|Developer(s)||Computer Access Corporation
Power Industries LP
4.3 / 1993
|Development status||Abandonware|
|Platform||Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64, VIC-20, MS-DOS|
|Available in||English, Spanish|
Delta Drawing was intended for children age 4 to 14. It features a functional programming language for executing scripted drawing and painting instructions. Spinnaker sought to improve on the educational value of Logo, an earlier educational programming language that could also program turtle graphics.
Power Industries LP of Newton, Massachusetts later acquired Delta Drawing Learning Program and continued its development. They released the new version, Delta Drawing Today v4.0, in 1990, and eventually a Spanish-language edition: Delta Drawing Today Version Español.
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- Shannon, L.R. (21 January 1992). "A Graphics Program That Isn't Child's Play". The New York Times. Retrieved 5 October 2011.
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