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CRT Museum

Posted by Non-Hamster on December 15th, 2010

There's a guy a few blocks away that has converted his garage into what could only be called a museum.  Y'see, he has a collection of computer monitors that dates back to the big hulking monochrome monsters of the late 1960's.  He's got at least a hundred of the things lining shelves that fill most of the space in his garage.

The really cool part is that most of them still work.  Of course, it's a bit of a trick but he has managed to come up with interface adapters so that most of them can be plugged into the VGA port on almost any modern computer and work.  Though for most of them you have to set the video card's resolution WAY down.

Strange, but interesting.

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