BEFLIX

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BEFLIX is the name of the first specialised computer animation language, invented by Ken Knowlton at Bell Labs in 1963. The name derives from a combination of Bell Flicks.

A series of computer-animated films called Poemfields was created by Stan Vanderbeek at Bell Labs between 1966 and 1969, using BEFLIX.

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