8-Bit Show And Tell: Join retro computer and video game programmer and collector Robin Harbron as he shows you his collection and tells you all about it.
Adrian's Digital Basement: Welcome to Adrian's Digital Basement. Yes, I love old computers. If you do too, this channel is for you! Some might call them retro, but there were the machines of my younger years. I still work in technology today, but I find it extremely satisfying to use and work on computers from a time long past. Back when computers were designed to be tinkered with and didn't hide everything from the user.
Archeologia Informatica (ITA): Archeologia Informatica vuole essere un progetto crossmediatico relativo alla storia dell’informatica, del computer, dei linguaggi di programmazione e del calcolo ancora più in generale. Il racconto competente, appassionato e attento della storia informatica dalle origini fino ai primi anni 2000, con spunti relativi all’attualità e al retrocomputing, l’emulazione e il collezionismo.
Chernobyl Family: We are Alex and Michaela. We are co-creators of the ChernobylLab. We explore and study the phenomenon of Chornobyl since 2009, being on-site researchers in the Zone as well as retrocomputing enthusiasts. We live straight on the area's border, and the life here is a mix of high technologies and a harsh environment spiced with a bit of surrealism. In other words, it is a daily cyberpunk. Despite the ongoing war, our knowledge, databases, and will to educate people are with us – so join us to learn about the world of Chornobyl from its most hardcore insiders!
ChibiAkumas: Join me as I create new things for old hardware. With Tutorials for game development on all the major Z80, 6502,6809 and 68000 systems, subscribe to my channel, and lets take a new look at these classic machines!
Classic Arcade Repairs: Classic arcade PCB repair channel… specializing in pre JAMMA arcade PCB repair. Reading and understanding schematics as well as use of oscilloscopes, logic analyzers and other Arcade related stuff.
Computer History Archives Project: The Computer History Archives Project (“CHAP”) is an independent educational research project dedicated to the research and preservation of Vintage Computing Technologies. We create educational presentations and rescue and/or restore vintage computer films to preserve historic content for educational purposes.
Computer History Museum: We're committed to preserving and presenting the history and stories of the Information Age. Here on YouTube we offer videos of the many lectures and events at the museum and also historic computer films. We also feature video from our well–known Revolutionaries television series.
CuriosMarc: Videos documenting restorations of exceptional vintage mechanical calculators and early electronic computers, my Hewlett-Packard test equipment collection and, from time to time, my R2-D2 robot build. It rarely works when I start, but almost always does when I end. A nerdy place for your inner engineer, to celebrate engineering exploits of our predecessors, and learn a lot from it.
einokeino303: Longplays, speedruns, gameplay videos and music. Focus on C64, Amiga & MS-DOS games.
GadgetUK164 - Retro Gaming Repairs & Mods: My Retro Gaming repairs & mods channel. My videos are a bit raw - full of slips of the tongue, bits that need editing out, mistakes etc, but they take so long to do and I really don't have the time - so they are what they are lol.
Jan Beta: Hi I'm Jan. I repair/hack/make/destroy stuff on camera. Electronics, Repair, Tinkering, Retrocomputing, VintageAudio. As unprofessional as it gets. I'm not responsible for anything you do to your electronics and/or yourself. Do all repairs at your own risk!
Kim Justice: I'm Kim Justice. I make documentaries about old computer and video games, mostly with a European slant - it's all about the ZX Spectrum, the Commodore Amiga, the C64, plenty of great companies like Ocean Software, rises and falls, tales of technological and bureaucratic disaster…all sorts. I do Sega and Sony too. I also do wrestling, old TV, music, 16th century faith healers and anything else that catches my interest. Enjoy!
Laird's Lair: Retro Gaming Channel.
LGR: Weekly coverage of retro tech, PC games, and more! Classic computer gaming, Oddware, thrifting, Tech Tales, Sims, etc.
Living Computers: Museum + Labs: Paul G. Allen’s Living Computers: Museum + Labs celebrates the past of computing by bringing vintage systems to life and the present by allowing visitors to interact with cutting edge technology.
LudiVision: Archivio Spot Videoludici Italiani - Pubblicità italiane di console per videogiochi e PC anni '80, 90, 2000.
Mark Fixes Stuff: Just a geek. Finding stuff and fixing it. Mostly gaming stuff but I *MIGHT* surprise you! It's my aim to be as clear and concise as possible in my videos and I'm always looking to help.
Noel's Retro Lab: Welcome to Noel's Retro Lab! This is Noel, and I make videos about old computers repairing, restoring and enhancing them with new technology. I like to understand why things work exactly the way they do, so I'll often go on deep dives to figure out why something isn't working right. Sometimes we'll take detours and cover electronics concepts, computer architecture, or the history of the computers I'm dealing with.
Nostalgia Nerd: I'm Nostalgia Nerd… I have an addiction to Nostalgia & things often categorised as “nerdy”. I talk about software, hardware, games, toys, programs, magazines and other things from the 70s, 80s and 90s, sometimes with a liberal amount of dry humour. The channel's main focus is computer related items from the 80s & 90s.
Palmtop Tube: HP Palmtop Tube is a YouTube channel with educational videos, technical information, demonstrations and tips/tricks about early 90's MS-DOS HP Palmtops such as the HP 95LX, 100LX and 200LX machines.
Retro Recipes: Welcome to the home of the LEGO® Commodore 64: Perifractic's Retro Recipes - Яetro with a twisʇ! In the new episodes most Saturdays you can bathe in the warm glow of nostalgia as I cook up unique vintage computing restorations & projects born from a serious love of these beautiful vintage machines, but always with a side of fun! See you there!
RMC - The Cave : Hello Cave Dwellers and welcome to RMC. I'm Neil and this channel is a celebration of retro computers, games and history. We'll be unboxing, blowing into carts, firing up old systems, repairing kit and gaming across a range of formats. Retro Road Trips, Trash to Treasure and Retro Tea Breaks all feature on the channel.
The 8-Bit Guy: A computer video series focusing mainly on retro technology from the 80's, 90's and 2000's. However, once or twice a year I'll create something totally “out there.” My main goal at this point is to make educational content about retro technology that is interesting and engaging. Some people will be re-living their childhood, while others will be experiencing the technology for the first time.
The CD+G Museum: Decodes of CD+G CDs (CDs with embedded graphics). Discography at http://www.cdplusg.com .
The Guru Meditation: The Guru Meditation is a collaboration between long time Commodore Amiga users Bill and Anthony. We make videos about the Commodore Amiga including interviews with Commodore legends, how-to videos, vintage hardware demos, vintage software demos, show reports, Amiga user documentaries, and live streams. Bill And Anthony met back in 1988 at The Westchester Amiga User Group (WAUG) which has never stopped meeting on the first Thursday of ever month since 1988!
Tech Tangents : I post things related to computers, programming, and EE.
Tech Time Traveller: Formerly BradH, this channel is primarily about my adventures with vintage computers and vintage technology. It will include documentaries, show'n'tells of vintage computers, builds, repairs - you name it! Join me as we travel back through time and interact with the technology stepping stones that brought us to where we are today.
TNMOC: The National Museum of Computing located at Bletchley Park. Home of Colossus and the WITCH. And lots more.
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