|(Parent Dir)||folder|| ||Up to Voyage 200 BASIC Files|
|art.zip||8k||04-03-03||Point Art Maker|
These programs, for the TI-73 -- V200, graphically show many random patterns.
Given a matrix [im] comprised of ones and zeros representing a binary image, immom([m],r,c) outputs the matrix [m] of (i,j)-th order moments. imhu([m]) outputs the centroid row (row_c), the centroid column (col_c), the central moment matrix [mu], the normalized central moment matrix [nu], the principal angle (phi), and the 1st- and 2nd-order Hu's moment invariants [H].
|bluelcd.zip||5k||04-12-14||Blue Lcd 200 (safe version!)|
Remember the program Bluelcd for the ti-83 plus, and its tendancy to ruin calcs? I wanted to make a safe blue screen program, so I used Flib to make the contrast high enough that it turns dark blue! This is a SAFE PROGRAM!!!
|cool.zip||1k||04-06-11||SUPER COOL GRAPHICS! 1800 DIFFERENT DEMOS|
This program is the ultamate graphics demo. It has 1800 combinations each with a different patern, and it is all in 1 tiny 200 byte program!
|design.zip||1k||05-09-13||Very cool designs!!!|
This program has 8 very cool designs based on 3d rotation formulas and sign waves, all connected with lines to produce stunning effects.
just a simple fractal program. look at the screenshots.
Get2DCor is a function that helps you convert your 3D coordinates into 2D screen coordinates (to render 3D scenes) using parallel projection.
This lets you see gravity in action. The routine is gold for anybody making a game that might use gravity. The code works on the 89, 92, 92+, and V200 without any changes.
|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.
Inverse your home screen
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!
|pi3.zip||1k||05-09-13||Super Fast Pi Calculator! 12 digits in only 3 seconds!|
PI!!!! Everybody loves pi! at least I do. But if you do also, then you will like this program. Just by inputing the radius of the circle, through advanced formulas based on many variations of the pythagerian therom, this program will calculate the area of the circle and the value of pi! from scratch! and it does it in about 3 seconds! it calculates it out to about 12 digits.
|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.
|sprite.zip||1k||04-08-24||20*20 TRUE GRAYSCALE SPRITE EDITOR (uses flib)|
This program lets you create your own 20*20 true grayscale sprite! includes a sample sprite of the TI logo.
|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.
|toolbar.zip||221k||04-11-07||ToolBar Icons + v16.1|
This usefull to programing with Ti-89, Ti-92+ and Voyage 200 ex.: ToolBar Title calc ..... Title link.... EndTBar (Includes icons, and English and Portuguese documentation). This library contains 134 icons.
|triangle.zip||5k||03-07-17||TI Triangle Drawer|
Made for every TI, this draws a full screen triangle on the graph.
|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