[vcf-midatlantic] Wall exhibit for our hallway
joprysko1 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 21 12:41:24 EDT 2016
I think I have a touch-screen kiosk system around if someone is able to
write the program/simulator. I guess it really depends on what kind of
display you want.
On Sunday, August 21, 2016, Martin A Flynn via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
> Take a look at the brightsign.biz website. OMARC will be using their
> LS442 with a single large format display in the 9116 lobby, paired with a
> motion detector and selector buttons for content.
> The Brightsign HD1022 will likely do what you want over multiple displays.
> Touchscreens are also an option: http://support.brightsign.biz/
> On 8/21/2016 12:40 AM, Dean Notarnicola via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
>> How about some conductive paint attached to surface mount LEDs and set up
>> to simulate logic gates? Interactive and instructive, if not extremely
>> visually appealing. I'd be willing to do a mini proof of concept at home
>> and then propose a larger installation if feasible.
>> On Saturday, August 20, 2016, Brian L. Stuart via vcf-midatlantic <
>> vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
>> On Thu, 8/18/16, Evan Koblentz via vcf-midatlantic <
>>>> I'd like to put some kind of large, nice-looking, interactive exhibit on
>>>> the wall in the hallway by our museum. Perhaps something that shows how
>>>> data is created, processed, and outputted in an electronic digital
>>>> computer, regardless of whether it's a modern system or an old one.
>>>> Something where kids can press a button, watch the circuit make a
>>>> decision, and follow along as the lights change leading to some result.
>>>> Looking for serious/constructive feedback from people who are willing to
>>>> actually do work. That should narrow the replies. :)
>>> Looks like you narrowed the replies beyond your wildest expectations,
>>> Evan. :) Although it's a little different than what you described, I've
>>> been thinking about something along these lines for the hallway at
>>> the university based on the ENIAC simulator. I'm still contemplating
>>> the details, but the hardware would amount to a big screen TV, a
>>> Raspberry Pi, and some buttons.
>>> It may not be visually stimulating enough, but maybe it'll solicit some
>>> other ideas.
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