Looking for "Programming CalComp Electromechanical Plotters" book
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Randy, I would love to see both Versaplot and MOVIE.BYU! A coworker
ported MOVIE.BYU to the ESV when I worked at E&S :-).
In article <BAY120-W182297E09062084E7FD10EBAB30 at phx.gbl>,
Randy Dawson <rdawson16 at hotmail.com> writes:
> Its the Versatec Versaplot package. [...]
> I also have the updated follow on to Brigham Young University MOVIE.BYU.
> If anybody knows of any other leading edge graphics from the past, I would =
> be interested in hearing from them.
There is also PLOT10 the Tektronix plotting package. Then there are
the standards based things like CORE, GKS, PHIGS, PHIGS-PLUS. I got a
giant pile of GKS for VMS manuals in a VAX/VMS doc set that I
purchased off ebay (12 cardboard boxes of manuals). I have an Evans &
Sutherland ESV workstation that does PEX and graphics terminals from
Tektronix, HP and Megatek. I have an HP graphics generator that
attaches to an oscilloscope. I have the requisite SGI machines too:
Personal Iris, Indigo, Indigo^2, Indy, Onyx, and Onyx2.
"The Direct3D Graphics Pipeline" -- DirectX 9 draft available for download
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