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An infographic look at the evolution of road construction from ancient times to modern day

Over kilometres of paved roads crisscross Australia. The extensive road network is the preferred way of getting around our country, with stats

▶ History of Computer Graphics (1972) - YouTube

History of Computer Graphics History of Computer Graphics Forget it Mother Nature, look at what the machines can do.

'It’s a Bird', A Stop-Motion Short From 1930 in Which a Bird Eats a Car and Gets Knocked Out by a Talking Worm

'It’s a Bird', A Stop-Motion Short From 1930 in Which a Bird Eats a Car and Gets Knocked Out by a Talking Worm

Excerpt from a bizarre early stop-motion animation piece featuring Charley Bowers and a metal-eating bird. The creature devours junk from an auto scrapyard, .

Accession: C07.13182    Title: Grass    Creator: Charles A. Csuri, Computer Graphics Research Group (CGRG), Thomas DeFanti  Date: 1972

Accession: Title: Grass Creator: Charles A. Csuri, Computer Graphics Research Group (CGRG), Thomas DeFanti Date: 1972 Type: Real-time art Hardware:.

Early computer graphics research by NASA.

Early computer graphics research by NASA.

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Demo reel from the Japan Computer Graphics Lab circa Quite a few flying logos, along with segments from the Lensman animated movie.

Excerpt from short 16mm abstract animation by Jules Engel. This film was preserved by Center for Visual Music, a non-profit archive dedicated to Visual Music, experimental animation and abstract media.  For more about CVM's collections and programs please visit www.centerforvisualmusic.org  This film travels in our "Essential Visual Music: Rare Classics" program.

Celebration by Jules Engel (excerpt) Excerpt from short abstract animation by Jules Engel. This film was preserved by Center for Visual Music, a non-profit archive dedicated to Visual Music, experimental…

Early Computer Graphics

Old computer art

Film Strip by Stan Brakhage. Image Courtesy of the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Not a fruit roll-up! Film Strip by Stan Brakhage. Image Courtesy of the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Early Computer Graphics Lab - 3D modeling & animation

Computer Graphics Lab Modeling & Animation of King Tiger Tank - a boring film by Nick England (what can I say - back then thi.

Ed Catmull 1972

Ed Catmull 1972

One of the First Computer-Generated Films, from 1963 - AT Archives

One of the First Computer-Generated Films. Created in 1963 by Edward E. Zajac, a programmer at Bell Labs from 1954 to the animation was made to demonstrate a theoretical satellite that used gyroscopes to maintain an Earth-facing orientation.

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