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Not to be confused with AppleVision Displays or Apple Vision Pro

Apple-Vision, also stylized as APPLEVISION, is a program by Bob Bishop that demonstrates the hi-res graphics mode of the Apple II computer.

Development[]

Bishop began work on Apple-Vision in April 1978. It was written in Integer BASIC with hi-res graphics routines written in assembly.[1]

Releases[]

Apple-Vision was first released on cassette tape in 1978 by Softape in North Hollywood, California, and then by Apple Computer itself. Apple's tape mistakenly identified Bishop's date of authorship as 1977; the reverse side of the tape included Biorhythm for the Apple II. Apple-Vision was also included on floppy disk with Apple DOS 3.2.[1][2]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Bob Bishop by Steven Weyhrich, Apple II History. 2010-07-14.
  2. Softape, Brutal Deluxe Software. Accessed 2021-03-13.

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