Acorn User - August 1993

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Public Domain software
Learning Curve
Subscriber's Page
Free Ads
The Moxon Interview
Arm Ltd's MD Robin Saxby spills the beans on future of the Arm chip
The cutting edge
Professional video editing on the Archimedes
In Brief
HCCS' HiVision digitiser and magneto-optical drive from The Serial Port
Education Plus
Hutchinson's Encyclopedia, Darryl the Dragon and Amazing Maths
Game Show
Oregan's new shoot-em-up Quark
Read all about it
Staff and pupils of Harlington Upper School use Ovation to put together a complete school newspaper
Getting into print
Printing and printer drivers
Business matters
Creating professional stationery using nothing more than Draw
Morph for less
Morphing is the hippiest video effect at the moment and with Acorn User morphing package you can do it at home
Back to basics
How to write your own programs using Basic V
A new dimension
More three-dimensional programming, in the form of polygon clipping and object storage
Questions and answers
Hints and tips
Not so baby Bio
The ever-popular Bio application gets a facelift and receives a number of additions to its family of modules
Cockroaches, one-line fruit machines, virtual directories .....
Yellow pages

Publication Date : 17th June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4846. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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