Interactive Picture Systems

Interactive Picture Systems, Inc. or IPS, was a software company located in Philadelphia from 1982-1985. The company was run by partners Guy Nouri of NYC and Eric Podietz of Philadelphia. Staff included Jimmy Snyder, Mark Scott, Ken Appleman, Bob Svihovec and Chip Kaye. The products created by the company included Movie Maker for ATARI, Trains, Grandma's House, and Aerobics for Spinnaker Software for the Atari 800, C64 and Apple II platforms. Operation Frog, a virtual-dissection software for Scholastic Software, was introduced at Summer CES of 1984.[1] Previously, in 1982, the partners had published PAINT! for the Atari 800 platform through Reston Publishing, Reston, VA.

References

  1. Scott Mace, Games Exhibit Innovations. InfoWorld, July 9, 1984, p. 37.
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