The iconic music video for “Money for Nothing” by Dire Straits is one of the most memorable of all time. Released in 1985, the video was groundbreaking in its use of computer-generated imagery. It featured the band performing in a room with a wall of TVs playing a variety of content, including news broadcasts and cartoons. The video also featured a character known as “The Chippie” who lip-synced to the song. The Chippie was a computer-generated character, and the first of its kind to appear in a music video. The video was an instant success, winning several awards and becoming one of the most popular music videos of all time. It is often credited with helping to popularize computer-generated imagery in music videos, and is a classic example of how the medium can be used to create an entertaining and memorable experience.