Ingemar Ragnemalm is a computer programmer, best known for writing the Sprite Animation Toolkit (SAT) and several games for the Apple Macintosh during the 1990s, including Bert and Solitaire House. Current projects include the development system Lightweight IDE and Sprite Animation Toolkit version 3.
Co-author of "Tricks of the Mac Game Programming Gurus" (1995). Author of "Polygons feel no pain" and "So how can we make them scream" (2008).
Has a PhD in image processing. Works as software developer and university teacher.
Nephew of Hans Ragnemalm.
- Home page of Ingemar Ragnemalm
- Lightweight IDE
- Free scores by Ingemar Ragnemalm in the Choral Public Domain Library (ChoralWiki)
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