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Amiga Corporation Photo Album

This page shows the people who created the Amiga. Without them there would be no A1000's or Amiga DE. They are considered Gods in some circles, and rightly so.
 
Dale Luck

Dale Luck
Luck is one of the original coders of the famous "Boing" demo at a 1984 trade show. Now works for 3DO. View a 20 year old image of Dale Luck and a current photo.

RJ Mical RJ Mical
Began life at Amiga as a Software Engineer where he contributed to the graphics library development, created Intuition (the Amiga's user interface and windowing/menu system). He left soon after Commodore bought the Amiga. Sometimes expressed bitterness that Commodore chose the German A2000 over the American one. View an earlier photo.
Jay Miner Jay Miner
The father of the Amiga. A founding member of Hi-Toro in 1982, all three of the Amiga patents list him as the inventor. He left Amiga Corp after it was bought by Commodore, later developed the Atari Lynx handheld. During the early 1990's he continued to create revolutionary designs such as adjustable pacemakers. Passed away in April 1994.
Carl Sassenrath Carl Sassenrath
Part of the original Amiga team. He is responsible for the Amiga EXEC, CDXL video format and Rebol scripting language. View a photograph taken in 2001.
Ronald H. Nicholson Ronald H. Nicholson Jr.
Worked for Apple before he went to Amiga. He helped to develop the Reality Engine for the Nintendo 64.
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