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|ani3d92p.zip||10k||02-04-15||3D Function Animator|
This program allows the user to graph a function in 3D (axes on/off/box, labels on/off, etc. set up BEFOREhand), and then animate it through one full revolution around the X, Y, or Z axis. It stores 60 pictures of the graph as it rotates, then animates them continuously in sequence. The rotating animation can be increased or decreased in speed, stopped, or reversed in direction. It is also possible to take a screenshot of the current animation frame and save it as a separate picture.
|art.zip||8k||04-03-03||Point Art Maker|
These programs, for the TI-73 -- V200, graphically show many random patterns.
A collection of all 255 TI-89 characters in the built-in large font (in picture format and). Use them any way you like. To get these, I wrote a program (using Flib) that drew each character on a blank screen, found the pixels that were turned on, and used the "mkpic" function to create pictures. The pictures are named 'char1' through 'char255'. The screen shot says 'dinner' because that's what I was hungry for at the moment I made it...
This is a very confusing program... even I'm not sure how it works. It's based off of the exec statements that can clear or fill the entire screen. Try it, you might find some use for it.
|bizarre.zip||2k||02-04-15||Bizarre Screen Saver|
Plain and simple, a screen saver that draws random shapes of random dimensions at random locations on the graph screen.
|blowup.zip||11k||02-04-15||Blow Up Image|
Read the README for a complete description.
|box.zip||1k||02-04-15||Box and PixelBox |
Programs which draw boxes on the graph screen, using two different methods. Read the readme for a more detailed description.
Program generates and plots "ornamental" curves in the hypocycloid and epicycloid family
Logiciel de modelisation 3D
|get2dcor.zip||3k||06-04-22||3D Coordinates Converter|
This BASIC function converts 3D coordinates to 2D coordinates to be displayed on the screen, depending on the view angles. It doesn't render perspective. It is a kind of slow 3D motor, but you can see its formulas.
GraphX v2.0 is a graphics editor and animation tool. It has an array of image editing features, and the ability to save and load both images and animations, and will run any loaded animation in-program.
|heart.zip||1k||02-06-13||Cupid's Heart V.2.0|
Draws a heart with an arrow piercing it and a line of text (calling argument) in the middle
|ico92p.zip||246k||02-09-30||Icon Editor v2.0|
This program allows you to create icons that can be used in menus created with the TOOLBAR function in TI-BASIC-written programs (an example is given in the ZIP). / Ce programme permet de créer des icônes utilisables dans des menus créés avec l'instruction TOOLBAR dans des programmes écrits en TI-BASIC (un exemple est fourni dans le ZIP).
A bunch of cool pictures from God-only-knows-where... Use them as backgrounds, sprites, WHATEVER! Just use them, love them, revere them as gods!
|invert89.zip||1k||03-05-18||Graph Screen Inverter |
This package of program, for all TI's, efficiently inverses the screen. Inversing turns black to white and white to black.
This program has many features that the Draw menu doesn't. Inversing, Undo, Prompts for every function, AIP system (Almost Idiot Proof), and much more. You can save and load from 9 pictures. Zooming not yet implemented, but it can be done. Change the window settings using Image Studio (another of it's features) and you have a choice of zooming in or out, but it doesn't zoom the picture. Please email any comments to me or send a postcard to: William White 1018 N Maple St. Apt C Murfreesboro, TN, USA 37129
This is a very artistic program, made for the TI-73, and TI-82 -- V200. It creates designs using variations of the Sierpinski Triangle.
Four animated kites on two different backgrounds. So you can fly your kite even on those not so windy days!
|liss.zip||1k||02-07-26||Lissajou's Curves V.1.1|
Draws Lissajou's curves - this curves are often seen on oscilloscope displays
This is a set of programs which will draw various map tiles, which could be used for role playing games or basically anything with a graphical map.
Draw Pictures to your TI MENU's
These programs draw musical notes on the graph screen. The 'song' program draws a random 'song' ... assuming of course that these programs are in a folder named 'music'.
|pic2prgm.zip||6k||03-11-19||Picture 2 Program (89,92+,V200)|
This simple TI-Basic app takes whatever's on the graph screen and converts it to a string of TI-Basic code. It takes a long time since it converts using a horizontal line routine and a vertical line routine, then compares for the smaller result. Once this is found a rough size estimate (untokenized) is given and the program exits. Also included is a pixel on/off counter which simply tells how many pixels are on and off. Take note, neither has a practical use yet but both have potential.
Now you can Rotate anything shown on the Graph-Screen! it's a little bit slow, but i works!
Saves and Restores pictures into/from a Matrix
|pixelart89.zip||3k||03-05-18||Pixel Art Maker|
This package of programs for all TI's draws neat desings. There's a program for every TI included.
|polygon.zip||1k||02-08-09||Polygon Rendering and Rotation|
You enter in a number, and the program will draw a polygon of that many sides, which you can then rotate with the left and right cursor keys. Syntax: polygon(a), enjoy :)
Get the PIXEL-Position of the Graph-Screen (by navigating a point on the screen)
|ti_picframe.zip||2k||03-06-02||Picture Frame Maker|
This program sets a frame around the graph screen. You can choose the width from a range. It can make your pictures have a better appeal. This'll soon be a funtion of Lib68k. It's made for all TI's except the 80 and 81, though possible.
|triangle.zip||5k||03-07-17||TI Triangle Drawer|
Made for every TI, this draws a full screen triangle on the graph.
|truegrid86.zip||5k||03-06-19||True Grid Drawer|
This program is useless... Made for the every TI.
|tunnel89.zip||7k||03-05-31||TI Tunnel Drawer|
This works like a function on the 89-V200. On the 73-86 you simply input a number, and a tunnel of that depth will be drawn. On the 89-V200 the format looks like this: 'tunnel(x)' where x is the depth you want. This has been made for ALL TI's
|victory.zip||20k||04-07-11||Family Guy - Stewey "Victory Shall Be Mine!"|
This is a basic greyscale test, of no real use to me or anybody else. It's funny though :-)
|walk_man.zip||1k||00-05-07||Walking Man v-1|
This is a man that walks an inch on the bottom of the screen. This program will be updated by the end of today.
|wolfram.zip||9k||02-07-11||A Tribute to Stephen Wolfram|
This is an example I made of cellular automata, after reading an article on Stephen Wolfram in the Times