023 > RAL Lecture
Above: Tony Pritchett and 'The Chilton Atlas' (console). The 'Atlas Laboratory' was situated at Harwell A.E.R.E. (which is now home to The Rutherford Appleton Laboratory). Photo by Nigel Kellaway.

023 > RAL Lecture

Professor David Duce, Dr Victoria Marshall and myself gave a lecture on how (we think!) Tony Pritchett made Britain's first piece of computer animation, The Flexipede. The talk was based…

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Tony Pritchett (1937-2017), was a British computer animation pioneer and Whovian, who left us at his humanist funeral service to the sound of The Tardis dematerialising. I will miss him a lot.

010 > Doctor Who

In 1967, it’s highly likely that Tony Pritchett would've been tuning into ‘The Faceless Ones’. During this time, he was also making a two-minute film called 'The Flexipede', which is…

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