Chips as jewelry
hilpert at cs.ubc.ca
Mon Sep 13 16:07:25 CDT 2010
On 2010 Sep 13, at 1:44 PM, Chuck Guzis wrote:
> The epitome of this was the Honeywell animal sculptures made from
> parts used as advertising primarily for their H200 systems back in
> the 70's. Remarkable stuff and quite beautiful.
> I've always wondered if Honeywell simply allowed the sculptor to
> wander through the parts crib, selecting anything (regardless of
> cost) that caught his eye.
Ed Thelen has some info about them:
Need some good colour photos. Apparently six of them are on display at
the museum (CHM).
I remember my 10-year-old self at the time, who was always scraping
around for parts, thinking it was an awful waste of components.
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