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Desc:Episode IV
Category:Classic Movies, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:Star Wars, CGI, Larry Cuba, wireframe, backfacing polygons
Submitted:Albuquerque Halsey
Date:04/03/08
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Comment count is 15
AgentOrange
Wow, I've never seen Star Wars in such shitty quality.
mouser
Think about it. This is circa 1976-1977. It was totally unheard of.

The computer looks like the Calcomp architectural system my father once used.
kiint
DIALS!
Repomancer
Hey, I go back to dial boxes. They're not so bad for multiple-axis control, really. The ones I used were nicer than those, to be sure.

Baby Finster
I believe this is an early example of a stencil buffer.
citrusmirakel
This scene would be better if they'd remove the backfacing polygons.


Spastic Avenger
That was brilliant.
Cube
FINALLY something nerdy enough for me. Star Wars + old computers.
Caminante Nocturno
By the year 2020, everyone will have technology like this in their homes.
Big Beef Burritos Supreme
Then came the NGage
Comrade Admiral
I didn't realize ulililia was that old.
theSnake
This is some Grade A Beardery.
Harveyjames
Wow, that's some sophisticated stuff, using a pen to plot the nodes like that. The whole thing is really cool!
Hodge
Is this man related to Steve Sutton or Ullillilia?
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