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Jeri Janet Ellsworth is an American entrepreneur and computer chip designer and inventor. She gained fame in 2004 for creating a complete Commodore 64 system on a chip housed within a joystick, called C64 Direct-to-TV.
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Console Wars
Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle that Defined a Generation
Blake J. Harris - 2014-05-13
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Witness the epic rivalry between two gaming giants, Sega and Nintendo, in this captivating behind-the-scenes business thriller. Follow the story of how Tom Kalinske, a former Mattel executive with no prior knowledge of videogames, utilized unconventional tactics and a team of rebels to turn Sega from a faltering arcade company into a market leader. Based on over 200 interviews, Console Wars details the ruthless, no-holds-barred conflict that revolutionized the videogame industry and transformed popular culture forever. A true David-and-Goliath tale that will leave you on the edge of your seat.
Jeri Ellsworth
2020-05-01T02:47:55.000Z
What are some of your favorite or interesting books in your collection? Here are a few of mine!      source
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Displays
Fundamentals & Applications, Second Edition
Rolf R. Hainich - 2011-07-05
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This book delves into the ever-evolving fields of optics, holography, and virtual reality, exploring real-time computer graphics and vision that enable graphical 2D and 3D content to be displayed. The second edition provides updates on holography and discusses projection displays, projector-camera systems, stereoscopic and autostereoscopic displays. With clear explanations and nearly 500 illustrations, this book is perfect for students and seasoned professionals alike who want to understand optics, visual perception, and display technologies. Enter the fascinating world of augmentation and virtual reality display with this insightful guide.
Jeri Ellsworth
2020-05-01T02:47:55.000Z
What are some of your favorite or interesting books in your collection? Here are a few of mine!      source
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Rocket Propulsion Elements
George P. Sutton - 2010-02-01 (first published in 1962)
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Focused on the subject of rocket propulsion, Rocket Propulsion Elements is the ultimate resource for anyone seeking a comprehensive introduction to the field. Covering everything from thermodynamics to flight performance and propellant chemistry, this book provides practical applications for fundamental concepts. Written by industry veteran George P. Sutton and Professor Oscar Biblarz, the ninth edition includes recent advances and serves as an authoritative reference for students and engineers. With clear explanations and real-world examples, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in aerospace engineering.
Jeri Ellsworth
2020-05-01T02:47:55.000Z
What are some of your favorite or interesting books in your collection? Here are a few of mine!      source
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International Microwave Handbook
Andy Barter - 2003-03-31
nternational Microwave Handbook...
Jeri Ellsworth
2020-05-01T02:47:55.000Z
What are some of your favorite or interesting books in your collection? Here are a few of mine!      source
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Hacker's Delight
Henry S. Warren Jr. - 2002-07-17
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Master the art of efficient coding with this must-read book! Hacker's Delight will take your programming skills to the next level, helping you go beyond what traditional education offers. From beginners to advanced programmers, this book is suitable for anyone who is looking to write efficient code.
Jeri Ellsworth
2020-05-01T02:47:55.000Z
What are some of your favorite or interesting books in your collection? Here are a few of mine!      source
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Assembly Language Programming
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Leventhal Lance A. - 1981-04-01
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Book by Leventhal, Lance A....
Jeri Ellsworth
2020-05-01T02:47:55.000Z
What are some of your favorite or interesting books in your collection? Here are a few of mine!      source
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Video Demystified
A Handbook for the Digital Engineer, 5th Edition
Keith Jack - 2004-09-01 (first published in 1993)
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A must-read for any engineer involved in video electronics design, manufacturing, or testing. This fifth edition covers next-generation digital video formats, new audio and video codecs, HDTV, HDMI, IPTV and all the latest information on broadcast, cable, and satellite standards. From analog to digital television transmission, this book has you covered.
Jeri Ellsworth
2017-06-09T20:12:07.000Z
Analog video might be dead, but I still find useful info in this book.      source