What is the best completed project of September 2019?
HD picture viewer [C] [ICE] [TI-84 Plus CE]
 64%  [ 9 ]
SC3 Userscripts
 21%  [ 3 ]
TI-Craft CE
 14%  [ 2 ]
Total Votes : 14

Even with CC23 in full swing, September 2019 saw plenty of progress on a wide array of projects. Be sure to check out the threads and show your support!

  • 3D Physics engine from scratch: lennartVH01 and olympus223 have begun work on a stunning physics engine in C++. The two have already completed a large portion of the physics and graphics, with the current build available on their GitHub repo. Though not explicitly designed for calculators, this project is quite an accomplishment already, so do check it out.

  • Building a Digital Clock on a Breadboard: commandblockguy has begun work on a designing and building a digital clock on a breadboard. He's developed a basic schematic and parts list, notably ditching a microprocessor for hardware computation. This project is only just beginning, so do check it out and show your support.

  • Grammer 2- The App: Xeda112358 has released a major update to Grammer 2, implementing many changes regarding float calculation, memory footprints, and graphical elements. Development of the language continues, so do consider utilizing Grammer 2 for your next grayscale calculator project.

  • HD picture viewer [C] [ICE] [TI-84 Plus CE]: TheLastMillennial's program for viewing pictures on TI-84+CE in their full resolution glory is finally complete! The program was written using C, C#, and ICE, and provides a clean picture viewer for the calculator. Download it for yourself from the GitHub repo and give it a try.

  • Latest News on TI-Trek: ACagliano has made a lot of behind-the-scenes changes and improvements to TI-Trek, streamlining UI elements, rendering, and some other minor details. The project is already a massive undertaking, with ongoing development and impressive results. Check it out and show your support.

  • SC3 Userscripts: _iPhoenix_ has released a rather handy script which improves the UI and functionalities of SourceCoder 3, including automatic code formatting, fullscreen viewing, local saves, and additional import/export capabilities; why I'm even using it right now! Do it give it a try for your next SC3 project.

  • System/I MICRON Progress Thread: tergav17 has begun work on his own operating system that can run on the z80, ez80, and plenty of other 8-bit and 16-bit chips. The kernel and cross-compiler already complete, with significant progress on the remainder of the system. Creating an OS from scratch is an astounding undertaking, so do check it out and show your support.

  • Terminal CE: commandblockguy has begun work on a VT100 terminal emulator, which connects to a computer to allow the user to input and read output from terminal commands on a TI-84+CE. The current release is already quite polished, with color support and a clean text font. Check out the GitHub repo to download the emulator and try it out.

  • TI-Craft CE: Coding Enthusiast has released his 2D Minecraft clone for the TI-84+CE (and CSE, though it's a bit slow), featuring an impressive block palette, world size, and user interface. This is Coding Enthusiast's first project to appear in the Cemetech Archives, so do try it out for yourself and show your support.

  • TLoZ: 8-Bit Echoes (TI-84+ CE/CSE) (in development): Coding Enthusiast has begun work on his Legend of Zelda fangame for the color calculators, with the menu design and tilemaps nearing completion. His project utilizes as an astounding amount of BASIC given it's graphical complexity and polish, and progress remains steady. Do check it out and show your support.
  
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