Relics of Technology Shows off Old-School Gadgets

Atari joystick, 1.44MB 3.5″ floppy disk, cassette tape, these old-school gadgets must bring you back to the 1970s and ’80s. Have the same feeling? Let’s go on checking the Relics of Technology photography project.

Relics of Technology Shows off Old-School Gadgets

Jim Golden, a Portland based photographer created the awesome photography project named “Relics of Technology”. In the project, you will see those vintage and out-of-date gadgets and technology products, including typewriter, floppy disk, huge cellular phone, vinyl record, video tape, cassette tape and etc. Moreover, elaborate composition and pure background highlight every classic gadget that was popular at one time. After the break, check out these old-school gizmos or head to Jim’s website for his more photos and animated Relics of Technology.

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via Engadget

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  • David Fitzsimmons

    Did they have Laserdiscs? You want to talk about a cool old technology . Or the often not remembered competing tech to VHS called Betamax?

  • David Fitzsimmons

    Are you sure it isn’t a 1.44 mb floppy disk? I’ve never heard of a 1.44″ floppy. I believe they are 3.5″, 1.44″ would be tiny.

    • The fatal error has been corrected. Thank you very much. 🙂

      • David Fitzsimmons

        No problem! I remember those being an upgrade from the old 5″ floppies and cassette drives. Great article! Old school tech has a certain romantic and colorful atmosphere!

        • David Fitzsimmons

          Geez I remember when a 56kb dialup modem was an upgrade over the old 14.4kb baud modems. I feel so old hahaha.

          • Hahaha, no doubt, you’re a tech savvy. 🙂 Have you seen its gif version at Jim Golden’s website. These old-school gadgets indeed brought us many memories.

          • David Fitzsimmons

            Wow thats amazing! Thanks!

          • You’re welcome 🙂

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