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Computer Projects and Ideas / Stoichiometry Solver
« on: January 18, 2016, 10:49:09 pm »
My latest project
This is a stoichiometry solver I made for chemistry class and is the result of this whole three day weekend's work
Please leave any bug reports if any are found
What is stoichiometry?

TI Z80 / Star Wars Crawl TI-84+
« on: December 03, 2015, 10:42:20 pm »
Using thepenguin77's FourVid, I have converted the Star Wars crawl to a *barely* readable version for the monochrome TI-84+ series.

Computer Projects and Ideas / [School project] Stress-o-matic
« on: October 19, 2015, 06:43:21 pm »
Here's another request for people to check my work for school.
This is a video game (More of an interactive fiction) I made for health class explaining stress and how to deal with it.
The beginning survey is completely confidential or you can use random numbers if you want.

Math and Science / Math Team
« on: April 10, 2015, 05:51:48 pm »
It's that time of year for math team state competitions! Anyone involved in their own math teams at their school, or done well in the past?
[shameless plug]Lyons Township FTW![/shameless plug]

Music Showcase / ordelore's Canon in D
« on: January 29, 2015, 05:28:42 pm »
An old music thingy from 7th grade I just discovered yesterday. Not exactly classical but the same style.

Computer Projects and Ideas / [BETA] Paintball
« on: December 11, 2014, 06:29:17 pm »
My VB.NET final project for my class at school is Paintball. Please download, run, and tell me about bugs in the program. Everything should be self-explanatory.
0.1> First release
0.2> Added reset button

TI-Nspire / how to reflash TI Nspire CX boot2
« on: December 08, 2014, 04:37:59 pm »
My TTL adapter just came, so i was wondering: where can I get a tutorial on how to go about reflashing my Boot2. My CX is a model D.

Other Calculators / Who wants an Nspire CX?
« on: July 14, 2014, 06:17:12 pm »
1) If this is in the wrong place, then admins, move it.
2) The Nspire currently does not finish booting and hangs on loading.
3) If you get it to work, then there won't be a guarantee that everything will work on it. Crafti crashed upon launch before it broke.
4) I reserve the right to refuse an offer from anyone.
Who wants it?  ^-^

TI Z80 / [Axe] Towers (or some other name)
« on: May 14, 2014, 05:00:42 pm »
Those of you who frequent IRC may have seen me talking about a game I've been cooking up. I'm looking at you, pimath  >:D . Anyway, I'm here to announce the first version of this game. Screenshot available below. It's a variation of the classic sliding tile game. I hope I can get more into this. Download here:

General Calculator Help / Problems with Nspire and nLaunch
« on: April 22, 2014, 05:32:39 pm »
My Nspire has been recently nLaunched. First, it seemed okay, but it became evident that something else happened. Crafti crashed on me whenever I tried running it when it had opened successfully on 3.6. Also, files will randomly not be sent to my Nspire. and I can't send a 'normal' OS. The Nspire Link software says that it is sending the OS, but nothing happens calc-side.

TI-Nspire / nCLI
« on: April 18, 2014, 05:26:18 pm »
I decided to make my first step into the world of Nspire C by making my own Command Line Interface. Currently, the source is suffering from bugs, but when the bugs are fixed, it'll server as a nice base for a terminal. The source is available on my Github.

Other Calculators / Three Coffee Shops
« on: April 12, 2014, 11:50:05 am »
There were once 3 coffee shops, and all of them had a diverse range of customers and tastes.

The first coffee shop had a very mature set of customers. Sometimes someone would intrude rudely and would be escorted out. This coffee shop also had a customer who had invented a cup that made drinking coffee simply amazing. Most people here upgraded from their smaller cups to drink the coffee offered here. Some people still used the smaller coffee cups because they were used to it. The man who invented the larger coffee cups also had a vendetta against the type of coffee cups offered by the maker of the coffee beans. These cups only allowed you to use the coffee brewed by the maker of the cups. After some time, the coffee bean maker relented and offered you to use another type of coffee.

The second shop had more of a party atmosphere. Anyone could say what their opinions were as long as they were kind and courteous. The creator of this coffee shop created many great blends of coffee with a very weak coffee mixture made by the creator of the coffee beans. Most people used the smaller coffee cups because they had a limit to how much coffee they were allowed to drink. This coffee shop also created an attachment that allowed a coffee cup to create amazing tasting coffee from a blend of coffee similar to the coffee made by the coffee bean creator. A similarity between this coffee shop and the first is that they also had a strong following of people who preferred another blend of coffee that is vastly superior to the other blend but wasn’t as widely used due to an original monopoly.
The third coffee shop was mostly French speaking. They did have some English speakers also. This shop managed to do their best to make coffee as open as possible. They managed to make the weakest brands of coffee into coffee that could do nearly everything. When the coffee making companies tried to stop these new developments, this coffee shop would always be one of the first to fix the problems.

TI Z80 / Wacky Fun Random Numbar Generator v1.00000070
« on: March 27, 2014, 09:36:16 am »
DOOOOOD THIS PROGRAM IS THE GREATEST [email protected]@K MUST DOWNLOAD!!! A-1 SUPER!! YESSSSS! NAO WITH COLURZ! :w00t: :thumbsup: :angel: :crazy:

Miscellaneous / Calc Wars
« on: March 22, 2014, 06:24:20 pm »
[Crossposted from Cemetech]
Well, I started this little project on cemetech and I think it is only fair to also post it here. Calcc Wars is a personal project of mine to spoof Star Wars and turn it into a movie with TI, Casio, and HP calculators. The Nspires are pure evil though. The preview is here: I need help on deciding what sort of 3D animation software to use. My one sticking point is that the sotware must be 1) Free and 2) Not Blender.

Computer Usage and Setup Help / Raspberry Pi Lapdock setup [TUTORIAL]
« on: March 15, 2014, 12:49:39 pm »
Recently, I ave done everything I could to turn my Raspberry Pi Model B into a laptop. After searching through several tutorials, I never could get what they wanted, plus, I was using NOOBS for my OS loader and that doesn't work well with the lapdock. Thanks to my own perserverance and plain stubborness, I have figured out how to get the Pi to work.
Parts list:
Motorola Lapdock (I used the 100 model but I can assume any type will work)
Micro HDMI female to Micro HDMI female adapter
Micro HDMI male to HDMI male
Micro USB female to USB Male
USB Female to USB Male
Raspberry Pi ( I used a model B Rev 2 which means it can be powered by USB)
An SD card with NOOBS installed

1) Connect all the cables to together.
2) Locate the reset button on the bottom. It is a small paper-clip hole. Press that button for ~5 seconds and also press down the power button on the Lapdock.
3) Press and hold the power button on the Lapdock.
4) Screen should turn on and show the gradient for NOOBS.
5) From there install the OSes if necessary.
6) Plug in an external power source to the micro USB slot in the Pi to ride through the loss of power.
7) When the OS is selected, the HDMI will turn off and so will the Lapdock's HDMI.
8) Repeat steps 2 and 3.
9) Screen shoould pop up with your OS of choice.

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