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Re: Upcoming TI-89 Graphics Programs
dabud15 Account Info

I have both an 83+ and an 89Titanium. I really like the program Rigview for the 83+, which allows me to view any photograph I want on the calculator. I was wondering if there existed such a program for the TI-89, TI-92, or TI-89Titanium. If so, then what is the name of it and where can I get it?

Thanks in advance,

     29 April 2005, 03:14 GMT

BASIC Mesh3d
Roberto  Account Info
(Web Page)

Hi all!

I have just completed a BASIC program that will take three functions
and evaluate them in three arrays for many (s,t) points. Another BASIC program will plot a mesh with these x,y,z arrays from any point of view.

So far I have plotted a "torus," which I would attach but I don't own the TI-link. The BASIC programs I don't have handy, but I will type them for you as soon as posible.

     17 August 1999, 00:08 GMT

Saving Private Ryan
ryan ruert  Account Info
(Web Page)

We are soon going to be making a LONG movie clip of Saving Private Ryan, when they are trying to take the beach head. It will be taken directly from the movie, formatted to run on the 89, and downsized to 1/3 of the screen(for memory reasons). I have already done this and it looks excellent! But I want to make it better, maybe with sound or even captions, so you know whats going on. Visit our site and click on TI-83 programs.

     22 April 2000, 17:53 GMT

Travis Sinclair  Account Info

Pretty amazing, only one comment a year...oh well, in hopes that someone will actually read this. I have already released a drawing program named CHdraw V 1.0. This is a fairly advanced graphics editor written in BASIC. I have version 1.7x ready to go, and it includes many bug fixes (all minor), a better user interface, more options, and best of all, a little bit of a speed increase. If you have tried CHdraw v 1.0, then you probably know that it is one of, if not the, fastest drawing program out there. Also in the works, actually it's done, just not released yet, is a program named pictools. This is a very handy program (I'm actually quite impressed by it) that will let you flip, rotate, shrink, and expand partial or full pictures relatively quickly. This can be used as a stand alone, or as somewhat of a 'plugin' to CHdraw. Well, look for these programs on ticalc.org probably sometime before August 2001. Oh, and if you have any comments or suggestions, or want a pre-release version, just send me an e-mail.

     6 June 2001, 09:04 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-89 Graphics Programs
Jonathan Blair  Account Info

I have recently come to a concluding version of a "screen saver" for the 89 based on the opening downfalls of characters in "The Matrix." I was wondering if there is anyone out there who would be remotely interested in it. Unfortunately, it's somewhat large, but runs about as fast as fast as 89-basic will. It can also be a help to anyone interested in keeping track of multiple random functions. If you are interested, please e-mail me and I will get back as soon as possible.

     1 November 2001, 04:16 GMT

Picture Compressor v1.0
Eric Pasch  Account Info

I just wanted to take a poll to see what everyone thought of this program I have made. It simply takes a picture, and stores it as a string. It can be up to 50% smaller than a normal picture. It takes about five minutes to compress it, and another five minutes to decompress it. It is written in BASIC and is primarily meant to be used to archive pictures. (Although it is up to you how you use it). Just reply to this message, and let me know what you think. Also let me know If you have any suggestions... Thanks!

     15 January 2003, 23:33 GMT

W Hibdon  Account Info

I use tigcc, as most of you probally do, to program. However, I am not that expirenced with the graphics part of programming with C. I know only how to use the sprite functions. I would really appericiate it if someone out there could help me get a grasp on the other ways to use graphics in C.

-Thanks W-

     12 October 2003, 23:53 GMT

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