DescriptionFilm is an overview of a variety of work in computer graphics at Bell Laboratories, both scientific and artistic, during the period 1964-1968.
This film contains technical discussions of the process of loading and running program tapes. It compares pixellation to the Pointillism method of drawing/painting, and touches on voice and auditory nerve simulation, as well as methods for programming vocal characteristics to mimic computer speech.. Graphic 1 applied to CAD, contains footage of forms being read by a scanner.
PublisherOwen Murphy Productions
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