February 11, 2013

Walter Cronkite Demonstrates the Home of the Future in 1967

Take heart. You could be controlling your television from a panel half the size of a pool table.

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    Pretty close. Still waiting on changing panels.
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    I love this stuff. Why do I feel like I’m about to go to youtube and get sucked into a vortex of 50s and 60s videos...
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    They had faith in classical music.
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    That thing is more advanced than the on-screen interface for my Comcast DVR.