• 2 years 6 months ago
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    Could have also been early 90's. The show used to come on everyday and talked about chemistry, math, and all sorts of scientific concepts. What stood out is how the show would use 3d graphics to explain all the concepts. Like the episode about electrons and neutrons had all kinds of cool 3d simulations of how they interact with each other and how atoms are formed. I know someone has to remember this. I'm dying to watch this show again. :o
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      • 2 years 5 months ago
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      Hmm, if you aren't talking about 3 2 1 Contact, there was also another show that was aired on PBS stations during instructional television day time blocks. I'm unsure of the name, but I do recall it. I think it was probably produced by TV Ontario. That one used CG during the majority of the program.


      There was also another science show called 'Eureka' from the 80's, but that one was completely hand drawn animation.
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        • 2 years 5 months ago
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        Try this site. The show you're looking for might be listed on here, but I cannot guarantee it.

        http://www.rickstv.com/tvo/
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          • 2 years 5 months ago
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          Thanks Hordak! Even if none of these are it, that is a great treasure trove of vintage educational television.
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            • 2 years 5 months ago
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            That they are. Some of the shows listed on the page I remember while many were before my time.
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