On April 1, 2023 the Los Angeles Maker Faire happened at the L.A. Historic Park. The Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network had a couple of tables there under our alias, Classic Los Angeles Computers (CLAC). Over 22,000 people attended the event, and hundreds visited our booth. On exhibit we had a Commodore Amiga 600, THEC64 replica computer, an original Commodore 64, an Atari 800XL, and an Atari 2600 game console. The crowd of parents, teenagers, and children were very happy playing the games and music off the machines. See the photos below. Pictures by Robert Bernardo and Jerold Kress.
Robert Bernardo - Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network
|Playing music on the Incredible Musical Keyboard|
|In the foreground, THEC64 and the Amiga 600|
|Atari 800XL replaced midway by the Atari 2600|
|Jerold (left) teaches how to play music.|
Never I have seen kids that serious and frowning while playing videogamesReplyDelete