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Mar 21
Living with Tech: Moviemaking
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Join Living Computers: Musuem + Labs for our new after-hours speaker series, Living with Tech. This month, we’re partnering with Seattle’s iconic movie theater, Cinerama, to explore the technology of moviemaking – from developments in production equipment and special effects to the audio-visual upgrades that have enhanced our movie-going experience. Featuring special guests from Cinerama, Vulcan Productions, and more, we’ll break down how technology has impacted the movie industry over the last 50 years.
  • Full Museum Access (1st Floor only from 7-9pm)
  • Panel Discussion (45min + Q&A)
  • Beer & Wine Cash Bar
  • Local Food TBD
Advanced Tickets: $30 General Admission, $15 for Members.
At-The-Door Tickets: $35 General Admission, $20 for Members

**Members check your email for your exclusive access code.

Living with Tech, a Speaker Series
Every Third Thursday | 21+ Only
Join Living Computers for our new after-hours speaker series for tech professionals, insiders, and enthusiast across Puget Sound. Every third Thursday, we’ll host an evening of conversation and connection, highlighting different tech topics that impact our daily lives. Each Living with Tech event includes full museum access, unique speakers and programming, local food, and a cash bar. Come in, grab a drink – and geek out!
Upcoming Dates & Topics:
March 21 – Moviemaking
Break down how technology has continued to disrupt the movie industry over the last 50 years.
April 18 – Retro Gaming
From the release of NES classic and new games designed in 8-bit, explore the rebirth of retro gaming.
May 16 – Animals
From dog-walking apps to drones that track elephant migrations, discover how tech can help animals.
Mar 23 - Mar 24
Vintage Computer Festival Pacific Northwest (VCF PNW)
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Living Computers: Museum + Labs is proud to host the second Vintage Computer Festival show in the Pacific Northwest (VCF PCW), presented by the Vintage Computer Federation. 

This festival will host over 30 hands-on exhibits over the weekend, from early graphical workstations to modern enhancements for old systems, as well as a variety of speakers including Joe Decuir, an IEEE Fellow. A wide range of machines from many manufacturers will also be present. Plus, don't forget to explore the museum - bring your camera, your kids, and enjoy all that LCM+L and VCF have to offer. For details about the event, visit VCF

Included with Admission ($18) | Free for Members

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Renew Your Membership!
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We rely on the continued support of our members. Help us continue our mission of connecting people with computers by renewing your membership today. Ready to sign up for another year? Renew three ways!

  1. Online at http://bit.ly/LivingComputersRENEW
  2. Visit us in person at the museum and get a free mug (while supplies last)
  3. Mail your completed Membership Form & a check to: Living Computers: Museum + Labs, P.O. Box 84843, Seattle, WA 98124

Announcing Darkstar, a Xerox Star Emulator


In the late 1970s Xerox attempted to commercialize the Xerox PARC's Alto and the "Office of the Future" by developing and releasing the relatively inexpensive Xerox Star workstation. Released in April of 1981, the Star featured a GUI, mouse, ethernet and a laser printer. As a follow up to the ContrAlto emulator, Living Computers is proud to announce their release of a Xerox Star Emulator called Darkstar.

To read more about this new emulator, visit our Engineering Blog

To access this emulator, download it on our Github page

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