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This is the Philco Predicta of vintage computing. From the X-Y scale on the monitor, to the dials, I'd guess this is an analog computer
AKAT-1 Polish made analog computer from the 1960?s my husband would go nuts over #cartoon| http://cartoon215.blogspot.com
AKAT-1 Polish made analog computer from the 1960′s...It's so futuristic and old at the same time,i love it.
AKAT-1 Polish made analog computer from the 1960′s - a part of me wishes computers still looked like this.
#vintagecomputers #techvana Gee I miss my old computer ..um..desk..um .. computerdesk!?!
Akat-1 early computer signal mixer ~ analog device from Poland, 1960s
This is the AKAT-1, a Polish made analog computer from the 1960’s
AKAT-1, polish analog computer, 1960s
AKAT-1, a 1960s analog computer.
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Humancomputer: computers made for cats that look like cats. #cats #computer
Cat computer. I hope this is what Apple has in store for 2014.
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≧◔◡◔≦ Computador gatuno / Cat computer.
(9) Cat computer | Sumally (サマリー)
hahahah RANDO!!! Cat computer
Cat computer ✭ in the mood
Cat computer Tess lol
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Great InfoGraphics on Programming Languages - Codeplaza
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1883: Ada Lovelace was credited with writing the first computer programming language; she wrote an algorithm for the Analytical Engine. Too bad they scrapped the project, Computer Science would have had a 100 years head start!
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#John Pereless: The History of Programming Languages #Infographic | In 1883, Ada Lovelace was credited with creating the first computer programming language. She wrote the algorithm for the Analytical Engine (early mechanical computer.
http://www.celebritiesjewelry.com/people-style/allison-mcgevna-inside-allies-world-rocking-fab-new-years-eve-look/ A brief history of computer programming languages #infographic
A brief history of computer programming languages #infographic This would be handy to know. :)
A brief history of computer programming languages #infographic https://goo.gl/nREtJu
Historia-de-los-Lenguajes-de-Programacions by Maestro de la Computacion, via Flickr
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The work of Jeffrey Stephenson who creates computers that are unlike any you've ever seen. His Aerodyne is no exception. It's a mini PC with an Intel Core i3 processor, and its Intel HD 3000 graphics processor will make it suitable for any home theater.
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The Aerodyne casemod by Jeffery Stephenson. Clearly a computer, and clearly gorgeous.
Custom-built Art Deco computer. Designed by Jeffery Stephenson.
Modernist fan-less PC case. @Alan Dennis
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vintage computing '67
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I think technically it's not a computer but a terminal but I may be wrong. ||| vintage computing '67 #retro #computers #gaming #techvana
A computer of the 1960s. Not gonna lie - I'd completely configure a modern computer desk to look like this.
vintage computing '67 work station for a huge main frame.
Vintage computing '67 : retro-space
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Fisher Price Airplane 1960s I loved the one I had Love this vintage Mr. Potato Head from the 1960s. vintage computing '67 Paddle ball, another el cheapo toy. Fun, but they did tend to break almost immediately!
Texas Instruments "Speak & Spell" popper vintage computing '67
The Internet Imagined in 1969
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The gender stereotypes might be backward-looking (we'll make up for it later in the day), but the technological vision is on the mark, right down to email, e-commerce and online banking. Of course, these weren't the only people imagining an electronic, connected world during the 1960s.
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Vintage Computing and an IBM Selectric typewriter with changeable font "heads." Changed my organizational life with the ability to make larger font sizes on Avery file labels.
Vintage computing and an IBM Selectric typewriter with changeable font "heads."
Vintage Computing ... How 'bout that desktop?! (space age, atomic era)
Vintage Computing #retro #computers #gaming #techvana
Vintage computing. Drifting away from the typewriter.
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Vintage Computing. Early 70's
Vintage Computing.1950s Ipad
Big computer, big hair.
'More and more the computer will take the place of the human brain'
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"the computer will more and more take the place of the human brain" Retro-futurism in French Children’s Encyclopedias, 1945-1975 - Retronaut
rhea137: Retro-futurism in French Children’s Encyclopedias, 1945-1975 | Retronaut ‘More and more the computer will take the place of the human brain’
Touch screen technology prediction in French children encyclopedias (1945-1975)
Retro-futurism in French Children's Encyclopedias, 1945-1975 - Retronaut
Retro futuristic stylus -> touch-screens of yesterday! :D
vintage computers, the future from the past
retro-futuristic, Computer brain
#retro #computer #lightpen
retro futuristic computers
The Atari 2600 VCS had several variants as a pioneer in cartridge-based game…
Vintage Atari 2600 ad. "Don't watch TV tonight. Play it!" (Atari 2600 VCS)
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Vintage Atari 2600 ad. "Don't watch TV tonight. Play it!" (Atari 2600 VCS) BTW...for the best game cheats, tips, check out: http://cheating-games.imobileappsys.com/
Vintage Atari 2600 ad. Dont watch TV tonight. Play it! (Atari 2600 VCS) NEW ...... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_V-tsP_ptQ ....... #interserver #interservercoupon #couponinterserver #interserverhosting #interservervps #vps #hosting #webhosting #internet #computer
A look at the Atari 2600 VCS: images of console variants, joysticks, accessories, print ads #atari
Vintage Atari 2600 ad. "Don't watch TV tonight. Play it!" (Atari 2600 VCS) The six switch!
Atari 2600 Home Entertainment Video Game System - Vintage Advertisement
Vintage Atari 2600 ad. "Don't watch TV tonight. Play it!"
Vintage Atari 2600 ad ... yep, I remember these :P
Atari 2600 VCS #classic #vintage #atari
30+ of the Best Advertising Posters Ever Created
Floppy Disks are Dead, Long Live Floppy Disks. From the Library of Congress: They lie in wait, silent sentinels from the era when personal computing first burst into our lives. Their secrets are inscrutable to the human eye. Often they have lived for years–decades even–under rough conditions that challenge their fundamentally delicate constitutions. Floppy disks are both a bane and a blessing to digital preservationists.
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Floppy Disks are Dead, found one in my old papers from school, it had my name and 3C, my class on in
They lie in wait, silent sentinels from the era when personal computing first burst into our lives. 8 inch floppy disk, by wlef70, on Flickr
[I still have a few of these!] ~Floppy Disks are Dead, Long Live Floppy Disks. From the Library of Congress: They lie in wait, silent sentinels from the era when personal computing first burst into our lives. Their secrets are inscrutable to the human eye. Often they have lived for years–decades even–under rough conditions that challenge their fundamentally delicate constitutions. Floppy disks are both a bane and a blessing to digital preservationists.
vintage+floppy+computer+disks | Floppy Disks are Dead, Long Live Floppy Disks
Floppy Disks are Dead,
A CD and case in one.
Ha! floppy disc
Un petit salon sur le Retrogaming qui se déroulait à Bourges de Mars à Avril 2012. Beaucoup de consoles que j'avoue ne pas connaitre... Il manque à ce salon, davantage de machines en fonctionnement et un coin salle d'arcade... U':-r Cliquez sur l'image pour aller sur ma galerie. Et n'hésitez pas à liker ma page, c'est + motivant pour moi! Merci U':-r
Childhood Memories, Space Invaders, Videogame, Video Games, Memory Lane
Το Gals n' Guys θυμάται! Οι πρώτες video κονσόλες και οι μεγάλες επιτυχίες video games! Γιατί είναι ωραίο να θυμάσαι απο που ξεκίνησες..! #videogames #games #consoles
My dad brought home the Atari 2600 one day in the early 80s when I was a child, along with Pac-Man, which all began my video game obsession. So many hours of Pac-Man, Frogger, Pitfall, Space Invaders, Yar's Revenge and more. Fortunately, I still played outside a lot so I maintained a good balance of video games and physical activity. Now, with Kinect, no need to compromise :)
Believe it or not, this Atari-2600 is the ONLY gaming console I have ever ownd. I never bought another gaming system.
These are the video games I remember! Controller had one button and one joysticks. I loved Pitfall, River Raid, Pacman, Space Invaders, Spider Fighter, Warriors and many more!!
Wow!! 1980 was the best year for video games! I was the Pac Man champ! I loved Space Invaders, Frogger, and Donkey Kong to name a few.
Video game console - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: ATARI 2600 video gaming console
adventure... pong..... football... pac man love the 80's
My first video game system.
Only $239.95! We had these in our science lab in high school... nicknamed the "Trash 80." Great for BASIC programming and has a disk drive!
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TRS-80 Color computer 2
Once upon a time, music, games and other forms of media didn't come with the chains of DRM. Once upon a time you got a whole game instead of having to buy several pieces in the form of DRM. And once upon a time, developers had to finish games before they tried to sell them. Yes; it's more of my least favourite technological developments.
wow! We've come a long way
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Old computer | Yes, but what IS it??
Black of Hat: Use for Old Computers
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Now that's an old computer
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Cool Computer Cache
I just read an article on the many uses of old computers. The best ideas seemed to be ways to allow your computer to be used by others over the net. One obvious use is to let the old computer serve up torrent files. Even a lanky old Pentium came server this purpose. Another noble use for your old PC is to have is join the TOR network. This essentially allows users to hide their location and identity. It makes it harder for somebody to track their internet traffic. The goal of this system is to provide personal freedom. The software is open source. It is good for IRC, Instant Messaging, and web browsing. Finally you can install the BOINC client on your computer. It lets you choose worthy projects for your computer to work on during idle processing. For example, you can help the search for extra terrestials by choosing the SETI project. If your old computer has a graphics processing unit (GPU), it will help the effort even more. Now there is no need to junk that old PC. Put it to good use.
Vintage sheet music rose, deluxe - paper flower for gift, wedding, or home decor
Thinking about busting this out and playing some Super Mario Brothers, or Tecmo Bowl, or Zelda...too many choices! Which game would you pick? #nintendo #oldschool #awesome #geek #videogames #holler
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The Classic Nintendo supplied me with fond childhood memories...and adult memories. Yeahhh..still dominate in Duck Hunt :) Ha.
Super Mario Bros and Duck Hunt Baby! Oh the HOURS and HOURS me and my sister spent playing this thing! Remember leaving it ON Pause... After HOURSSS of continuous play... Just so our hands could rest... Remember having to bang the top of it and blow in the end of the games... To get them to work at times! LOL
Super Mario Bros and Duck Hunt Baby! - this is hooked up in my living room and yes it still works! (not my choice btw lol)
Nintendo.. Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt combo game!!
The Best Toys from the 80′s
A trip down Toyland Memory Lane. Remember these? I played with the '70's toys, and remember the younger kids playing with the '80's toys while I discovered video games. Frogger was my favorite. I never did get into Pac Man nor Mario Brothers, though. Retro Commercial for the Cabbage Patch Kids. I…
If you’ve ever enjoyed some lazy afternoons just sitting on the rug, passing greasy controllers around, and occasionally blowing into the business end of a Nintendo cartridge, then you know what we’re talking about here. We’re talking about the best old-school video games of all time. Here goes nothing: 13. Super Mario Bros 2. There …
The 'Apple I' went on sale in July 1976 at a price of US $666.66. About 200 units were produced. Unlike other hobbyist computers of its day, which were sold as kits, the 'Apple I' was a fully assembled circuit board containing about 60+ chips. However, to make a working computer, users still had to add a case, power supply transformers, power switch, ASCII keyboard, and composite video display. An optional board providing a cassette interface for storage was later released at a cost of $75.
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The 'Apple I' went on sale in July 1976 at a price of US $666.66. About 200 units were produced. Unlike other hobbyist computers of its day, which were sold as kits, the 'Apple I' was a fully assembled circuit board containing about 60+ chips. However, to make a working computer, users still had to add a case, power supply transformers, power switch, ASCII keyboard, and composite video display. INTERESTING LIST PRICE!
The 'Apple I' went on sale in July 1976 at a price of US $666.66. About 200 units were produced. Unlike other hobbyist computers of its day, which were...
Los ingenieros rusos aunaron tradición y vanguardia con este arcade: Gorodki. Va de lanzar un palo contra palitos en una suerte de diavólica mezcla entre bolos y petanca. Tela!
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Computer day at school was a lot like Christmas. Especially on 'Oregon Trail' day. Yes. Yes it was! Oh my at these old school Apple computers with the floppy disk drives!
Looks like we've both grown up a bit since 1977. Apple II computer system. (we were still using these in high school in the mid-late 80's)
Apple IIe: This was the computer I first learned to code on. I made animated games and programs that told bad jokes like Mad Libs. The Apple IIe is the third model in the Apple II series of personal computers produced by Apple Computer.
Apple II - 1977. History of the Apple Computer Corporation. http://oldcomputers.net/appleii.html http://oldcomputers.net/indexwp.html
I believe this was the model of our first Apple computer, complete with floppy disks! We even got computers in school when I was in 4th grade! But yes, I still had to take a typing class on a typewriter in high school!
I remember creating graphics on an Apple II with Logo in elementary school. It's the first time I saw the computer as an artist's tool.
Apple II Plus. I still have a floppy disk from elementary school for this computer.
Apple II with floppy disk drives
Cuando vuelvo la vista atrás, y veo las maquinas arcade soviéticas clásicas, tengo la misma impresión que al ver los restos de un neanderthal: una especie alternativa que el azaroso destino no quiso que reinara.
Battleship Machine, Arcade Morskoi, Video Games, Battle Arcade, Arcade Games, Boi Sea
…mainly because there's no way in HELL that we could get a «Морской бой» or "Battleship" machine!
"In 1974—five years after the arcade game Midway Sea Raider came out in the U.S.—Soviet kids got to wage naval warfare of their own," Idov says. "Not really a video game, Morskoi Boi was more like pinball with lights: flat cutouts of enemy ships crawled against a painted backdrop," and players tried to hit them with torpedoes. Today, gamers and history buffs can try their hand at rudimentary arcade warfare online at the Museum of Soviet Arcade Games.
Morskoi Boi ("Sea Battle") Arcade Game Communist Chic: 8 Strange Examples of Soviet Design
Museum of Soviet era arcade games. Fascinating! osgc milagroshenkel
"Morskoy-boi" (Sea Battle) from the Museum of Arcade Machines
Playable Soviet-era arcade game "Morskoi Boi" ("Sea Battle").
Soviet Arcade game "Morskoi Boi" (Sea Battle)
Museum of Soviet arcade - Morskoi boy
Opened three years ago, this small museum of playable machines recreates the arcades of the USSR from the 70's to the late 80's. From their website: Arcade Games were a part of childhood and youth of Soviet people. They were made at secret military factories from the seventies up to the Perestroika. Forgotten and broken down Soviet-era arcade games are now being restored for Moscow’s newest museum and now it is possible to play and feel atmosphere of the passed epoch. Around 20 of 37 different kinds of machines are now in working order. They operate with old Soviet 15 kopek coins, the hammer-and-sickle emblem of which itself conjures up a bygone time. Here's one example, “Morskoi Boi” (Sea Battle): This is the most popular of all the Russian games. It's a copy of Midway's Sea Raider as far as the interior is concerned, but the exterior is way cooler, with all the backlit knobs and dials. A drawer at floor level pulls out to act as a step stool for children, midgets and amputees. The interior scene has lots of depth because it takes advantage of the cabinet's height; a parabolic mirror bounces your field of vision straight down (I'm currently designing an interactive diorama like this). The player looks through the periscope, but there are also two windows up top for spectators to check out the action. The periscope swivels to aim, and a trigger releases torpedos. Scoring is simple enough: the numbers 1-10 on the right show how many torpedoes you've fired, and the numbers 1-10 on the left register your hits. The enemy ships, which are filled with capitalist dogs, move across the diorama on a chain drive. A series of incandescent lamps chase in sequence and bounce off the glass water surface to simulate the torpedo's path. Strike! Another victory for the proletariate! Ready to play a round? You don't have to travel to Russia to try this game. The museum's website has a flash version. Man your station and GO. There's little else working on that website, but a blog of some kind has pictures and lots of descriptions of their visit here.
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One of my favorite all-time video game systems. The classic Colecovision.
Colecovision, the first video game console my brothers and I owned.
Colecovision- THIS Was my very first video game system xD
The Colecovision... the first gaming system I ever played
One of the many gaming system you bought "us". LOL!
Colecovision! How I loved this gaming system!
Best video game system ever- colecovision
Colecovision Game System...
Vintage Geek: Bill Cosby's Texas Instruments Ad
Bill Cosby for texas Instruments
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Bill Cosby in the classic Computer ad
Bill Cosby + Computer = Geek
Bill Cosby Computer Ad
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My First! -The VIC-20 is an 8-bit home computer which was sold by Commodore Business Machines. The VIC-20 was announced in 1980, roughly three years after Commodore's first personal computer, the PET. The VIC-20 was the first computer of any description to sell one million units.
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Our 1st computer. Thought it was so cool even though you had to type three pages of script just to get the bird to fly from the bottom left corner of the screen to the top right corner of the screen lol
Commodore VIC-20 - This was my first computer. I use to spend hours typing in BASIC code in order to make my name bounce across the screen.
El Commodore VIC-20 (Commodore VC20 en Alemania, VIC-1001 en Japón) fue un ordenador doméstico de 8 bits fabricado y diseñado por Commodore Business Machines con 5 KB de RAM y una CPU MOS 6502. Tenía una forma similar al Commodore 64 y el C16, que fueron comercializados posteriormente. El VIC-20 fue lanzado en junio de 1980, cerca de 3 años después del primer computador personal de Commodore, el PET.
Pac Man, Childhood Memories, Videogame, Video Games, 80 S
My first game system as a kid. I had so much fun with this thing. Favorite games were Donkey Kong, Pac Man, Asteroids and Frogger. Boy does it look so old.
Atari 2600 Video Game Console. My first home video game system. Many hours spent playing Breakout, Warlords, Pac-Man, and a variety of sports games.
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Atari 2600 Video Game Console. My first home video game system. Many hours spent playing Space Invaders, Donkey Kong, Frogger & Pac-Man
Atari! I remember this so well--Space Invaders and Pac-man were my two favorite games on it.
Atari game system. Pong, Space Invaders or Pac Man anyone - played as a kid
Atari game console---Pac Man and Frogger :)
My first video game system, the Atari 2600. Except I had the Sears version, because it was a few dollars cheaper. :) 80s and 90s,Back in my day,Blast from the Past,Childhood memories,My childhood,Old School,Oldies but G
COMMODORE 64: My favorite computer of ALL TIME and I've had many. According to the Guinness book of records, the C64 was the most "prolific computing device ever manufactured". During its production run from 1982 to 1993, about 30 million (!) units were sold. A glorious machine that NEVER EVER crashed ... Built in DOS; no need to update... Is it any wonder most users look back longingly on this device? Funny enough, PC users can now buy a machine now with the C64 casing.
Commodore 64 (Mein erster Computer)