Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 56 / JANUARY 1985 / PAGE 166

Atari, Commodore Light Pen Graphics And Art Program

Futurehouse has announced Peripheral Vision, a graphics and art program for use with the Edumate Light Pen.

Features include 15 different colors and six brush stroke widths; printing capabilities; 35 different textures; fill mode; mirror mode for kaleidoscopic effects; and zooming for detailed work.

The program also will draw circles, squares, and triangles automatically; copy and move shapes around the screen; adjust the speed and accuracy of the light pen; and place keyboard characters on the screen.

Peripheral Vision is available on disk or cassette for the Commodore 64 and Atari 400/800 and XL series of computers. Suggested retail price is $39.95. A combination package which includes the Edumate Light Pen is available for $59.95.

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