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Beach Chair (film test)

beach chair
Directed by Eben Ostby
Produced by Eben Ostby
Written by Eben Ostby
Release dates 1986

Beach Chair was a short computer animation test clip created by animator Eben Ostby for Pixar in 1986. It depicts a chair walking across the sand, dipping its leg into the water, and then moving along.[1] Ostby made the project, with the feedback of John Lasseter, to work out details of rendering software. It was exhibited at SIGGRAPH in Dallas in 1986, along with Lasseter's landmark computer-animated short Luxo Jr. and another test project, Flag and Waves by Bill Reeves.[2]

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  1. ^ David A. Price, The Pixar Touch (Vintage Books, 2009), ISBN 978-0-307-27829-6, p. 91. Excerpt available at Google Books.
  2. ^ A.M. Buckley, Pixar: The Company and Its Founders (ABDO, 2011), ISBN 978-1-61714-810-1, p.39. Excerpt available at Google Books.


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