Part 1 is here. To recap, I was lucky enough to be able to attend the second day of Vintage Computer Festival (VCF) East 9.1, which ran from April 4 - 6, 2014. While I wasn't there in any formal capacity, I did get a chance to snap a few pictures of items of interest to me. Here are the photos, taken with my HTC One (M8) smartphone, with some light commentary (Part 1 is here):
More vendor displays:
Another museum area, which showcased vintage radio and television technology:
I was flattered to be asked to sign Michael Lee's awesome "Geek Museum" banner, which features the signatures of many industry luminaries. My signature is in red towards the upper left corner.
This was a cool IMSAI (and Altair) display that someone set up. It was decked out with Cromemco Dazzler graphic cards, and joysticks, which featured built-in speakers. You have to really admire these incredibly intimidating, but relatively flexible, expandable, and powerful switch-based 1970s microcomputers that helped blaze the trail for all that was to come.