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Vintage Terminal Emulator

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Vintage Terminal Emulator

Bask in the glow of over-bright phosphors that flash on and slowly fade away. Customize the screen’s curvature, colors, and transparency. Slow the bit-rate to a crawl.

Watch the strange dance of beam desyncs and shifting colors. Turn up the noise, jitter, and flicker to add a realistic warmth.

Disregard thirty years of GUI advancement by immersing yourself in full-screen mode. Impress curious onlookers at internet cafes.


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2 Comments

  1. It seems kind of dumb to pay $20 for this when xterm will do it for free. Except for the distortion part, although I bet there’s a package for that too.

  2. Very nice to watch ASCII Star Wars on, with this command:

    telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl

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