View Full Version : PTI The TI Graphing emulator...
07-04-2003, 11:06 PM
...which doesn't exist. I just thought that I should bring up the idea here for someone. I think that emulating just one calculator (I'd suggest 83+ or 89). One uses a z80 at 8MHz and the other uses a 68000 cpu at 10MHz so speed shouldn't be a problem.
Sooo, any idea how feasible this would be?
07-04-2003, 11:16 PM
And I got all excited too! Shame!
07-05-2003, 12:13 AM
I would love to see a TI calc emulator. I spent many, many hours sitting in math class writing apps for the TI-86. Would love to be able to bring back those memories.
07-05-2003, 01:27 PM
How about the powerOne graphing calculator ?
Free to try, $50 to buy.
Not an exact emulation, but has many of the common features
Not to be confused with the more basic 'powerOne' calculator that comes free on the CLIE CD
07-08-2003, 12:09 AM
I use Power48 but after using a TI for so long, HP calcs are very confusing. If I had any coding skill at all I'd work on this. Glad some other people want it too.
07-08-2003, 12:12 AM
I'd love to see an emu too... My good ol' Ti-89 (my second Ti graph, the first was the Ti-85) was my first PDA, before I switched to the Palm IIIx. So many good programs were out for them. including txt readers, datebooks, and games, games, games....
07-08-2003, 12:18 AM
Well, Power48 is great, since it also emulates the HP49G, wich you can use in algebraic mode. IMHO, there's no better calculator than the HP49... it has everything you would possibly need, and there's a lot of free software for it. check out www.hpcalc.org
07-08-2003, 08:07 AM
Heh to each their own... the Ti-89 had a great equation solver, that could show you all steps, or solve equations for x, and write out solutions. Came in rather handy, I do say.
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