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Short film: 'D.A.D.: Digital Amusement Device'

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Cartoon Brew has posted D.A.D.: Digital Amusement Device by Mark Osberg, a brief CGI film.

In this short tale a father tries to encourage his son to overcome his fears and shows that even in this digital age that the trials of parenthood remain constant.

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In other news, men are becoming robots:

“It was mind-blowing. I really felt like I was there, moving around,” he says. “At one point the connection failed. One of the researchers picked the robot up to see what the problem was and I was like, ‘Oi, put me down!’”

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a retired former librarian from North Hollywood, California, interested in general anthropomorphics