Circuit Cellar Issue 012 December 1989/January 1990-PDF
Dec 1989/Jan 1990
Theme: APPLICATIONS IN THE ARTS
Editor’s INK—First Things First, by Curtis Franklin, Jr., 1.
Readers’s INK—Letters to the Editor, 5.
New Product News, 8.
Visible INK—Letters to the INK Research Staff, 12
INKnet—Part 3: Writing Network Applications—The Subtle Art of Programming for INKnet, by Ed Nisley, 14.
Image Synthesis: A Tutorial—Tools for Drawing a New Universe, by Chris Ciarcia, 22.
An Intel 386SX-based PC/AT-Compatible Motherboard—Part 2, by Daryl Rinaldi, 37.
A Low-Cost MIDI Sequencer—Build an 8031-Based Stand-Alone MIDI Sequencer, by Winefred Washington, 49.
Firmware Furnace—Simulated Reality: Simulating Systems for 8051 Debugging, by Ed Nisley, 53.
From The Bench—The Versatile Light-Emitting Diode, by Jeff Bachiochi, 62.
Silicon Update—MAXIMum Chips: Maximum Real-World Problem Solvers, by Tom Cantrell, 69.
Software by Design—Least-Squares Curve Fitting, by Jack Ganssle, 74.
ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 82.
Domestic Automation—New X-10—Compatible Products Hit the Market, 78.
Steve’s Own INK—..And Everything in its Place, by Steve Ciarcia, 88.