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2024 May 30 07:31:48
Hi all, it's almost June.  Guess what!?  I've got my 'arcade' room almost set up, to a point where I can actually sit down in front of my Amigas to play games!!!  I am keen to start up GOTHEM again, and plan to post a couple of new games this weekend!


2024 May 28 13:55:52
Amazing New Things are happening on the forum!


2023 Dec 03 18:01:16
Sadly.. GOTHEM has.... For the present!


2023 Nov 29 19:04:54
Last chance! Get those GOTHEM's in!


2023 Nov 01 21:48:53
November GOTHEM now live!  Have fun!  ;D

Author Topic: Amiga + Video Toaster = Emmy Award. Babylon 5's Use of Visual Effects on TV !  (Read 20886 times)

Offline Marcio D.

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The visual effects for Babylon 5's pilot were provided by a studio named Foundation Imaging, using a series of Commodore Amiga computers and NewTek's Video Toaster technology.  For their work on the pilot, Foundation Imaging won the 1993 Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement In Special Visual Effects.

Two of the show's principal actors give their impressions of the revolutionary technology.

Bruce Boxleitner:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvVyq4tNmjU

Claudia Christian:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xM0znz5JWQg

Only Amiga makes it possible !


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