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Computer animation in 1961: Stanford Card Stunt Program

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Published on Sep 20, 2009

A short documentary film about the first digital computer program that allowed graphic designers to create raster-based two-dimensional color animations.

At Stanford University in 1961, Larry Breed and Earl Boebert developed the Stanford Card Stunt Program to automate what had been a time-consuming manual process for student volunteers.

Few published histories of computer animation mention this pioneering software.

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