Apr 7, 2016
Darren Schebek, Envision character set editor
Darren Schebek wrote Envision, a character set editor for the Atari 8-bit computers. It was published in Antic magazine’s software catalog in 1986. Envision cost $19.95: “Create giant, multi-screen, 8-way scrolling pictures. Build effortless animations (up to 128 frames...
Apr 5, 2016
Jerome Domurat, artist and interface designer
Jerome Domurat worked at Atari from November 1981 through July 1986 as an artist and interface designer. He started creating art for the home game systems, including E.T., Krull, and Raiders of the Lost Ark for the Atari 2600; and Jungle Hunt, Pengo, and Baseball for the 5200....
Apr 3, 2016
Alan Henricks, Controller
Alan Henricks was Controller at Atari during the Warner Communications era. He was there from 1978 through 1983.
This interview took place on November 17, 2015.
"Had the next generation of technology - the personal computer - succeeded, Atari would be where Apple is today."
Apr 1, 2016
On this episode of ANTIC the atari 8-bit podcast: we find a lot of new hardware gadgets for our Atari 8-bit machines, and learn all about Atari-branded printers.
Mar 31, 2016
Richard Leinecker, Your Atari Comes Alive
Richard Leinecker is author of the book Your Atari Comes Alive, which was published by Alpha Systems. The book provides instructions for building hardware projects that work with the Atari 8-bit computers, such as event detectors, motion sensors, a light pen, Christmas lights,...