Computer Graphics Show, Wembley

Fenton, Anne
December 1986
Image Technology;Dec1986, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p578
Trade Publication
Information about the Computer Graphics Show that was held on October 1986 in Wembley, England is discussed. Hundreds of companies engaged in computer graphics attended the event. Among the highlights of the show were a number of stand alone computer graphics systems set toward the first time user market. The event also features menu-type prompts, user defined brushes, color redefinition, shade routines, business graphics and screen effects.


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