Peanut butter and jelly. Milk and cookies. Netflix and chill. Animation and... a teapot. Like any other famous pairing, the field of computer graphics wouldn't be the same without its iconic counterpart: the Utah teapot. This unlikely household object changed the game in the '70s, undoubtedly becoming the most famous teapot in the world. It's okay if you're still confused.
I'm A Computer Algorithm, Short And Stout
I Spy A Teapot
The World's Most Famous Teapot: The Utah Teapot
Tom Scott visits the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, to see the world's most famous teapot.
History Of The Teapot
What does a teapot have to do with 3D graphics? Hear the history with Udacity.
The Fascinating History of Animation
We've come a long way. Dive into the begining of animation with Mark Quigley in this video from UCLA.
Key Facts In This Video
Some historians estimate that more than 80-90% of silent films have been lost. 00:58
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