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Submission + - Kinect's grandaddy running on an Apple IIe in 1978 (youtube.com)

An anonymous reader writes: 30 years before words like performance capture, augmented reality, or avatars were around — let alone commonplace — experimental film and video artist Tom DeWitt created a system that features aspects of all of them. Pantomation let users interact in real-time with a digital environment and props. It was built using Apple IIe's, analog video gear, and lots of custom hacking and patching. He's currently working on a holographic 3D system that's similarly ahead of its time.
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Kinect's grandaddy running on an Apple IIe in 1978

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