Wright on CD-Rom

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Tom
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Wright on CD-Rom

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Post by Tom »

Wonder what images they used for the scans:

http://www.lunaimaging.com

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The problem, of course, is the technological gap between now and then. 25-yr-old software won't run on any computer any of us own, and what passed for "high-resolution" in 1995 is but a thumbnail today ...
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Tom
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Post by Tom »

Ha!
Wasn’t paying attention
Thought it was recent

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Post by Matt2 »

I worked at the Getty when this was being produced via Luna imaging. I always thought the price point was insane. I believe the intended market was college architecture programs. There was a sort of consumer priced version put out my Microsoft at the time.

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