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From Youtube.com - Posted: Aug 11, 2009 - 99,784 viewsGame | Japan Computer Graphics Lab 1984 | Japan Computer Graphics Lab 1984
Japan Computer Graphics Lab 1984
Japan Computer Graphics Lab 1984
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Demo reel from the Japan Computer Graphics Lab circa 1984. Quite a few flying logos, along with segments from the Lensman animated movie.

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