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1 Feb 2002 Hand-arm vibration syndrome and vibrating computer games.
In a letter to the Brittish Medical Journal, doctors at the Department of Paediatric Rheumatology, Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital, report a case of Hand-arm vibration syndrome that may be associated with prolonged use of vibrating computer games.
David Intersimone Article
1 Aug 2000 Nvidia designing "mystery chip" for Xbox
The graphics chipmaker, already selected to provide the graphics processor for Microsoft's Xbox, also is working on a second, unannounced chip for the gaming console.
David Intersimone Article
28 Jul 2000 Microsoft to Spend $500 Million on Xbox Video Game
Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it will spend half a billion dollars to launch its Xbox video game console in what will be its grandest product debut ever as it seeks to unseat Sony Corp. (6758.T) from the top spot in the fast-growing gaming market.
David Intersimone Article
4 Feb 2000 A Quick and Dirty VCL Sprite Engine
This article explains how to create a simple sprite engine with the VCL.
John Ray Thomas Article
4 Feb 2000 A Quick and Dirty VCL Sprite Engine - Part I
Draw an image to a specific position and region.
John Ray Thomas Article
4 Feb 2000 A Quick and Dirty VCL Sprite Engine - Part II
Draw a background image and foreground sprites without flicker.
John Ray Thomas Article
4 Feb 2000 A Quick and Dirty VCL Sprite Engine - Part III
Allow a transparency color, to show the background around irregular shaped sprites.
John Ray Thomas Article
4 Feb 2000 A Quick and Dirty VCL Sprite Engine - Part IV
Update sprites to a new locations
John Ray Thomas Article
4 Feb 2000 A Quick and Dirty VCL Sprite Engine - Part V
Run through a series of images that comprise an animation cycle.
John Ray Thomas Article
4 Feb 2000 A Quick and Dirty VCL Sprite Engine - Part VI
Provide clipping against the playing area and other sprites.
John Ray Thomas Article
4 Feb 2000 A Quick and Dirty VCL Sprite Engine - Conclusion
Bringing it all together
John Ray Thomas Article

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