Published on March 2nd,2010 at 2:08 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Fujitsu Technology Hall, where vintage computing wonders are kept alive!

Fujitsu Technology Hall

A couple of weeks ago the nice folks over at Fujitsu invited us to take a private tour to their Technology hall hidden in Fujitsu Kawasaki Main Office where are kept alive and fully functional some unique vintage computing wonders including for example the FACOM 148A an ancient automatic relay computer from 1960. Anyway without further ado, please enjoy below our 10 minutes worth video where we will describe each of Fujitsu Technology Hall masterpiece in my usual “Bora” like English accent.

Oh and before I forget, the Fujitsu Technology Hall is open to all, and there are some nice English speaking staff there capable to help you if needed !!!!!


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  • Gerard

    This is so awesome. Very great video and informative. The only thing that bothered me is the voice quality, it is hard to understand you, a clip on microphone for recording the voice would do the job so much better. Does nintendo have such a “secret” display room too ?

 

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