OZ-LOGO is the generic name of a "Tiny"version of LOGO I implemented for the Australian 8-bit microcomputer the MicroBee in 1983. (The microBee was based on the Z-80 8-bit microprocessor). OZ-LOGO was marketed by Applied Technology on a 2K ROM.
The OZ-LOGO Screen Robot (NAKI).
As in traditional line-oriented logo - the NAKI could leave a trail - as it moved from tile to tile. The trail was made up of dump tiles.
The dump tiles used for trail-marking were created as the thumb image of the naki territory, if a cell in the territory was marked, then the corresponding pixel in the thumb was set. Of course, a tile could be exploded to full-size, using either a standard black tile, or the current dump character.
THE EXPLODED NAKI - - - - - - - - - - - NAKI-RECURSIVE NAKI
ReferencesE.Jacquin, A novel fractal block-coding technique for digital images, IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 1992, Vol 1, No 1, pp 18-30.