Man creates stop-motion animation with dot matrix printer art he created in 1982

As a teen in 1982, Denis-Carl Robidoux experimented with creating 3D graphics in Basic on his VIC-20 computer. His plan was to print out the results on a dot matrix printer and then use a Super8 film camera to capture each frame to make a stop-motion animation. He didn't get around to it, until now.

(via /rObscureMedia)