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Glen Keane is an animator that has worked for Disney on projects like The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Pocahontas, Tangled, and Wreck It Ralph, and his career stretches back as far as the 1973 Star Trek: The Animated Series. At Google's I/O conference this week, Keane debuted a short animated film using a strange and antiquated technique: 2D animation. If you kids want to see how people used to make cartoons before Pixar and Adobe Flash existed, check out the quaint video below, titled The Duet.
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