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January 17, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co has developed an educational operating system based on the B-TRON specifications and featuring animation on the personal computer screen: the hardware consists of Matsushita’s 16-bit M500 micro, a video cassette recorder, and a video processor which links the animation signals from an optical disk to the screen, keyboard and display: the video signal is processed at the operating system level and output to the screen when required as animation; the operating system is designed to support Japanese language processing and Matsushita plans to market the system in due course – not surprisingly mainly to educational institutions.

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