Exhibit registration is well underway for VCF East XIII (May 18-20) and now it’s open for VCF West XIII too (August 4-5). Click here to learn about the exhibiting process and reserve your space!
Italy has art, culture, history, literature, and science. Now it also has a Vintage Computer Festival, organized by Vintage Computer Club Italia. The show is April 28-29 in Rome. Click here for the details.
There will be more than 30 exhibits and 14 presentations, including experts on the history of the Olivetti Programma 101 and Apple history in Italy. Also speaking is Lee Felsenstein of the Homebrew Computer Club, Processor Technology, and Osborne.
Learn about the development of the Commodore VIC-20 (the first computer to sell 1 million units) and the creation of our favorite text-based adventure games with our two keynotes speakers: Michael Tomczyk and Scott Adams!
Our exhibit space is filling up fast… and a highlight will be to come see two kickstarter backed replica projects: the Open Enigma and Open DSKY (Apollo Guidance Computer). The creators of these kits will be present at the show. If you get inspired, you will be able to pick up a kit as they will have some on hand.
Learn about our UNIVAC restoration, hacking the Apollo 14 guidance computer, and developing the ARPAnet routers! Bill Dromgoole, Don Eyles, and Dave Walden are this year’s keynote speakers.