The Retro Lab is a hybrid facility used for teaching, art making, and research. It features a growing collection of functional vintage computers, digital and analogue media, and electronic devices.
The Retro Lab also houses our custom Media Archaeology Center, a working archive of landmark software and hardware systems from throughout computing history.
Our analog media equipment includes a Nam June Paik/Abe Video Synthesizer (constructed from 1969-1971), a 36-module Sandin Image Processor (designed between 1971-1974), a Commodore 64 and an Apple IIE.
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