Computer Graphics in Communications
(The first book on computer graphics. Fetter, a researcher...)
The first book on computer graphics. Fetter, a researcher at Boeing, coined the term in in 1960. Origins of Cyberspace 605.Numerous photos, diagrams, etc. Appendix of Projects. Index. RWR5 Science Math Mathematics Physics Computers Engineering Computer Applications Display Technology Drafting Graphics Illustrations Design Art Graphic Arts Aviation Flight
William Allan Fetter Edit Profile
Student, Kansas City Junior College, 1945-1946; student, Kansas City U., 1948-1949; Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Illinois, 1952.
Supervisor computer graphics, The Boeing Company, Wichita, Kansas and Seattle, 1959-1969;
vice president, Graphcomp. Sciences, Newport, California, 1969-1970;
chairman design department, lecturer, Southern Illinois U., Carbondale, 1970-1977;
president, Southern Illinois Research and Corporation Office (SIROCO), Carbondale, Illinois, since 1977;
also board directors, Southern Illinois Research and Corporation Office (SIROCO), Bellevue, Redmond, Washington
owner, ORIGIN, Bellevue, Redmond, since 1982. Presenter 3D conference U. Tokyo, 1992.
Speaker in field.
Board of directors Committee on Handicapped, Park Forest, Illinois, 1957-1958, Master Resources Council International, Seattle, since 1980. Member United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization TACT Task Force, Washington, 1975-1985. With United States Army, 1946-1948.
2nd Lieutenant United States Air Force Reserve, 1952-1957. Fellow American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (associate). Member International Design Conference (presenter 1976, 78), Society Information Display, Industrial Designers Society American, N.W. Human Factors Society, Museum Modern Art Club, Alfa Romeo Owner's Club. M C.
Married Darlene Glea Wyss, August 20, 1950 (divorced 1962). 1 child, William Arnold (deceased). Married Barbara Ann Shaffer, December 21, 1963.
Children: Brant Shaffer, Elena Katherine (twins).