Just As I Thought

When graphics were made with knobs

Remember “The Electric Company?” “Sergeant Pepper?” How about all those cool shiny, revolving and pulsing “computer” graphics on television in the 70s and early 80s? Take a step back in time at Dave Sieg’s Scanimate Files and learn all about the Scanimate, the analog animation computer that enabled the revolution in video graphics. The output of this machine was surprisingly good, but had the same requirement as the digital graphics of today – it requires a talented designer. Watch some of the video clips – trust me, you’ll remember these graphics when you see them!

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