FYI: WarpPi calculator - Printable Version +- HP Forums (https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum) +-- Forum: Not HP Calculators (/forum-7.html) +--- Forum: Not remotely HP Calculators (/forum-9.html) +--- Thread: FYI: WarpPi calculator (/thread-11176.html) FYI: WarpPi calculator - Luigi Vampa - 08-06-2018 05:52 AM https://blog.hackster.io/warppi-is-an-impressive-diy-raspberry-pi-calculator-for-step-by-step-algebra-2c3610ba39f6 RE: FYI: WarpPi calculator - Dan - 08-06-2018 07:28 AM Anyone know the model of the LCD on that calculator? RE: FYI: WarpPi calculator - compsystems - 08-07-2018 06:37 PM WarpPi Is an Impressive DIY Raspberry Pi Calculator, and is the firts with Step-By-Step Algebra More info https://hackaday.com/2018/08/07/diy-scientific-calculator-powered-by-pi-zero/ https://www.neoteo.com/construye-una-calculadora-cientifica-con-raspberry-pi-zero/ RE: FYI: WarpPi calculator - Eddie W. Shore - 08-09-2018 01:04 PM Several things I like about it: I like how you can designate how the variables act: blue for CAS variables, black for numerical constants, etc I like how big the screen is. The screen is clear, well done on the display. I can't wait to see what the finished keyboard looks like. RE: FYI: WarpPi calculator - compsystems - 08-10-2018 03:51 PM If it is a calculator with CAS, the 6 algebraic operators should be together [+], [-], [·](*), [÷](/), [^], [√] PHP Code: `[f1][f2][f3][f4][f5][←][↑][→]  [↓][ ][ ][ ][ ][↤][,][ ][ ][ ][ ][()][±][√][^][÷][EEX][7][8][9][*][α][4][5][6][-][⇧][1][2][3][+][esc][0][.][spc][enter] ` RE: FYI: WarpPi calculator - Jlouis - 08-11-2018 04:39 AM Doesn't the HP 50G have step by step CAS? Even the 28c has step by step, well, not all the steps, but anyway, the 28c is from 1987, isnt it? I think I'm missing something...