Running the Bases (with TI-RGB Array) for TI-Nspire
Explore base-2, base-10, base-16, and ASCII. Students use a TI-Innovator Hub, TI-RGB Array, and TI-Nspire to display on the array a byte in binary. Strongly aligns with AP Computer Science Principles.
Verlag: Texas Instruments Inc.
Students use the TI-RGB Array to explore the bases of human-computer interaction
Tool building is an essential aspect of humanity, and the computer is the ultimate modern tool. Humans have big brains, five senses, agile fingers, vocal cords and eat food; computers don’t have or do any of these. Computers have integrated circuits, cameras, microphones, speakers, displays, keyboards, mice, and consume electricity; humans don't have or do any of these. How do our human brains communicate with the computer’s integrated circuits? The computer has two fundamental components, software and hardware. The essential component of hardware is the integrated circuit, while the essential component of the software is logical operations on binary numbers....
Aligned with AP® Computer Science Principles
Explore relationships among base-2, base-10, and base-16 number systems
Build a TI-RGB Array flippy-do
Develop a decimal to binary algorithm
Display a byte in base-2 on the Array
Encode/decode ASCII characters
Running the Bases Project Downloads
Foldable Flippy Do PDF link
TI-Nspire TNS Program file link
TI-RGB Array holder 3D Print (.stl) Zip file link
Binary Bars 3D Print (.stl) Zip file link
Learn to do the project yourself
Download Learn to do the project PDF link
Update your TI-Nspire CX family handheld, TI-Nspire computer software and TI-Innovator sketch link
Download a step-by-step guide to updating your TI-Innovator Hub PDF link
Own project equipment
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