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Free LeafySeadragon Software Looking for Technical Users

by sm1    Dec 23, 2003, 1:32 PM

Free LeafySeadragon Software Looking for Technical Users to run a LeafySeadragon Cetacean-Human Network backbone,
including a dolphin simulator, so that people can use the network with their PC
or cellphone. A MIDP2 MIDlet is included.

LeafySeaDragon 0.4 Cetacean-Human Network and Leafy 0.7.5 API Released by »

and »

LeafySeadragon version 0.4 is an advanced prototype, 100% Java,
peer-to-peer sending simulated Cetacean sounds over the Internet
and playing them back on an ordinary PC.

With future versions of LeafySeadragon, people will be able use their PC
and hand-held devices including cellphones to interact with Cetaceans
anywhere in the world.

With LeafySeadragon, you can setup your own Cetacean interaction and
research system and take part in the continued development of the system.

The LeafySeaDragon system is designed to be used
for Cetacean research and for setting up a world-wide Internet-based
Cetacean two-way acoustics communication system
(human-to-cetacean and vice versa).

This version also includes a generic API, Leafy,
that can be used for any type of IP-socket-based distributed application.

Free download: group_id=28542
or »

We are looking for partners to host one or more backbone so that clients
can connect to them from their PC or mobile devices and interact with
a simulated dolphin.

We are also looking for a corporate sponsor for the upcoming live version 1.0
working with underwater sounds.

btw, donations can also be made at

Copyright 2003 Serge Masse. All rights reserved.

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