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Tag: Calculator

This DIY D&D Dice Calculator Rolls Your D20 for You

This DIY D&D Dice Calculator Rolls Your D20 for You
Dungeons and Dragons can be intimidating for new players for many reasons. There are a lot of stats to keep track of, character traits to consider and you better get used to rolling a lot of dice.

Super Smash Bros. Open for TI-83/84 Calculators: Thuper Math Broth

Super Smash Bros. Open for TI-83/84 Calculators: Thuper Math Broth
We’ve seen Pokémon ported to a calculator and a Portal spinoff for monochrome TI-83 series calculators. Now there’s a Smash Bros. for calculators. Made by Omnimaga member Hayleia, Super Smash Bros. Open is a work in progress spinoff of Super Smash Bros.
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PhotoMath App Solves Math Equations at a Glance: Tutor or Cheater?

PhotoMath App Solves Math Equations at a Glance: Tutor or Cheater?
Most mobile devices already have a built-in calculator, and you can also get advanced calculator apps. But microBLINK’s PhotoMath app uses optical image recognition on printed equations, so that you can get the solution without even having to input a number.

Abacus iPhone Case: For When the Calculator App Crashes

Abacus iPhone Case: For When the Calculator App Crashes
While Apple definitely made it easier to access the calculator in iOS7, you still might find yourself without a way to do math on your smartphone. Maybe the battery ran out, or maybe you’ve found a way to make the Calculator app crash.

Power Your Entire House with Potatoes!

Power Your Entire House with Potatoes!
If you’ve ever been in a grade school science class, you probably know that the electrolytes in potatoes generate a small amount of electricity when connected to zinc and copper electrodes. So is it possible that with enough potatoes wired together, you could provide enough energy to power your entire house?

Reel-to-Reel Tape Deck Calculator Does Not Compute

Reel-to-Reel Tape Deck Calculator Does Not Compute
Boy, I haven’t seen a reel-to-reel tape deck in years. After 8-tracks, cassettes, CDs, MiniDiscs and MP3s, we’re at least five generations past the everyday use of these things. And dekstop calculators? I haven’t used one in a very long time either.

How Much Would it Cost to 3D Print Your House?

How Much Would it Cost to 3D Print Your House?
3D printing continues to become more mainstream, with some printers hitting the market for under $400(USD) now. While the technology is still in its relative infancy, it’s only a matter of time before 3D printing is used to build everything from gadgets to toys to cars and even houses.

Portal Ported to Calculators: Now You’re Playing at Math Class

Portal Ported to Calculators: Now You’re Playing at Math Class
Earlier this year we saw a calculator playing Pokémon via a Game Boy Color emulator. Redditor Builderboy2005 has made something way better (or worse, depending on your expectations). Portal Prelude, a game for Texas Instruments calculators.

DIY Calculator Lets You Draw Your Own Keys

DIY Calculator Lets You Draw Your Own Keys
For most of us with smartphones, a desktop calculator is a relic of days-gone-by. But I still like the convenience of having one around so I don’t have to bother to dig around for the calculator app on my phone.

Google Launches Voice Enabled 34-Button Scientific Calculator

Google Launches Voice Enabled 34-Button Scientific Calculator
Google has had a calculator integrated into its search results for a long time. Using the calculator was as easy as typing a math problem such as 2+2 into the search bar and hitting enter. Google has made that calculator much more complex and useful with the addition of a new scientific calculator with 34-buttons.

Rechner Calculator iPhone App: Gestural Arithmetic

Rechner Calculator iPhone App: Gestural Arithmetic
This cool little calculator app for the iPhone uses gestures, kind of like how Clear works. It’s definitely an interesting way to use a calculator, one that initially seems a bit counterintuitive, but ultimately it’s supposed to be a bit faster than punching in numbers with your fingers.

QAMA Calculator Only Gives You The Answer If You Provide a Good Estimate: Second Calculator Not Included

QAMA Calculator Only Gives You The Answer If You Provide a Good Estimate: Second Calculator Not Included
Invented by physicist Ilan Samson, the Quick Approximate Mental Arithmetic (QAMA) Calculator will only reveal the answer to your mathematical query if you already have a good idea of the answer. You might want to get a second calculator to use this one.

Calculator 10 Only Wishes it Were an iPhone

Calculator 10 Only Wishes it Were an iPhone
The Calculator App is one of the most basic and essential programs that ships with the iPhone and most other smartphones out there. Given the fact that pretty much everybody has a smartphone these days, I don’t see much reason for a dedicated calculator anymore.

This is How Powerful Calculators are Today

This is How Powerful Calculators are Today
Everyone’s talking about the new iPad or when the new Xbox is coming out, but did you know that Texas Instruments recently released a handheld console? It’s true! It plays Pokémon games! It’s also a graphing calculator.

Lexon Maizy Desk Accessories: Stylish Gear for Your Workstation

Lexon Maizy Desk Accessories: Stylish Gear for Your Workstation
While geeky stuff for your cubicle can be fun, there’s no denying that a bit of style goes a long way to make your workstation look good. Check out these stylish and minimal Maizy desk accessories.

Calculator with Built-in Abacus: Double-Check, Double Solve, Double Nerd

Calculator with Built-in Abacus: Double-Check, Double Solve, Double Nerd
The 2012 Mobile World Congress kicked off today, and that means new smartphones and other cutting edge mobile technology. But here at Technabob we’re more about cutting strange, so instead of looking at the future today let’s take a look at the past.
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