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Artech-TI was a TI-Basic programming group for the TI-82 graphing calculator. They released a few notable programs and games.
- Notable programs/games (including screenshots)
- Notable tutorials/documents
- Asteroid — An arcade game. Shoot the asteroids before you are hit.
- Calculus Toolkit — This math program will integrate by the rectangular method or trapezoidal method. The number of rectangles or trapezoids can be chosen. The program will also do summations.
- Dayfinder — Ever wondered what day of the week your birthday will fall on in 2020?
- Enigma — The secret decoder ring
- Norm — When you're done with games, this program will set you up for graphing.
- Relative Time — This physics program will calculate the relative time for a person moving close to the speed of light. Useful on the highway :)
- Vector — This physics program will add vectors to find the resultant angle and magnitude. (theoretical limit: 99 vectors!)
- Y — A simple game requiring logic and skill. The goal is to make all three numbers equal.
- Z-Saver — Is it a screensaver? Is it useful at all?
- Joey O'Doherty — founder
- Jeremy Ames (Jdogg) — admin
- Joseph Vaughn — admin
- Ismail Said — admin
- Mike Owens — admin
- Stephen Hsu
- Andrew Beckert
- Jason Harris
- Brian Brinkley
- "Ben Dog"
- List of their important milestones (founding, important programs, etc.)
(Taken from Artech-Ti homepage)
ARTECH-Ti is an organization of students that program Texas Instruments calculators. We make and distribute a wide variety of programs for the Ti-82, the Ti-83, and the Ti-85. Not all of our programs are currently "net-ready" but more will be soon. If you have a particular piece of software that you would like to commission, please contact us.