Amiga Unix (was: Amiga development)

From: Ryan K. Brooks <>
Date: Tue Feb 6 08:34:43 2001

The former was the A2024, which combined a series of fields into a 4
quadrant display for high resolution stuff... the latter was a TMS-based
gfx. accell. card that was pretty interesting back then (IMHO)-
certainly for a "home computer".

Hi John,


John Foust wrote:

> At 12:21 AM 2/6/01 +0100, you wrote:
> >Would the Lowell card be The Artist Formerly Known As A2410?
> I searched for Richard A. Miner, the guy at U-Lowell who
> worked on that card. He's now a PhD, Vice President of
> OrangeImagineering, part of Orange Plc. No e-mail found,
> though. Neither the card nor Rich look anything like
> that singer from Minnesota.
> Many sections of my brain containing Amiga memories are
> covered in dust and dirt. I remember one mono-ish graphics
> card that required a special (interlacing?) monitor, and
> then the Lowell card, but I don't remember if they were the same.
> - John
Received on Tue Feb 06 2001 - 08:34:43 GMT

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