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Desc:Ed Catmull's 1972 CGI demo reel
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Science & Technology
Tags:3D, Pixar, good cgi, ed catmull
Submitted:erratic
Date:09/04/11
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Comment count is 6
WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2011-09-04
Wow, I can't believe they had stencil buffers back then!
MrBuddy - 2011-09-04
And it was 3 years before the Utah teapot too. This may be the earliest example of a computer generated, uncanny valley captured on film.

fluffy - 2011-09-05
I know the stencil buffers are a stupid in-joke but the basis of stencil buffer-based algorithms do actually date back that far. None of those were used in this video though.

MyNameIsUnimportant - 2011-09-04
Is this music period-accurate?
memedumpster - 2011-09-04
Had I seen this in 1972 it would have blown my mind clean out of the weed/acid bathwater my brain would constantly be existing in.
oddeye - 2011-09-05
My socks would have been blown clean out of my bellbottom flairs.

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