The official video for Money for Nothing also comes to mind.
That was “revolutionary” for the day, and artists (as always) were very eager to embrace it. Just as they are today.
Also, please remember that the first cinematic release of Star Wars – long before George Lucas thought of adding “Episode IV” – was produced using no computer graphics at all … other than a brief Tektronix graphics display on the console of a Rebel fighter. This was “the state of the art” at that time, and it was absolutely revolutionary. (koff, koff … wheeze …) Nobody who walked into that theater had ever seen anything remotely like it. Because it had never existed before. The envelope had not just been “pushed,” but “teleported.”
(koff, koff …) You had to be there. “There it was, happening, right before your eyes.” Sorry you missed it.
P.S.: And when your grandkids get back from “experiencing” the latest thing on the neighborhood holodeck, which they completely take for granted, you just might be feeling the same way about technology as I do right now. Technology waits for no one.