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▶The Matrix Effect
|A screensaver for Windows, which emulates the dripping green|
|Simulates galaxy collisions|
|FMC was a sample-generating software synthesizer for the Amiga, written in 1990. It featured freeform algorithms, which basically means you could create your own synthesizer|
|Interlace Demo is a program that uses the Amstrad CPC's video controller to interleave two different screens on the display. This implements a scan-doubling technique used by analogue broadcast PAL/NTSC standards to double the vertical resolution of the image|
▶RawForge: RAW file processor
|An abandoned project, Raw Forge was a tool for photographers whose cameras support CCD-native raw images|
▶TFT-optimized graphics rendering
|Showing a technique that cen bring extra detail to an image (without using sharpening) that exploits the sub-pixel characteristics of a display device|
▶LogMe: Web Log Analyzer
|Specialized log analyzer, designed to fill specific gaps in the design of other analyzers.|
I contributed many titles to the WACCI FSW library. I'd be interested to get a copy of the library (please use the Contact Form to get in touch), as I can't locate any of it on the Web, and have long since sold off my CPC and accompanying software. Examples include:
These can be found in the CPC Power archive.
Fully-featured 8×8 Font editor, with merging, transformations, binary and basic input and output, all-mode previews, ...
A basic windowed GUI, with list menus, drawn GEM-like windows with titles, text and graphics regions, and blit routines to preserve canvases. Used by many authors to upgrade existing FSW programs.
Here's one I couldn't find:
Upgrade of Alastair Scott's original app, including a conversion of fixed-address machine code (JP) to relocatable modules (JR), a unified module loader, and a layered windowed GUI. A pleasant interface was designed to run the modules, and the utilities' own interfaces were redesigned.