Now that school is ramping up for many of us and everyone is back to their calculators, we have a lot of fantastic projects to showcase! Interestingly, a surprisingly large percentage of projects this month were not for calculators. From impressive USB interfacing tools to really cool graphics programs and websites, here are your projects of the month for October 2018.
Agenda CE [ICE]: SM84CE made lots of progress on his project this month! He has planned his user interfaces out, and recieved help on some crucial features of his program. Go show SM84CE some love and support!
Skyrim CE: kg583's project "Skyrim CE" is a very cool TI-BASIC port of Skyrim! He has some really cool screenshots, and plans to have over six hundred levels! You can find the screenshots and information in the thread, and we wish him luck!
Arduino Stabilized/Guided Rockets: theprogrammingcube made great progress on his project this month! He has worked on sketching out some simple parts in CAD, worked on circuitry, and finalized the hardware. Check out the topic to see it for yourself!
BOSshell: beckadamtheinventor's project "BOSshell" received several improvements recently. He added some cool features including some nice GUI work! It looks like beckadamtheinventor is making some progress!
FreeVox: From Midnightas, FreeVox is a really cool voxel engine written in Lua. It has a lot of potential, with room for extensive modding. You can find more information in the thread.
HD picture viewer: TheLastMillennial has been working hard adding improvements to his project, a high-definition picture viewer for the CE. He showed off some stunning demos, and has some awesome menus working. Check out the thread to see it for yourself!
Homemade Arduino-Based Drone: Cemetech user Nik is creating a super cool Arduino-based drone. He's very thoroughly documented his process, and the topic is a very interesting read. The thread features a multitude of graphs, photos, and diagrams. It looks like Nik has made a lot of progress!
Languish: JWinslow23 has created a sweet esoteric programming language! This time, the esolang is a derivative of the ETA programming language. He's created a very cool website for it. We'd love to see more from this project, and be sure to check out the thread
Mateo Makes a Website: MateoConLechuga has created a fantastic website! He made a very interesting and well-designed blog page. We can't wait to read his blog posts!
Michael2_3B's Website: Michael2_3B has created a cool website for himself! He's still working on the basics of learning the languages involved, but he has a really good starting design to work with. You can find more information in the thread.
Text Dungeon Progress!: [PixelPerfect] made some progress on his project this month! He added shops and it all looks very, very cool. It looks like [PixelPerfect] is making lots of progress!
TI-Boy CE Progress Thread: calc84maniac made some progress on his project this month! He made some small UI improvements and fixed a couple bugs. You can find more information in the thread.
TI84+CE USB interfacing: From MateoConLechuga, TI84+CE USB interfacing is a really cool project that allows for programmatic usage of the USB port. He created a driver for it, and it seems that more programs will be able to use this fantastic tool. Congratulations to Mateo for all of his hard work!
ticesnd: USB Audio library for TI-84+ CE: From JackMacWindows, ticesnd is a multichannel audio interface. It allows programmers and users to listen to (albeit simple) songs using their calculator and a bit of circuitry. Go check the thread out!
Village: _iPhoenix_ made some progress on his project this month! He added trains and reworked his code to add more features. Check out the thread to see it for yourself!
Warper: This month, Cemetech user 123outerme worked hard on his "Sci-Fi Beat-em-Up"! He's not fully content with the rendering techniques used in his previous games, so he's rewriting his engine and making a really cool game while he's at it. Check the thread out!
And that's a wrap! With so many projects being started, very few projects are actually being finished, but don't let that discourage you from voting in the polls for your favorite completed project of the month!