Exhibit hall and swap table on Sunday. Stitched panoramic.
Scenes from the exhibit hall.
Bill and Bryan, Friday night setup.
Friday night setup, starting to take shape.
Bill pounds out some vintage code on the Commodore P500 Friday night.
Coleco Adam exhibit.
Smurfs make their triumphant appearance at VCF.
Ben is a master Smurf jumper.
Smurf control 101 on the Coleco Adam.
Michael and the start of his Apple II Visual Matrix.
Michael's visual matrix in action.
Henry displayed the new Apple II VGA card. Yes, that is truly an Apple II connected to a modern CRT monitor.
Rescue on Fractalus! running on an Atari 800. Part of Dan's exhibit on the history of computer graphics.
Dan's history of computer graphics exhibit.
Dan working or playing :)
David works on his PDP-8 exhibit.
Vince conducting his kit building workshop on Saturday.
Building Vince's newest kit, the PockeTerm.
Cheap Dinosaurs performs trippy chiptune music.
Cheap Dinosaurs live.
Bill demos the Altair playing music through an AM radio.
Sridhar's demonstrated how to connect an Apple II to a modern laptop using ADTPro. This makes it relatively easy to transfer disk images from the PC to the Apple II.
Sridhar and Ben playing Taipan on an Apple II.
Ben and Sridhar no doubt fending off pirates while trying to move their cargo in Taipan.
Game playing on Robert's C64.
Mike works to restore an IBM 029 keypunch machine.
Mike's oscilloscope clock.
Nice display on the RCA Cosmac VIP single board computer.
Christian's Cosmac display.
Brian's Epson QX-10 display.
Atari video signal generator.
Good ol' Lear-Siegler ADM3a terminal in space blue color.
Dan and Bill square off in Tank Battle on the Imsai 8080.
Ian repairing a terminal.
Ian's Prime computer makes its VCF debut.
Ralph modified an Atari 800XL to fit inside a Kaypro! How cool.
Jim and Vince at Vince's booth.
Saturday night after show dinner.
Mike has the power.
The power is too great for Mike to control.
Evan speaks on computer history at Camp Evans.
David Ahl's Sunday talk.