Welcome to Casiopeia!
Our name is inspired by the constellation "Cassiopeia", and is suggested by yeongJIN_COOL, taking advantage of the beginning of the word cassiopeia be very similar to the word/brand casio.
If you want to program for casio calculators you're in the right place! We are a young, but active community.
Finally we went back again, after some "downtime", our "summer vacation"!
I moved the forum to a new and open source platform, phpbb, i also refreshed the image of the forum. Possibly there will be some broken links/images, but will be fixed as soon as possible. There is still much to do...
Of course, our site remains ad-free, nonprofit.
-What do you think of the new site? Do you have any suggestions?
Approaching again another school year, and we're here, with some future projects for casio calculators.
Thanks for all support of our members, but also planet-casio and omnimaga.
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I decided to added a new template to the site, inspired in medieval age.
Now this is the default website template.
The old template is also available, you can choose want do you prefer at the site bottom:
If you have an account you can also pick one style in General Settings.
I disabled the shoutbox (who had seen little activity) and I put something more useful in her place, a ajax widget to feature forum content.
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Martin Poupe, managed to port the classic game Doom to the latest Casio model, Casio Prizm Fx-Cg10/20.
Due to calculator hardware limitations, the game runs a little slow on the calculator. However it's still a great job!
I let below a video of the game running on the emulator:
arrows - movement
[alpha] - fire
[exe] - use (open the door,...)
[^] - iddqd + idkfa
[F1] ~ [F5] - weapon select
[Menu] - exit (the calculator will be in somehow wrong state, if menu is not working, try to turn it off and on)
Source: Omnimaga and Cemetech
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I've been working over the past few weeks, with the help of some members (ziqumu, catix, heyy!) in a project to create a Universal Wiki for casio Calculators.
There are already some wikis for casio calculators made by other communities, but it is a more ambitious project, cover all casio calculator models in 2 languages (english and french).
Any help will be welcome, and therefore come now open registration to the public, during the next 2 weeks.
The two versions of wiki are integrated, you only need an account.
Thank you in advance to all who want to join the project!
English Wiki Homepage: http://wiki.planet-casio.com/en/Main_Page
French Wiki Homepage: http://wiki.planet-casio.com/fr/Accueil
Ps: Feel free to leave your suggestions, report bugs...
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48 hours Casio Programming Contest #3
21-22 april 2012
This third edition of the 48 hours Casio Programming Contest will take place on Fx-CG 10/20 and in C/C++.
The chosen theme isâ€¦ 3D. You have 48 hours, until Sunday April 22th 2012 at 11:59 PM (GMT+1), to post your participation in the category " 48h CPC #3 " (this category !!, only in french yet). We take the time of the last modification as the sending time, so don't try a late update around midnight.
You can only create a game.
Use a maximum of colors, considered the Prizm has 65 536 !
You can either make your game in french or english.
For information, the maximal size is 550 Kb per file with 750Kb per participation. The game has to be a .g3a, and you have to give your source code.
This contest is open to everybody, whatever your level or your age, a simple registration on Planet-Casio with a valid email address is required.
You can only win one 48h CPC per year.
Any breach in rules will result in the disqualification of the participant.
- Quality of code, programming, bugs: 3 pts
- Originality: 3 pts
- Graphics and presentation: 2 pts
- Gameplay and ergonomics: 2 pts
The game will be tested on Fx-CG 20 OS 1.04 (link).
To win: One Fx-9860gII (Graph 75) provided by our partner Casio Education.
Shipped within European Union (Norway, Switzerland and Luxembourg included), USA and Canada.
Have fun !
We'd also like the thank Omnimaga and Casio-Scene for their support.
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