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Desc:Strange documentary exploring the height of computer animation technology in 1982.
Category:Educational, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:documentary, computers, tron, computer animation
Submitted:baleen
Date:12/08/13
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Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2013-12-08
Intredasting.
FABIO - 2013-12-08
It's funny how the depiction of computers in movies has grown less glamorous as time goes on. I guess sort of how everyone in the 60s thought we'd be colonizing Jupiter by now.

80s: computers are gateways into alternate worlds, are sentient beings, and can create life.

90s: no longer magical Narnia portals (except virtual reality), but they control EVERYTHING! Hack the computers, control the world. Hacking via outlandish virtual reality graphics.

00s & beyond: tools to be hacked for mere real world info. Hacking is done via a lame 2D GUI now.
baleen - 2013-12-08
Ever see how computers are portrayed in CSI?

SolRo - 2013-12-08
that's how CSI portrays anything that uses electricity.

memedumpster - 2013-12-09
We have completely let the past down. I bet the Greeks thought we'd all be gods by now.

Monkey Napoleon - 2013-12-09
The Greeks might think we *were* gods. I think the only people who would be really disappointed are more recent. Say... 20th century people.

THA SUGAH RAIN - 2013-12-09
Would.
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