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Life before the chips: simulating digital video interactive technology

By Douglas Dixon

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 32 No. 7, Pages 824-831

Advances in computers, such as DVI technology, are driven by new hardware functionality—more magic in the silicon. But before the chips came the ideas, and years of visual and interactive technical simulations to evaluate product designs and build the support necessary to develop them.

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