I'm in SPAAAAAAAAACE. I support this idea very fully. Do you have a TI-Nspire so you would be able to see what the original is like? Since you're talking about Axe, do you intend to give this a try in monochrome?
I hope you keep up this momentum; it looks like you're already getting a good framework for the program in place to build the physics on top of. Do you have a plan for how you're going to lay out the whole program, or are you putting it together piecemeal?
Both ordelore's and Kerm's equations are correct. However, ordelore is using standard feet for the constant of gravity while Kerm is using metric.
y=0.5ax²+bx+c, where a is the constant for gravity, b is the initial velocity, and c is the initial height.
Are you still working on this contest entry, ordelore? I will be very interested to see it working, since having z80 versions of the STEM Behind Hollywood activities is something that is near and dear to my heart. It sounded like you were making good progress initially, but it's been over a month since your last update.
I'm sorry to hear that. If you end up not being able to enter the contest with this particular project, I encourage you to throw your source to another community programmer to continue the project (I for one would be happy to finish it).
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