The Yeti Sound Machine, the BOOK! by Raquel Meyers (2014)
8.5” x 8.5” Paperback, 35 Pages and full color #PETSCII!
Get your copy at lulu!
The Yeti Sound Machine was performed at La Gaîté lyrique (Paris,2014). The show presents a magical world, that is made with animated text characters (PETSCII) by Raquel Meyers & 8-bit music by Goto80.
#Teletext for All. Mark Cook’s’advertising flyer dating from c.1982, via.
In November 1981 in UK, Kenneth Baker, the Minister for Information Technology, proclaimed 1982 as “Information Technology Year, IT-82.” to support for the use of IT, like teletext and viewdata. Via
Book with all 109,242 characters of Unicode 6.0. It’s 656 pages, made in 2011 by Johannes Bergerhausen & Siri Poarangan for the decodeunicode project.
The book uses 66 different fonts since there is no font that supports all Unicode characters. Images from here and here.
Poster with all 51,980 characters of Unicode 5.0 (2007). By Johannes Bergerhausen, Siri Poarangan & Wenzel Spingler for the decodeunicode project.
Interstellar Communication: Scientific Perspectives (1974) cover.
Gran mundo infantil Encyclopedia (Barcelona,1970s-1980s) Ed. Marín
By Alma Alloro, 2013/2014.
Mini-Quadro, basic game where PETSCII looks like cross-stitch!
From the German magazine 64’er, july 1990.
BASIC program from the manual MZ-80 SERIES BASIC.
Shared by Takashi Kawano!