YODA (the YOrktown Display Adapter) is an experimental display designed to improve the quality and speed of users' interactions with personal computers. This paper describes the YODA hardware architecture and software design. Special attention is given to techniques used for antialiasing. The various trade-offs and decisions that were made are discussed.
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