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Published on Jan 4, 2008
To demonstrate the Amigas hardware capabilities, the bouncing Boing ball demo was written late one night at the Winter CES show in January 1984. At the time it was an amazing achievement that surpassed all current systems of the time, seamlessly handling real physics whilst multitasking in the background. The original Amiga team preferred the Boing ball design, adopting as the unofficial trademark. Dozens of Boing Ball logos were made for the A1000 launch, until Commodore decided to use the checker mark. This is the original demo. To find out more visit http://www.amigahistory.co.uk/origins...