The Incredible Machine (Bell Labs)
|The Incredible Machine|
|Directed by||Paul Cohen|
|Written by||Paul Cohen|
Owen Murphy Productions
|Distributed by||Bell Telephone Laboratories|
The Incredible Machine is a 1968 American short documentary film directed by Paul Cohen. It showcases the Graphic 2 created by Bell Labs, as well as much researching into early icon representations, visual processing, music and speech synthesis. It features a pdp-7 that Ken Thompson later created Unix on.
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