super early computer animation
July 10, 2011
"Chips in Space," from my friend and old University of Oregon prof Ken O'Connell.
Ken writes, "It is based upon 512 chips of color. Each corner of the cube is a primary red, yellow and blue and cyan, magenta and yellow, and then black and white to form the eight corners.
"My friend, Terry Beyer, was a programmer in the computer science department and did all the programming on an Apple II computer."
Some great music, too.