A tool that you can use for this purpose is f.lux. Just enter your location, and the lightning that you have. Then, at night (the time between sunset and sunrise), f.lux will give your screen warmer colours, and during day (between sunrise and sunset), f.lux will make your screen look like daylight.
It works good and is cross platform, but the disadvantage ...
redshift was designed to do that, in the background, and even doing a transition while the sun is not yet fully gone:
redshift – Adjusts the color temperature of your screen
The color temperature is set according to the position of the sun. A different color temperature is set during night and daytime. During twilight and early morning, the color ...
As far as I know, F.lux is recommended largely to filter blue light emitted from computer screen. It can make your computer color automatically changed by the time of day. At the same time, you can search other blue light filter app for your smartphone or Windows computer.
There is a nice article to introduce top free blue light blocking apps to improve ...
It hasn't been updated in a while, and dosen't work with aero(and I suspect dwm composited desktops in general, so it won't work with 8), but that sounds a lot like zonescreen. Another alternative may be maxivista.
I do note neither of these lets you use a linux system as a host, though I suspect that you may be able to jerryrig one with clever abuse of X.
You could use RealVNC, using the same computer as both the host and the client, specifying in the options to mirror only the projector's display. Assuming you're using Windows, look for the DisplayDevice parameter under VNC server properties
Open VNC Server Options
Navigate to the Expert tab
The display syntax is as below:
It is possible that some monitors may implement HDMI control of which input is selected and that could be triggered from software via the CEC, part of the HDMI standard, command set - often called something different in each vendors documentation - this does have a couple of issues:
Not all vendors implement it all properly
Once you switch to VGA your ...
Finally I found NegativeScreen
✓ turns the whole screen to greyscale
✓ supports multiple monitors
✓ is independent of the target application
✓ allows continuing working in the target application
✓ allows custom definition of shortcut
✓ is free (GPL license)
✓ works on Windows 7
✗ works on Windows XP
✓ is independend of the graphics driver
I created the ...
I found out that the current Catalyst Control Center has a function to switch between monitor configurations quickly through the Tray Menu. Works pretty well for me, but obviously this solution is limited to graphic cards from ATI.
Visolve Toolbar claims:
Visolve is the software that transforms colors of the computer display into the discriminable colors for various people including people with color vision deficiency, commonly called color blindness. In addition to distinguishing colors and finding a specific color, it aims to help people with color blindness:
- to guess a ...
Open Broadcaster Software
As you can see on the image below you can create scenes and from the many available sources you can add one or more monitor/desktop to this scene so you can observe even multiple monitors through the program, or place this scene on full-screen on another monitor. The cursor is displayed too. For this and the reasons below, this is ...
You can try IP WebCam
Create a hotspot from the "camera" phone.
Join the hotspot on the "viewer" phone.
Open the app on IPWebcam on the camera phone.
Open a browser and connect to the address indicated on the IP webcam
And now you can view the video link.
You also can try Airdroid.
Works in a similar way, but Airdroid is less cut out for this kinda ...
Every antivirus I've used so far has flagged every patcher as a virus. They're known to change how systems work. I'd say its just a false positive as long as you've downloaded it from a good site.
I've used UXpatcher without any issues in the past. You just have to disable your antivirus while its installing, after that you can reenable.
As for download ...
Consumer laptops only have a video out port, never video in. However their is a software synergy that you can use to share the same keyboard and mouse but it can not make them as a one big screen. So the short answer is no it won't work.
One approach could be installing VNC server+client packages on all 3 machines (like RealVNC or TightVNC) which would allow you to remotely access one from another.
Then play with the configurations to see which one matches your usage better (i.e. which machine should be driving the actual hw and access the other 2 machines via VNC). I'd start with the mac ...
I can suggest the application Battery Bar and why Im suggesting is that this software provides an option to install the floating widget which I think that it matches your requirement
You can download the free version or BatteryBar Pro version which
costs only $8 for a lifetime license.
Some screenshots provided here with my answer to take your decision ...
You can use DisplayFusion (non-free, works with Windows 7) to mirror the taskbar, and it will mirror the 'start' menu as well as the notification area, but it doesn't have the option to mirror the icons.
FYI DisplayFusion contains a few minor issues, and DisplayFusion can be used along with UltraMon (that's what I do to take the most of each one).
LeDimmer is an app that lets you dim the area surrounding the active window on you screen.
Very light weight ( 80 KB )
Use very little RAM ( 732 KB )
Instantly dims the surrounding environment when open
Runs in the background and hides in system try
It will automatically brighten and dim windows as the active window
It works alongside F....
There are numerous APIs. Some of them are completely free. Refer these :
TightVNC is a cross-platform free and open-source remote desktop software application that uses and extends VNC's RFB protocol to control another computer's screen remotely.
EchoVNC is an opensource remote desktop tool with support for VNC, Remote ...
This is technically incomplete answer at the moment but it might give you a clue:
AutoHotKey macros can handle EVENT_SYSTEM_MOVESIZEEND event produced by other windows after their moving/sizing finished. This should give you access to current data of the window so you can log it. More information is here. This might need more R&D to create the macro, ...