Les Howarth · Communications · Realtime Images Telling your stories—by design
1980
As "Mixed Media" I created some of the first UK originated games for the TRS-80 home computer
1981
Created painting, design and 3D software for the BBC Micro
1982
Delivered Computer based presentation system based on the BBC Micro
1982,83
Authored a series of books for Usborne Publishing
1983
"Hylo Havoc" - a promotional computer game for Manchester Airport
1984
"Mixed Media" became Real-Time Presentations Ltd
1984
Real-Time provided Animated quiz material and titles for TV games Shows
1985
Created a PC based video paint/animation system.
1985
3D Animations projects / Live events
1987
Logo animation for the UK launch of IBM OS/2
1988
Consultant to British Aerospace Systems on a computer animation project
1990
Touch-screen news display for City of London Investment co window display
1991
Real-Time Presentations Ltd evolved into Real-Time Images(unlimited)
1991
Built a new animation system based around the new Autodesk "3D Studio"
1992
Created "Undersea Rescue" game for an exhibition promo
1993
Developed software captioning system for a Cable TV station.
1995
Development of "Asagi" interactive tutorial system for Autotrain
1996
Created "Inspector More" plant safety game for HSC
1997
Web design consultant for BT Networks Business News Portal net project
1997
Created "Vic" an award winning 3D Animated cartoon character for BritVic & PepsiCo training film
1998
Switched video production to digital.
1999
Consolidated all facilites in house for one-stop multi-media production
2000
Presented a lecture to British Computer Society -"PC's, Special Effects and the movies"
2005
Upgraded equipment and software for HD Production.
2006
Designed & Built "Stepping Stones Into Work " website for DWP
2007
Extended Stepping Stones and Developed spin-off sites ParentZone and JobsTrain 
2008
More great clients, more projects, lights, cameras, action - more everything.
2010
Converted the "Sylhet-Times" and BME-Voice newspapers and archives to online publications.
2011
Moved the hyphen to between Realtime and Images - The adventure continues...
2014
Removed the hyphen altogether