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Alan Kay presenting Ivan Sutherland’s 1963′s Sketchpad

Sunday, September 14th, 2008


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Reciprocity’s “Bending Light” set on flickr has a large number of amazing photographs made by passing light through objects directly onto 35mm film


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Reciprocity’s “Bending Light” set on flickr has a large number of amazing photographs made by passing light through objects directly onto 35mm film


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Reciprocity’s “Bending Light” set on flickr has a large number of amazing photographs made by passing light through objects directly onto 35mm film


Alan Kay presenting in 1987 Ivan Sutherland’s Sketchpad – one of the most influential software programs in the history of user interface design. Entire video here

“I once asked Ivan Sutherland how could you have possibly done the first interactive graphics program, sickness the first non-procedural programming language and first object oriented software system all in one year. He said, ‘Well, I didn’t know it was hard’”

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