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Tim Jenison is best known to the CoCo community as the author of the original CoCoMax paint program. He was also credited by the DS-69 Digisector owner's manual as a contributor to both to the product's hardware and software.
Later, he founded NewTek, which produced the DigiView video digitizer for the Commodore Amiga, which worked in a similar way to the DS-69, and had an optional automated color filter wheel for producing color images.