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    Digital Equipment Corporation - VT100 as seen at DEFCON 17 in Las Vegas

    "Digital’s first ANSI-compliant terminal, introduced in August 1978. The VT100 was more of an architecture than a simple terminal. There are two display formats: 80 columns by 24 lines and 132 columns by 14 lines. A separate advanced video option was required to display 24 lines in 132-column mode; this was standard on the VT102 and VT131."

    -- vt100.net/vt_history

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    Jason A. Samfield, svofski, shortblue, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. DurhamPhotography 57 months ago | reply

      The sad thing is....I had one of these

    2. nip2655 56 months ago | reply

      Damn. A DEC-VT100.

      Wish I was there.

      Really nice images in your recent stream. Wicked fantastic work on the high res panos. Deep Zoom is cool. I got a 1.5 Gigapixel of the Tetons I haven't stitched yet. We should get together in the next couple weeks.

      Keep up the good work, dude! This is phenomenal stuff.

    3. telwink 56 months ago | reply

      Hey thanks a lot, Jason. I appreciate it. You know, Deep Zoom is some siiiiiiiiiiiick technology. I've only done a couple DZ panos, only one of which I've uploaded. I really like the technology. I've been thinking about doing some kind of DZ work with some historic Houston maps. I'm tinkering around with how to approach such a project, but in any case DZ shows a lot of potential. I hear you're doing some next gen stuff with Flash that I'd like to hear more about, so yeah - we should get together. I'm going to New York tomorrow morning, and will be back late next week. On the flip side of the trip, we'll have to set something up. And I need to get you your Manfrotto pano head. Anyways take care man!

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