Who Needs A Lamborghini If You've Got An Sgi?Robert D. Hof
For years, pop artist Peter Max has used computers to create his famous graphics. But he was still not prepared for what he saw the first time he sat down at a Silicon Graphics Inc. workstation. A friend showed him how to create realistic 3-D images without picking up a brush. "I immediately went crazy," says Max. Now, he will use SGI gear to bring his art into the multimedia age--complete with sound and video. "With this equipment, my whole life will change," he declares.
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