|The LCM+L entrance
|What you see when you enter
|The museum store
|Unfortunately, no Commodore books
|Instead of the yellow sofa, the PaCommEx tables will be lined up.
|We'll use of projector and speakers (currently projecting "labs").
|Lockers in which to store valuables
|Another view of the first floor
|In the southeast corner, the educational exhibits
|Another view of the corner
|The eating area where you can bring your own food
|Notice the power strips along the eating counter
|$2 for a cup of coffee (refillable?)
|The few snacks you can buy at the museum
|The entryway to the restrooms
|Try out virtual self-driving
|VR and AR glasses (but no CastAR!)
|Control the robotic arms!
|For sale in the gift shop. $12
|Yes! Commodore DOS, GEOS, and AmigaOS!
|Very high on a display shelf
|Don't forget to use anti-virus on your hands!
|(2nd floor) Custom C64 power supply from Ray Carlsen
|Decorate your Commodore with strobe lights like KITT the car!
Writing from Medford, Oregon,
June 10-11 Pacific Commodoe Expo NW -
July 29-30 Commodore Vegas Expo v13 -