@strangerthingsofficial logo version converted to #asciiart (not official).
My big question for #StrangerThings3 is whether a #ZX81 or #ZXSpectrum will show in the series.
I guess the ZXSpectrum+ version have better keyboard to show character typing on it. The resolution of 256x192 pixels would not fit this ASCII logo but on the other hand it could show color and have the feel of Arcade games the actors play in season 2.
@gatenm123 would be the logical character using the computer (48kB version, wanting the 128kB version released in 1985 for birthday present).
He could run John Conway's "Game of Life" simulation or make an 8-bit version of the "Thrive" open source game.
A computer would also be helpful if Eleven needs help figuring out ways to open and close portals using the Rubik's Cube tactile model for training, where "Dustin" help do calculations on movements she need to practice.
Great fun @festivalbfx today. Boys a bit bewildered by "really old" computers (ZX81!) & struggled to get husband off some of them! Thanks to the wonderful @bournemouthuni students who helped both boys make a short film too! #animationmovie#claymodels#computergames#zx81
#Computerspielemuseum#ZX81#FirstTouch#8Bit#1KB Damit fing bei mir alles an: Mit dem Sinclair ZX81, geliehen von einem Schulfreund. Monochrome Darstellung am angeschlossenen 36-cm-Fernseher, Folientastatur, 1KB Speicher, kein Sound - und dennoch der Einstieg ins digitale Schaffen. Das war 1982... ;-)