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Early 1980s Special Effects and Computer Graphics

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Help us caption and translate this video on Amara.org: http:www.amara.orgenvB1rPEarly 1980s Special Effects and Computer Graphics from the television show "Wired In," offering a look at the technological trends and innovations of the 1980s. You can watch the full video here:http:mediaburn.orgVideo-Preview.128.0.html?&uid=53Help us caption & translate this video!http:amara.orgvB1rP

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