http://youtu.be/mrvyAr6Z4XQ

Hey guys,

Wanted to show you my case mod. After Mathematica was released for the raspberry pi I was deterined to get a portable pocket calculator running with a pi inside. I managed to achive this, and I can't rememeber the exact cost. But for about $80 I made a calculator that destroys every other pocket calculator on the market. I used to own a TI Nspire CAS, so I'm using that as my benchmark for the best pocket calculator. That is a purpose built machine, so its input and large screen is supierior for sure, certianly handles plots better. But the version of Mathematica on the pi is really not watered down much at all. It runs very slow in comparison to the desktop version, but when compared to other pocket calculators it screams. Please let me know if you have any questions. I hope you enjoy. I had a lot of fun making it.

piCaso

Hey guys,

Wanted to show you my case mod. After Mathematica was released for the raspberry pi I was deterined to get a portable pocket calculator running with a pi inside. I managed to achive this, and I can't rememeber the exact cost. But for about $80 I made a calculator that destroys every other pocket calculator on the market. I used to own a TI Nspire CAS, so I'm using that as my benchmark for the best pocket calculator. That is a purpose built machine, so its input and large screen is supierior for sure, certianly handles plots better. But the version of Mathematica on the pi is really not watered down much at all. It runs very slow in comparison to the desktop version, but when compared to other pocket calculators it screams. Please let me know if you have any questions. I hope you enjoy. I had a lot of fun making it.

piCaso