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Wed Jan 31 13:52:11 CST 2018
Was this the machine that Triple I/Autologic created to digitize old color film movies?
AFIK, it used lasers to scan the film and create digital color seps that were recombined later in the process. It was used in the Kate Winslett / Leonardo DiCaprio remake of "Titanic". Autologic even got a mention in the movie credits.
Autologic donated that machine to UCLA for their film preservation archive project.
> On Jan 31, 2018, at 11:27 AM, Lars Brinkhoff via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> Al Kossow wrote:
>>> SUPERFOONLY DESIGNED 1968-71
>>> 10,000 TTL IC'S
>>> 3 MIPS
>> Was this ever built? 10K ICs would have been bigger than the Livermore S-1.
> This says the Superfoonly was designed. Doesn't say it was actually
> built. Triple-I funded the construction of the updated design, the F1.
> "The original superfoonly was designed at Stanford, on an ARPA
> contract, but Dave Poole, Phil Pettit, and Jack Holloway. There was
> also a fourth whose role (I think) was to build the CAD system which
> was used for the design. He later went to work for DEC. DEC took the
> foonly design and lobotomized it, which became the KL10. The other
> three came to Triple-I with a proposal to build an updated version of
> the original design (using ECL instead of TTL).
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