The Deutsches Museum in Munich (Germany) has a new art installation as part of the reopened Electronics exhibition: The “Schrott-Tornado”, a tornado-shaped sculpture made from scrap electronics. There is (at least) one item in it that is most definitely not trash.
Here is a picture of the full sculpture:
Let’s zoom into the interesting part:
And this is a high-res photo of the detail. You might recognize it.
And now look closely at what’s written on the cartridge port shield.
Related: Here’s the Schrott-Tornado Making-Of video:
4 thoughts on “The Easter Egg in the “Schrott-Tornado” at the Deutsches Museum”
At least they could have use Petscii- and not Ascii-Codes…
That board caught my eye right away when I was there a couple of weeks ago.
How could a member of the http://www.marburger-stammtisch.de throw away such a mainboard?
Oh dear!! Do they know how rare SID chips are and what’s the cost of them??? Unbelievable!