XRAY

http://www.pdp8.net/vr14/vr14info.shtml

DEC sold a system introduced 1967 called the DISPLAY-8 or type 338 programmed buffered display which was another PDP-8 which handled all the display processing and could draw 300,000 points, 600 inches of vectors, or 700 characters flicker free at the same time.

http://bitsavers.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de/pdf/dec/decus/pdp8/DECUS_PDP8_INDEX.txt

8-98 3D Draw for 338 Display

8-99B Kaleidoscope D 338 Display

Spacewar sources, handmade display: http://www.chdickman.com/pdp8/spacewar/

338 Brochure: bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/dec/graphics/338_Display_Brochure_1967.pdf

XRAY IFIPS paper: https://www.computer.org/csdl/proceedings/afips/1969/5074/00/50740379.pdf

CC92 MPM Comm I/O file:///home/cac/Calibre%20Library/Unknown/CC92-01A%20MPM%20commIO%20Jul82%20(90)/CC92-01A%20MPM%20commIO%20Jul82%20-%20Unknown.pdf

XRAY thesis: www.mirrorservice.org/sites/www.bitsavers.org/pdf/mit/lcs/tr/MIT-LCS-TR-054.pdf

338 Progamming Manual: https://archive.org/stream/bitsavers_decpdp8gragmgOct66_2439011/DEC-08-G61B-D_338pgmg_Oct66#page/n0/mode/2up

PDP-8 Users handbook https://archive.org/stream/bitsavers_decpdp8pdpokMay66_22437012/F-85_PDP-8_Users_Handbook_May66#page/n285/mode/2up

vector display code: /run/media/cac/less/cac/Projects/tempest/vecsim

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