The computers were used by the donors in the design and production of high end visual effects for commercials and television series. The computers were also used for the development of software to make this task easier, more flexible and in the creation of innovative effects - including the ‘Eddie’ software (specs by Chris Godfrey, code by Bruno Nicoletti).
Chris Godfrey and Zareh Nalbandian purchased the Sydney arm of the Video Paintbrush Co. in 1991 and Animal Logic was created. Animal Logic ...
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