Some example applications.


GRACEland is an implementation of the graph and rule centered language GRACE, developed by researchers from Aachen, Berlin, Bremen and Leiden. The implementation was part of my diploma thesis and offers an integrated development suite for GRACE. GRACEland follows a new way in editing and executing programs by using a Virtual Reality user interface. The three dimensional interface offers new ways to organize graphs and graph rules. Position vertices as in reality and give them a useful geometry.


Solve complex tasks from distant sites with real and virtual components. Take advantage of a highly dynamic and reconfigurable setting for remote experimentation. SPScc offers a tool for remote experiments using a programmable logic controller (PLC). It can be easily integrated into a learning platform, e.g. Moodle and takes advantage of the media Internet.