|09:00||Show Opens||Your VCFMW Hosts||The fun starts here|
|11:00||Storage Tube Displays or: How You Get 4K Resolution in 1974||Richard Thomson||In 1969 Tektronix introduced the Type 611 11-inch storage display unit for $2500. Tektronix subsequently integrated the storage display and serial communication circuitry into a line of graphics terminals, including the Tektronix 4014 terminal capable of 4K addressable points resolution in 1974. In this talk, we'll go over the history of the storage tube display and its impact on computer graphics.|
|12:00||LUNCH HOUR+||Try the hotel cafe!|
|13:30||Youtubers' Discussion Panel||The 8-Bit Guy, LGR, Computer Clan, Adrian's Digital Basement, Ben Heck Hacks and 8-Bit Show and Tell||The last decade has seen a new venue for exhibiting and exploring vintage computing in the form of YouTube. There are tens of thousands of videos covering vintage computing history, gaming and repair. This panel will host a discussion between the operators of some of the largest such channels!|
|15:00||[Auction Setup Intermission]||Your Hard-Working VCFMW Setup Team||Auction starts at 16:00!
|16:00||Silent700 and Friends||Bid, bid, bid!|
|19:00||Dinner Break||Lou's sure is good||You made it through the auction! Go eat.|