencast for more details.
  • Raptor FTP Proxy Demo. A demostrative program where the user can compare the speed of HTTP (TCP) versus our own FTP protocol based on Raptor FEC for file transfer over the internet. See a screencast here.
  • Slideshot is a system for publishing seminars and lectures on-line.