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TI-Nspire / 2048 for nspire
« on: April 11, 2014, 05:36:15 pm »
Hello community! Long time no see!

This week I've been working on a 2048 game for the TI-nspire in Lua. For all whom don't know it it is a highly addicting game very easy to learn.

It is not finished yet, but I hope to have it done before easter!

Here's a sneak peak for you people!

Other Calculators / Notefolio & Windows 8.1
« on: October 28, 2013, 07:58:57 am »
Hey! Long time no see!

I having some trouble trying to run Notefolio creator on windows 8.1, has anybody made it? TI-Connect v4.0.0.218 is running and Notefolio Creator is also installed. However is can't run displaying a message box with "TI Connect is either un-installed or missing. Please re-install TI Connect and try again.".
I already reinstalled both but with no success, if you could help me it'd be very appreciated.

TI-Nspire / nspire serial console
« on: June 22, 2012, 05:05:26 pm »
As I don't have any experience programming on C to the nspire neither I have established the dev-setup to do so I am here to ask for someone to do a simple program (I think ???)...

A serial console capable of sending/receiving text through RS232.
It should be listening constantly for any input and have the capability to send messages also by writing the text to send on the bottom.
If UTF-8 complicates a lot more ASCII text is enough.
Esc/On to close the program.
On each start load the last session, so a cache file should be needed, but this is not mandatory.
Only the amount of text that can fit in the screen is enough: this spares a scrolling option, a big cache file and keeps it very lightweight.

It is to use with an arduino but I'll take care of that part.
I won't give anything but a big thank you to the one who makes this and the promise to show some great developments using these two great tools/toys/educational devices which are the nspire and the arduino!  ;D

If anyone wants a mockup to have a better idea of what I want, just ask for it  ;)

EDIT: I don't know if that matters but my nspire is a CAS touchpad...

Other / 1st steps on PICAXE dev
« on: December 26, 2011, 10:11:58 am »
Recently my curiosity on building electronic stuff has grown up so I bought a PICAXE 28X1 and a breadboard.

Previously I had bought a RS232 to USB adapter thinking on nspire modding or repairing, if needed.
So I am wanting to use and program it on the breadboard instead of having to buy their project board and usb cable...

The problem is that I am using the circuit I should but something is wrong and I don't know what.

Has anyone here already did this?

TI-Nspire / Thermodynamics Assistant for nspire
« on: November 18, 2011, 03:15:06 pm »
This is a project created by wyldckat (aka Bruno Santos) with the aim of creating an application for calculators to aid engineering students on the subject of thermodynamics.
It has got a project website hosted in google code and presently all the software and documentation is in Portuguese.
This is a link to the project website. (This site is in Portuguese but google translates it like a charm...)

This software displays the values ​​for the tables of thermodynamics properties of:
  • Water
  • Ammonia
  • Refrigerants 22 and 134a
  • Propane
  • Chemical formulas, molar masses and massic R constants to these plus some other substances
  • Specific heats for common gases (Air, N2, O2, CO2, CO, H2)

Currently this is in stable stage release for the 68k calculators and I am, in collaboration with wyldckat, creating a nspire version in Lua initially in English and thinking on multi-language support for future steps.

I created this topic to encourage debate about this, to get to know who will use this and for questions from me (on the developer side) and from all of you.
So... What do you think about this?

Introduce Yourself! / Here's a new coder in the family
« on: April 19, 2011, 05:08:34 pm »
Hey, I come in peace from portugal (the worst actual economy all over the world) to join this big family of calculator coders!
I've got a TI-83 (non plus :() and a TI-nspire touchpad, so I'm fluent in both TI-BASICs.
I'm also fluent in matlab, portuguese, qbasic and english.

My new match is the learning of Lua for the nspire to re-make my "Tic Tac Toe Reloaded" (I made in the 83) and to create a Mastermind-like game...


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