John Whitney’s “Catalog” (1961)

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John Whitney was an American animator, who is considered by many to be one of the fathers of computer animation. In 1960, he founded Motion Graphics Incorporated, and used a mechanical analogue computer to create title sequences and commercials. In 1961, he assembled a record of these visual effects and created a demo film he called, “Catalog.”

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