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UberGraphX / UberGraphX - Ubercalculator
« on: January 24, 2011, 05:44:12 am »
Let me introduce UberGraphX which is an attempt to build a open source graphing calculator that the community will be able collaborate on, one that's truly inspiring and prizm shattering. (Puns intended) In other words, this calculator runs Linux, has massive flash storage, WiFi enabled, a 1GHzMHz ARM Cortex A8 processor with a 16 million color touchscreen LCD display. O.O Complete specs can be found here:

I've been working on it and planning it out for a while, funding the project myself. My main impetus for this project is the desire for a calc that's incredibly way more "open" than anything else on the market and by open I mean:

1) Powerful hardware allows more flexibility in what programs can be created
2) Runs Linux, so you have a POSIX compliant operating system which makes it easy to port or create apps if you're familiar with programming on UNIX systems
3) All software packaged on Project Paradise will be open source
4) You can program in Java, Python, C, C++, Lua, BASIC, Assembly, etc.

This means you don't have to depend on any SDK or do any hacking (like Ndless) to get apps running on it, you have complete freedom to run whatever program you want on it.

Here's the current specs of the UberGraphX versus other models: here.

Here are some screenshots of an early prototype of the UberGraphX running with a GUI:

UberGraphX running a Java app and plotting some functions:

UberGraphX on the web:

UberGraphX's desktop (X11 - Angstrom):

You can read and check for the latest updates here on our main site:

April 17, 2011 - We're in the prototyping stages as of right now. Plastic prototypes for the casing should arrive back sometime in mid May. Hardware needs to go over one last check before it gets signed off.

News / Casio Prizm - Color graphic calculator
« on: October 08, 2010, 01:26:03 pm »
I haven't posted here in a long time, but I thought you guys might be interested:

Coming out in January 2011, it has a 216x384 65,536 color display and 16 MB of flash for apps. There's a video of it here:

You could see in the old classroom a TI-Nspire. Then while the old classroom is being transformed into a modern one, the TI-Nspire changes to a CASIO Prizm.

Introduce Yourself! / Salutations!
« on: September 08, 2008, 09:09:54 am »
I was looking around and reading the news, where I then accidentally clicked on Kevin Ouellet's Web Page link that appears under his name. To my great surprise, Omnimaga is back up! Yay! :)

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