Video Image Processor 1973

‘Turn your sets to color, now!’
- Dan Sandin

‘From 1971 to 1973, Dan Sandin designed the Sandin Image Processor, an analog computer for real-time manipulation of video inputs. The design was based on the Moog synthesizer.  He combined it with real-time computer graphics and synthesized music and performed visual concerts.’


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