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Desc:I wonder how much LSD this took to come up with
Category:Science & Technology, Arts
Tags:70s, CGI, 1974
Submitted:Cube
Date:09/18/13
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Comment count is 12
TeenerTot - 2013-09-18
Augh! It's that thing from The Adventures of Mark Twain!

1974? Wow. I would have thought this sort of thing didn't exist till the 1980s.
robotkarateman - 2013-09-18
The CGI for A New Hope was done just a year or two later.

Also, this probably took weeks to render and was filmed directly off of a monitor.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-09-18
What CGI was used in A New Hope? You mean the computer display for the briefing on how to destroy the Death Star?

robotkarateman - 2013-09-19
Yes. http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=33336

Sadly, the Larry Cuba tag is not linked.

chumbucket - 2013-09-18
Fueling nightmares since the early 70's
strangewink - 2013-09-18
Erotic.
dementomstie - 2013-09-18
It's the masks that Hexidecimal wore in Reboot!
ashtar. - 2013-09-18
Oh man, I loved that show. I wish they'd sort of remake it with a similar plot and characters, but with a new continuity and a fresh interpretation. Like, some sort of... can't think of the word.

MrBuddy - 2013-09-18
Emily Dickinson?

Anyway, it's best to keep in mind that computers in those days had less power than a Blu-ray player and because there was no mouse or graphics, all the models were typed in to a terminal with green text.
bopeton - 2013-09-18
Better than SecondLife.
Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2013-09-19
YOU WILL SEE SUCH PRETTY THINGS
Jet Bin Fever - 2013-09-20
Even Kraftwerk had to wait till 1985 to get graphics like that.
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