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 n.— «Remember the movie Toy Story? Well, when Pixar did the rendering on that, they created their own supercomputer to do it. The supercomputer in question was dozens of rack-mounted Sun workstations sans monitors and with their cpus replaced by Ross hyperSPARCs. They called it the RenderWall.» —“newsletter selections” by mtucker@world.std.com (Michael Jay Tucker) Usenet: comp.unix.solaris July 30, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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