Here’s something for person’s of a certain age to geek out about – models of 1980s computers.
Spotted this in the Science Museum the other day – a range of goods for sale with a map of the Solar System which will look very familiar to London Underground fans.
As a series of tunnel boring machines drill a huge sewer underneath the River Thames, a map shows their live(ish) progress.
Back in the heady days of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, one game stood out — because it featured a London Underground tube train.
Last year, a vast room was filled with digital explosions and 8-bit graphics to the delight of many, and it’s returning again next month.
For people of a certain age, there are few more nostalgia boosting views than a room full of flat beige boxes, each with a small dot matrix owl on the top corner.
Proposals to expand free Wi-Fi and improve mobile coverage across the Square Mile have been given the green light.
A long cavernous space within the Science Museum has been filled with over 160 retro computer games, from the earliest Pong to fairly recent 3D virtual reality headsets.