WAMI is a speech-enabled mobile web browser. With the WAMI Browser you can use your iPhone or second generation iPod Touch to talk to any website integrating MIT's speech recognition technology via the free WAMI toolkit.
Sikuli is a programming tool that allows for the automation of tasks through interaction with the graphical user interface. Through a combination of screenshots and simple commands, users can quickly write programs that would otherwise involve lengthy amounts of scripting.
LabelMe is a WEB-based image annotation tool that allows researchers to label images and share the annotations with the rest of the community. By collecting contributions from many users, we can build a large, high quality database for research on object recognition.