Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, software in computer example like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope. It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.
A shooting star flashes past the Jupiter. You can select different intensities in the View window. Press N to bring up the nebula labels. The dance of the planets above ESO headquarters, near Munich. Full sky view of the constellations, their boundaries, the Milky Way. Click on the picture to the left for details. 3D graphics card which supports OpenGL 3.
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The latest development snapshot of Stellarium is kept on github. If you want to compile development versions of Stellarium, this is the place to get the source code. IRC channel on the freenode IRC network. Use your favorite IRC client to connect to chat. Stellarium is produced by the efforts of the developer team, with the help and support of the following people and organisations .
The program is designed for controlling lights and other electronics by DMX512. Visualization is based on data acquired from music in real time. The system is focused on creating such visualization that corresponds with music produced with no need of human intervention. Simple program using full 512 DMX channels. It functions as a blend between two scenes with the automatic blending of scenes function. Universal program allowing for PC control directly through the DMX512 protocol. A simulation of keyboard is being used, whereby a keyboard sequence and program can be assigned to any channel for which it is designed.
This program runs also under Windows 98. Instructions are part of the installation. Simulation of a real lighting Masterpiece desk. This program does not need installation. This program is very simple to use. It is basically only a blend between two scenes.