Panasonic TR005 (1972)
A wall unit stereo with Sony components by George Ciancimino (1972)
Teleavia PA 573 designed by Roger Tallon
Telefunken transistor radio, 1963. Sweet Mid-Century audio design.
Fisher Price Pull - A - Tune Xylophone Toy
“California Modern” makes no claims that the Eames House is itself demotic, but the exhibition literature emphasizes that designers aspired to make beautiful furnishings and houses widely available. “Middle class utopias,” as one of the plaques calls them, were imagined by some of the more adventurous real estate developers. Joseph Eichler hired progressive architects to design modern, single-family houses in what became known as the California style: open plan, glass walled, single story, lavish of patio. In his biography of Steve Jobs, Walter Isaacson writes that one of Jobs’s early aesthetic influences was the Eichler house in which he spent some of his childhood years.
Walter Cronkite shows how the newspaper of the future will be delivered via satellite and printed (1967)
Andrew Bujalski’s Computer Chess