Pixar Goes Commercial…
An article from Computer Graphics World, circa June 1986. $125K for the entry level, in mid-1980’s dollars. You still needed a host (Sun-2 at the time was a good choice) and, if I recall, a display device. There’s… Read More
This is what I had on my desk when I arrived at Pixar. A Sun-2 (the CPU cabinet is ‘desk side’) and a Barco monitor. 640 x 480. That optical mouse was great, so much better than the… Read More
Wasting Time – TheraPutty
Yes, so many other things I could be doing, but this is more important – using a webcam, some Mathematica, and therapy putty. Somehow, as I age, I keep accidentally hurting myself. I know, weird right? So, while… Read More
Medical Imaging, 1986 Style.
I was going through some slides for a talk today and I stumbled on this one from 1986 of a tool I wrote for analyzing cardiac ejection fraction. You can tell it’s old because it’s in black and… Read More