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Desc:Animation Computer from 1970
Category:Science & Technology, Arts
Tags:animation, computer animation, MIT, genesys
Submitted:Raggamuffin
Date:12/08/15
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fedex
man that is one sexy, industrial terminal.

Stars for pen-based motion capture and real-time path conversion
betabox
Incredibly cool, but it'd take someone with a lot of skill to be able to draw on the desk while looking at the screen and come up with anything decent looking.

But then, there are some amazing people out there.

Boomer The Dog
That was excellent, and faster response than my tablet on a 2.8 ghz Pentium, 40 year later. To draw well, you need instant response, not lag.

Very nice for what I envisioned for 1970, setting animation coordinates by keyboard is what I'd seen. This was a time of fast change in electronics, look at magazines like Popular Electronics at Archive, around 1970 there were many new parts and circuits every month, and big changes, like from tube to transistor and IC.

Boomer
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