High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert B. Ingebretsen
(30 March 1948 - 2 March 2003) was a pioneer in the development of
digital sound. As a teenager in the 1960s, Ingebretsen built robots
and primitive computers that could talk. As a University of Utah
graduate student in the early 1970s, Ingebretsen assisted Dr.
Thomas G. Stockham in the development of Stockham's restoration
technique for sound and images. This work led to RCA's Caruso-A
Legendary Performer that applied Stockham's restoration techniques
to acoustic recordings of opera great Enrico Caruso. Ingebretsen
worked with Pixar co-founder Ed Catmull in 1974 to produce one of
the first digital films, a 20-second portrait of a human hand.
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