Tag Archives: animation

Turkish teletext pages shown after hours on Show TV, taken from this video. Unknown year.

De la Lorraine animation for Musée de la Cour d’Or by Philippe Apeloig, 2004.

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All works in this post by Julian Hespenheide, 2023. link

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A beer animation for the VT100 terminal. Unknown author and date. More VT100 here and here.

MAXHEAD2, a Max Headroom ANSI animation with speech synthesis from 1986. Executable available here. Unknown author.

via the excellent ulan-bator.tumblr.com.

Chaos Movie by BIT8, 2020. This is actually text-mode, although a very enhanced one. It uses the German videotex standard BTX that has several character sets/fonts and allows 94 customized characters (in multiple colours) and various effects, useful for animation. The CEPT videotex standard was modelled on BTX.

The animation runs on a Commodore 64 using an official BTX-peripheral, which is basically a little computer in itself.

Graphic Variations on Telidon by Pierre Moretti, 1979 or 1980. Telidon was a Canadian videotex service with textmode and vector graphics and Moretti was the first professional artist to work with Telidon.

Video saved here, just in case. Previously featured here.

Works by Nigel Cottier from his Instagram. h/t: TYPE01

More posts on Cottier.

A very sheep game by Adel Faure, 2022 using his Jgs font. And a very cheap gif. Runs in the browser. More posts.