The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), India, has unveiled three new softwares- Mercury Web interface – Prakriti Vichaya and Real Time Technology for atmospheric research. The Director-General of C-DAC, Mr S. Ramakrishnan, said that the Mercury Web interface has been designed to provide Web-based teleconsultation models that could function over the Internet. It can be interfaced through Web, Internet, intranet, or even wirelessly. The output obtained from the Real Time technology could be used for understanding the condition of the atmosphere over the region. On Prakriti Vichaya, he said that `prakriti’ plays an important role in the prevention, diagnostics, and treatment of diseases. The software is a solution for psychological constitution assessment and tissue quality assessment in ayurveda.