This tool records screenshots. It provides numerous functions and, according to the manufacturer, is easy to integrate into GNOME and Xfce desktops. It can either capture the entire screen, a square section, an individual window, individual areas in a window, or an entire web site.
Creates 3D models on a base grid with more than 30 shapes and different colours. Rotates the desktop in the three-dimensional space and saves the models after login. All saved models are published on the web and are subject to the Creative Commons licence; to create private objects you need Premium Access, for which there is a charge.
Use this SQL-based photo gallery tool to upload, view, evaluate and filter images to give others an overview so they can select which photos they want. It provides comparison and slideshow views, as well as a range of evaluation and marking functions for filtering out unwanted photos.
Software stereoscope which provides a stereoscopic view of stereo image pairs of any size in a simple and natural way. Offers (among others) a very quick zoom (e.g. using the mouse wheel) without losing the stereoscopic vision. The developer recommends getting enough sleep between Stereopteryx sessions.
Provides tools for improving digital photos. Handles factors such as noise suppression, contrast and brightness correction, removes unwanted objects from sets of photos, and corrects colour fringes. Under Linux you can use WINE to run the Windows version, which you can download here.
Easy-to-use tool for printing photos. Simply drag and drop them into the program window so you can add a title or edit them. The program then prints your photos exactly as you positioned them in the window. Can also save the page as a PDF file. Fast and secure download from The H
This tool generates horizontal and vertical cross-sections of 3D models whose outlines are then split among standard format squares to save space. In addition to the limited web service, a Mac OS X version is available.