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Acorn User - June 1993

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What lives inside an application directory?
 
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8Mb Ram upgrades for the A5000
 
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Three CD-Roms with a natureal theme
 
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With help from Clares
 
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Bring mapping into the third dimension
 
Picture book
A new book on Acorn graphics
 
Back to the drawing board
Minerva's ProCAD
 
In brief
 
Game Show
Zool, Fred, Heimdall, Humanoids and Robotix
 
HANDS ON
 
Graphics rendered simple
A complete scene rendering program
 
Questions and answers
 
A new dimension
First part in our new 3D graphics series
 
*INFO
 
Hints and tips
Assembly line
Final instalment for Arm code devotes
 
 

Publication Date : 17th February 2000



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4844. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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