|Stable release||2.5 Beta 5 / March 19, 2000|
|Preview release||3.0 Alpha / February 24, 2003|
|Operating system||Windows 95 and higher|
|License||Freeware; requires one or more ROM images to operate.|
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Virtual TI, or "VTI," is a feature-rich graphing calculator emulator for Microsoft Windows, written in C++ by Rusty Wagner. It features a graphical debugger, a grayscale display, data transfer between computer and emulated calculator, black-link, parallel link and more.
There are currently two versions available:
- Virtual TI v.2.5 (beta)
- Virtual TI v.3.0 (alpha)
Version 2.5 supports the TI-82, 83, 83+, 85, 86, 89, 92, and 92+. Unfortunately, it is unable to properly emulate later versions of the TI-83 Plus, TI-89 and V200 series. It is also unable to emulate the TI-83 Plus Silver Edition as well as the more recent calculators like the TI-84 Plus.
Version 3.0 supports the TI-73, 83+, and the 83+ SE so far. However, it cannot retrieve the image of a TI-84+, and any file other than Apps cannot be loaded. It also doesn't allow users to save its state.
Virtual TI requires a calculator ROM image. The program itself can extract ROM images from TI calculators via Serial or Parallel connection.
This software has not been updated for a few years, unlike TiEmu.
- Virtual TI v2.5 beta at ticalc.org
- Zophar's Domain: TI Calculator Emulators
- How to create a TI-83+ ROM image to use with VTI
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