Atari Jaguar 2/NUON

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=HN.608013476296131657&w=103&h=103&c=8&pid=3.1&qlt=90&rm=2

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=HN.608021550832091285&w=103&h=103&c=8&pid=3.1&qlt=90&rm=2

http://ftp.pigwa.net…land/exclusive/

Nuon (DVD technology)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Page semi-protected

[hide]This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.
This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia’s quality standards. (October 2008)
This article needs additional citations for verification. (September 2011)
This article may have too many section headers dividing up its content. (March 2014)
Nuon
NUON logo.png
Developer VM Labs
Manufacturer Motorola, Samsung, Toshiba
Type Video game console
Generation Sixth generation
Release date Late 2000
Discontinued 2003
Nuon was a technology developed by VM Labs that adds features to a DVD player. In addition to viewing DVDs, one can play 3D video games and use enhanced DVD navigational tools such as zoom and smooth scanning of DVD playback. One could also play CDs while the Nuon graphics processor generates synchronized graphics on the screen. There were plans to provide Internet access capability in the next generation of Nuon-equipped DVD players.
Contents [hide]
1 Nuon as DVD format
2 Nuon as gaming platform
3 Hardware models
4 Peripherals and accessories
5 Sale to Genesis Microchip
6 Released movies
7 Unreleased movies
8 Released games
9 Unreleased games
10 Collections and samplers
11 Homebrew development
11.1 Homebrew releases
12 References
13 External links
Nuon as DVD format
The Nuon platform was primarily marketed as an expanded DVD format. A large majority of Nuon players that were sold in fact resembled typical consumer DVD players with the only noticeable difference being a Nuon logo. Nuon players offered a number of features that were not available on other DVD players when playing standard DVD-formatted titles. These included very smooth forward and reverse functionality and the ability to smoothly zoom in and out of sections of the video image. In addition, Nuon provided a software platform to DVD authors to provide interactive software like features to their titles.
Nuon as gaming platform
Nuon originally started off as “Project X,” and was featured in Electronic Gaming Monthly’s 1999 Video Game Buyer’s Guide. One of the Nuon’s main software developers was Jeff Minter, who created a version of Tempest entitled Tempest 3000 for the system, and the built-in VLM-2 audio visualizer.
Hardware models

A Nuon DVD player made by Samsung
In North America, Nuon was used in the Samsung DVD-N501 and DVD-N2000 models, they also released several models in other parts of the world: DVD-N504 (Europe), DVD N505 (Europe), and DVD-N591 (Korea); a Toshiba SD-2300 DVD player; and two RCA models, the DRC300N and DRC480N. The Nuon was also used in Motorola’s Streamaster 5000 “Digital DNA” set-top box. However the format has appeared to have died off. As of November 2004, there are no Nuon-enabled DVD players shipping and no new Nuon software titles.
Peripherals and accessories

This article is in a list format that may be better presented using prose. You can help by converting this article to prose, if appropriate. Editing help is available. (March 2014)
Peripherals for Nuon-enhanced DVD players included the following:
Logitech Gamepad
Pro-elite controller
AirPlay wireless controller
Stealth controller
Warrior Digital-D pad
controller extension cable
port replicator to move the Nuon ports to anywhere desired
Sale to Genesis Microchip
NUON was created by VM Labs whose assets were sold to Genesis Microchip in April 2002.[1]
Released movies
Only four DVD releases utilized NUON technology:
Planet of the Apes
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension
Bedazzled
Dr. Dolittle 2
Unreleased movies
Galaxy Quest
Stigmata
Toxic Avenger
Released games
Eight games were released for the NUON:
Tempest 3000
Freefall 3050 A.D.
Merlin Racing
Space Invaders X.L.
Iron Soldier 3 (later recalled due to incompatibility with some players)
Ballistic (only available with Samsung players)
The Next Tetris (only available with Toshiba players)
Crayon Shin Chan 3 (Korean-only release)
Unreleased games
aMaze
Atari’s Greatest Hits
Battleship: Surface Thunder
Boggle
Breakout
Bugdom
Bust-A-Move 4
Dragon’s Lair
Dragon’s Lair II: Time Warp
The Game of Life
Hoyle Card Games
Jeopardy
Knockout Kings
Madden NFL Football
Monopoly
Myst
Native II
Need For Speed II
New Scrabble
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure
Pong
RC de Go!
Risk 2
Riven
Shanghai: Mahjongg Essentials
Sorry!
Space Ace
Speedball 2100
Spider-Man
Star Trek: Invasion
Tiger Woods PGA Golf
Wheel of Fortune
Yahtzee
zCards
Collections and samplers
Interactive Sampler (three different versions)
NUON Games + Demos (collection from NUON-Dome)
NUON-Dome PhillyClassic 5 Demo Disc (giveaway collection)
Homebrew development
During late 2001, VM Labs released a homebrew SDK which allowed people to be able to program apps/games for their NUON system. Only the Samsung DVD-N501/DVDN504/DVDN505 and RCA DRC300N/DRC480N can load homebrew games. The Samsung DVDN-2000 and the Toshiba cannot.[citation needed] The RCA DRC300N and RCA DRC480N cannot play commercial NUON games.[citation needed].
Homebrew releases
Several homebrew titles have been created for or ported to NUON. They are not commercially available and require the user to burn the material to a NUON-compatible CD-R.
Ambient Monsters
Atari / C64 Video Game Music Player
Atari 800 Emulator
Atari 2600 PacMan (hacked version of VLM’s Chomp)
BOMB
Breakout
Chomp (sample game included with the second NUON SDK)
Decaying Orbit (port of the Yaroze game)
Doom (port of the shareware edition)
PacMan – Tournament Edition (hacked version of VLM’s Chomp)
SameGame – Colors
SameGame – Shapes
Sheshell’s Sea Adventure
Snake
Synth Demo
Yaroze Classics (features Katapila, Invs & BreakDown)
References
Jump up ^ “Genesis Microchip to buy assets of bankrupted DVD chip supplier”. Eetimes.com. Retrieved 2011-09-20.
External links
http://www.nuon-dome.com/
http://www.vmlabs.de/ NUON Alumni Page
http://www.nuon-eternal.8m.com/
[show] v t e
Video game consoles
Categories: DVDSixth-generation video game consoles
Navigation menu
Create accountLog inArticleTalkReadView sourceView history

Main page
Contents
Featured content
Current events
Random article
Donate to Wikipedia
Wikimedia Shop
Interaction
Help
About Wikipedia
Community portal
Recent changes
Contact page
Tools
What links here
Related changes
Upload file
Special pages
Permanent link
Page information
Data item
Cite this page
Print/export
Create a book
Download as PDF
Printable version
Languages
Français
日本語
Português
Svenska
Edit links
This page was last modified on 16 March 2014 at 19:25.

TIME TO BUY MERCHANDISE!!!

shirt

Time to buy merchandise

Custom made shirts, only $50

Great way to brag to friends and loved ones about the greatest Website of all time.

Thank you for your support.

Pizza

Finished Pizza

Finished Pizza

Notice the pizza is not perfectly round becuse it did not get mended properly

Notice the pizza is not perfectly round becuse it did not get mended properly

This from later in the day notice the pizza is not all the way round because I did not mend it properly...still taste great.

This from later in the day notice the pizza is not all the way round because I did not mend it properly…still taste great.

chris the cook 048 chris the cook 063 chris the cook 022 chris the cook 045This was the pizza I intended to make

Happy White Chef Carrying A Pizza Pie On A Stove Shovel Stock Photo – 6792903

It’s a pizza time, Dude! Yeah Dawg!!

Today is Wednesday, May 30th. Today, like everyday, I plan to cook something good in the kitchen….will she love it? Who knows, even if she does, the title says she won’t so I think we will keep everything consistent….

So let’s start with the fact that home-made pizza costs more than Little Ceasar’s $5 Pizza, or even a Tombstone Pizza. I have no idea why, but if you are doing this cooking thing to save money, I will stop you right now and tell you to get in the car and make a Caesar’s run. You could probably even grab some bread sticks or cheese bread and come out ahead. I will guess my recipe will cost you in the $12 to $14 range but taste as good as a Lupi’s pizza. If you are looking for an easy pizza recipe that will deliver a pizza as good as a Lupi’s Pizza, then keep reading below.

I will start with a pre-made crust from Pillsbury. You could buy a mix, or use flour and yeast to make the crust, but I have had very little luck doing it the hard way (this would save you $3 or so since a package of pizza dough is about 59 cents in comparison).

Also, the clean-up of flour is not fun. On the other hand, making it this way is more fun and authentic, so if you have a wife that loves to clean the kitchen, go for it… the directions are on the bag. Follow them to the T, then come back and finish up with my directions.

Okay, let’s get started. Here is what you will need for the pizza:

Pizza pan or cake pan…very important, some people don’t have one of these. If you buy one, get a non-stick pan. It will make life easier.
one tube of pizza crust, sold next to biscuit tubes in Dairy. (I got Pillsbury, for some reason Bi-Lo Brand does not rise very well).
some spaghetti or pizza sauce (They are essentially the same. Pizza Sauce is slightly thicker but it costs more, and you can use spaghetti Sauce later in the week if you close the jar tightly and put it in the fridge)
1/2 pound of hamburger
1/2 onion (chop up the other 1/2, and freeze can be used later)
1 green pepper
sliced portobello mushrooms
1 to 2 packs of mozzarella cheese
olive oil
Crisco
Okay, let’s get started…This should make a huge Pizza that will feed 6 or so people. We got about 10 big slices out of it, leftovers for a few days…especially if you add a salad. (My wife didn’t get one, and she let me know how important a salad is. Interesting trivia: adding a salad is a cost saving idea if you are trying to feed several people, since vegetables will trick their stomachs into feeling full, leaving more pizza for you. Make sure to brag about this great salad, then even put some on your plate so they think that salads are great, or use salad bowls, leaving you with four slices and everyone else with one, they will never wise up to this trick.)

**Before we start, this is for a hamburger, onion, mushroom, and green pepper pizza. I have found that over 5 toppings does not make a good pizza.
Also I chose the above toppings because they where in the fridge, you can go with whatever you want…
Here is the recipe:

First, pre-heat the oven to 400 Degrees.
Now use the Crisco to grease the pizza pan (I use a paper towel to keep it off my hands)
Now put the pizza crust on the pizza pan. There should be a cut in the dough so that it can roll out. Then you will need to spread the dough out and mend together any spaces/holes if you don’t do this correctly. The crust will separate, as you will see in my pizza.
Very important: this is a step that I never knew to do. Once the oven is preheated, set timer to 8 minutes. (If you don’t do this then your crust will not cook correctly it will still be raw under the sauce.)
Put the crust in the oven on the middle shelf.
Get a skillet out and cook the hamburger.
Drain the grease from the hamburger.
Now chop the green pepper.(Don’t forget to cut out the heart. That’s the thing with seeds on it)
(I decided to pre-cook all the vegetables, but whether you want to do it is up to you. I have down it both ways, but I think this way is better).
Now take the skillet and put some olive oil in it.
Cook the green pepper and put it on the side.
Now get out the onion and chop it.
Cook the onion and put it on the side.
Now take the sliced mushrooms.

Cook the mushrooms and put them off to the side.
Once the pizza is pre-cooked, spread about a 1/2 cup of sauce on it. Spread it in a circular motion, then put the meat, onions, peppers, and mushrooms on the pizza.
Now its time to put the cheese on the pizza. I have found that one bag is not enough you will need another 1/4 a bag. Also, mozzarella is the best for pizza.
Set the timer for another 10 minutes…and put the pizza in the oven on the middle shelf.
Take it out of the oven, and let it sit for about 5 minutes.
Now move the pizza from the pan to a cutting board. If you cut it on the pan you might damage the it. You know what your pan can handle.
Slice and serve.

Notice the pizza is not perfectly round because it did not get mended properly
“Pizza, be done, Perfection”

I was sitting here on the couch; you see….

I was sitting here on the couch;you see and what do you know about life and all.

My Wife came up with a fancy new recipe call chips with cheese on top.

you will need for this meal:

$2 bag of corn Chips, she says a $4 bag will work as well

1 Bag of Nice Brand Cheese, she says any brand will work

1 Microwave safe bowl

To make this open bag of chips and grab a handfull or 2

next grab bag of cheese, try not to rip bag down the side, you will need 1 handfull of the cheese

put in bowl

put bowl in microwave for 30 seconds(any longer will burn down microwave)

after done eating leave bowl with harden cheese for husband to scrape clean.

Hope you enjoy 

Frico cheese crisps

The Greatest Adventurer Of All Time (The Exodus, pt. II).

What!?! How could they do this to our show…this guy knows how to blogith on the Sliders…go to http://www.Earthprime.com for his more recent reviews…he be a wise man….Now it’s time to cook my next meal

Think of a Roulette Wheel

They were so close.

There we were, at the bottom of the pit.

And lo, we were handed a shovel.

Last week’s episode, “The Exodus, Part One,” was just another episode of Sliders. It is, perhaps obviously, this week’s episode that changes everything. What I’m trying to convey is the fact that it’s hard to separate myself from this entry. It’s hard for all of us, as Sliders fans, to separate ourselves from these two episodes. They remain with us. But god damn it, I’m going to try to withhold feelings— those feelings that are so deeply rooted. If you’re a true fan of Sliders, this is the episode that you never forget seeing, and it’s never a pleasant memory. But some of you haven’t ever seen these two episodes before. Good. I’m glad to be here for you.

Let’s get to it.

But it’s hard, isn’t it? Sliders has…

View original post 2,471 more words