»4-D Hyper Movie« by A. Michael Noll | i |
creators: A. Michael Noll
title: 4-D Hyper Movie
year: mid 1960s

video, b/w, computer-aided

artwork type: video, computer-generated

Words placed in 4D are then rotated and projected perspectively to 3D and then to 2D. The movie was digital computer animated in the mid 1960s at Bell Labs, and the technique was used to animate the title sequence of the CBS TV special “The Unexplained” — perhaps one of the earliest applications of computer animation for title sequences.

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