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The Dangers of Glitzness and Other Visulations Faux Pas
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1 minute and 2 seconds

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The Dangers of Glitziness and Other Visualization Faux Pas is a animation made by Wayne Lytle in 1993. It was for Cornell University and Siggraph.

Summary/DesriptionEdit

The user opens a program and puts to much glitzness on. The user results in a glitz buffer overflow. This animation seems to simulate a computer program. There is seven opitions and a glitz bar. 

Trivia/GoofsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This animation is a parody of scientific visualizations.
  • The word glitz means flashiness.

Media InfluencesEdit

  • The computer OS appears to be a mix of the orginal Apple Macintosh System Software(System 1) for the Macintosh 128K and the Windows 3.1 OS

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