Richard Shoup & SuperPaint
Richard Shoup (1943−2015) won an Emmy and a Technical Oscar for his foundational work in computer graphics and the development of the early graphics system, SuperPaint. The system created graphics for projects as diverse as NASA's Pioneer Venus program and children's television programs on San Francisco's KQED. This lecture by Shoup was recorded in January 2000.
This episode is part of our From the Archives podcast.