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Monday, June 22, 2020

1980`s BBC Microcomputer Paper Model - by Rocky Bergen


Rocky Bergen is a Canadian industrial designer and creator of this very well done miniature paper model of the BBC Personal Microcomputer. The British Broadcasting Corporation Microcomputer System, or BBC Micro, is a series of microcomputers and associated peripherals designed and built by the Acorn Computer company in the 1980s for the BBC Computer Literacy Project, operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation. Designed with an emphasis on education, it was notable for its ruggedness, expandability, and the quality of its operating system.
An accompanying 1982 television series, The Computer Programme, featuring Chris Serle learning to use the machine, was broadcast on BBC2. - know more at BBC.Microcomputer.at.Wikipedia

Rocky Bergen é um designer industrial canadense e criador deste modelo de papel em miniatura muito bem feito do Micro Computador pessoal BBC. O Sistema de Microcomputador da British Broadcasting Corporation, ou BBC Micro, é uma série de microcomputadores e periféricos associados projetados e construídos pela empresa Acorn Computer na década de 1980 para o Projeto de Alfabetização da BBC Computer, operado pela British Broadcasting Corporation. Projetado com ênfase na educação, destacou-se por sua robustez, capacidade de expansão e qualidade do sistema operacional.
Uma série de televisão de 1982, The Computer Program, com Chris Serle aprendendo a usar a máquina, foi transmitida pela BBC2. - saiba mais em BBC.Microcomputer.na.Wikipedia



Link: 1980`s.BBC.Microcomputer.Paper.Model.by.Rocky.Bergen




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Friday, February 17, 2017

IBM 5100 Portable Computer Paper Model In 1/12 Scale - by Ama



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Created by Japanese designer Ama, from Axe Factory website, this is the paper model version of the IBM 5100 Portable Computer in 1/12 scale. The IBM 5100 Portable Computer is a portable computer (one of the first, if not the very first) introduced in September 1975, six years before the IBM Personal Computer. A single integrated unit provided the keyboard, five-inch CRT display, tape drive, processor, several hundred kibibytes of read only memory containing system software, and up to 64 KiB of RAM. It was the size of a small suitcase, weighed about 55 lb (25 kg), and could be transported in an optional carrying case, hence the "portable" designation. In 1975 it was an amazing technical accomplishment to package a complete computer with a large amount of ROM and RAM, CRT display, and a tape drive into a machine that small; it was two more years before the similar but much cheaper Commodore PET was released. Earlier desktop computers of approximately the same size, such as the HP 9830, did not include a CRT nor nearly as much memory. An equivalent late 1960s IBM computer would have been nearly as large as two desks and would have weighed about half a ton.


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Criado pelo designer japonês Ama, do site Axe Factory, esta é a versão em papel na escala 1/12 do do Computador Portátil IBM 5100. O IBM 5100 Portable Computer foi um computador pessoal apresentado ao mercado em setembro de 1975, seis anos antes do IBM PC. Uma simples unidade integrada incluía o teclado, monitor CRT de 5 polegadas, unidade de fita magnética, processador IBM PALM, várias centenas de kilobytes de memória ROM contendo software e até 64 KB de memória RAM. Era do tamanho de uma valise pequena, pesando em torno de 25 kg e podia ser transportado numa caixa com rodízios, daí o apelido "portátil". Embora o IBM 5100 pareça grande para os padrões de hoje, em 1975 era uma incrível realização técnica colocar um computador completo, com uma grande quantidade de memória ROM e RAM, monitor CRT e uma unidade de fita numa embalagem tão pequena; ele foi lançado mais de dois anos antes que o similar Commodore PET chegasse ao mercado. Antigos computadores pessoais com aproximadamente o mesmo tamanho, tais como o HP 9830, não incluíam um monitor CRT nem uma quantidade de memória próxima da do IBM 5100. Um computador IBM equivalente em fins da década de 1960, seria tão grande quanto duas escrivaninhas juntas e pesaria cerca de meia tonelada.



Link: Personal.Computer.IBM.5100.Paper.Model.In.1/12.Scale.by.Ama


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Sunday, January 13, 2019

Aplle II Personal Computer Miniature Paper Model - by Rocky Bergen



Rocky Bergen is a Canadian industrial designer and creator of this very well done miniature paper model of the Apple II, an 8-bit home computer, one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products, designed primarily by Steve Wozniak (Steve Jobs oversaw the development of the Apple II's foam-molded plastic case and Rod Holt developed the switching power supply. It was introduced in 1977 at the West Coast Computer Faire by Jobs and was the first consumer product sold by Apple Computer, Inc. It is the first model in a series of computers which were produced until Apple IIe production ceased in November 1993. The Apple II marks Apple's first launch of a personal computer aimed at a consumer market branded towards American households rather than businessmen or computer hobbyists.


Rocky Bergen é um designer industrial canadense e criador deste modelo de papel em miniatura muito bem feito do mítico Apple II, um computador doméstico de 8 bits, um dos primeiros computadores pessoais produzidos em massa altamente bem-sucedidos, projetado principalmente por Steve Wozniak (Steve Jobs supervisionou o desenvolvimento da caixa de plástico moldada em espuma do Apple II e Rod Holt desenvolveu o poder de comutação. Foi introduzido em 1977 na West Coast Computer Faire por Jobs e foi o primeiro produto de consumo vendido pela Apple Computer, Inc. É o primeiro modelo de uma série de computadores que foram produzidos até que a produção da Apple IIe cessou em novembro de 1993. O Apple II marca o primeiro lançamento da Apple de um computador pessoal voltado para um mercado de consumo - voltado para as famílias norte-americanas, e não para homens de negócios ou hobistas.



Link: Aplle.II.Personal.Computer.Paper.Model.by.Rocky.Bergen


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Monday, January 14, 2019

IBM 5100 Portable Computer Miniature Paper Model - by Rocky Bergen



Rocky Bergen is a Canadian industrial designer and creator of this very well done miniature paper model of the IBM 5100 Portable Computer, a portable computer (one of the first) introduced in September 1975, six years before the IBM Personal Computer. It was the evolution of a prototype called the SCAMP (Special Computer APL Machine Portable) that was developed at the IBM Palo Alto Scientific Center in 1973. In January 1978, IBM announced the IBM 5110, its larger cousin, and in February 1980 IBM announced the IBM 5120. The 5100 was withdrawn in March 1982.


Rocky Bergen é um designer industrial canadense e criador deste modelo de papel em miniatura muito bem feito do IBM 5100 Portable Computer, um computador portátil (um dos primeiros) lançado em setembro de 1975, seis anos antes do IBM Personal Computer. Foi a evolução de um protótipo chamado SCAMP (Computador Especial APL Machine Portable) que foi desenvolvido no IBM Palo Alto Scientific Center em 1973. Em janeiro de 1978, a IBM anunciou o IBM 5110, seu primo maior, e em fevereiro de 1980 a IBM anunciou o IBM 5120. O 5100 foi fabricado até março de 1982.



Link: IBM.5100.Portable.Computer.Miniature.Paper.Model.by.Rocky.Bergen


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Saturday, June 23, 2012

IBM 5100 Portable Computer Paper Model - by Casita De Papel


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A nice little paper model of the IBM 5100 Portable Computer with box. This cool model is offered by Cloe Serrato, from Spanish blog Casita De Papel.

Um pequeno e bonito modelo de um computador antigo, o IBM 5100 Portable Computer, com caixa para transporte. Este modelo bem bacana e diferente é oferecido por Cloe Serrato, lá do blog espanhol Casita De Papel.

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The IBM 5100 Portable Computer was a portable computer introduced in September 1975, six years before the IBM PC. It was the evolution of a prototype called the SCAMP (Special Computer APL Machine Portable) that was developed at the IBM Palo Alto Scientific Center in 1973. In January 1978 IBM announced the IBM 5110, its larger cousin, and in February 1980 IBM announced the IBM 5120. The 5100 was withdrawn in March 1982. When the IBM PC was introduced in 1981, it was originally designated as the IBM 5150, putting it in the "5100" series, though its architecture was not directly descended from the IBM 5100. - Wikipedia

O IBM 5100 Portable Computer foi um computador pessoal apresentado ao mercado em setembro de 1975, seis anos antes do IBM PC. Embora o IBM 5100 pareça grande para os padrões de hoje, em 1975 era uma incrível realização técnica colocar um computador completo, com uma grande quantidade de memória ROM e RAM, monitor CRT e uma unidade de fita numa embalagem tão pequena. - Wikipedia


Link: IBM.5100.Portable.Computer.Paper.Model.by.Casita.De.Papel


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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Halt And Catch Fire - Giant The Computer Paper Model - by Gnatkip



For all fans of Halt and Catch Fire tv series, here is Giant, the Computer, in a very well done paper model version created by designer Gnatkip. You will need only one sheet of paper to build yours.

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Para todos os fãs do seriado Halt and Catch Fire, eia aqui o Giant, o Computador, em uma muito bem feita versão em papel criada pelo designer Gnatkip. Você precisará de apenas uma folha de papel para montar o seu.

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Link: Halt.And.Catch.Fire.Giant.The.Computer.Paper.Model.by.Gnatkip


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Thursday, May 5, 2022

Apple IIe Platinum Personal Computer Miniature Paper Model
by Norax Parpercraft Brasil

Master Norax, Brazilian designer of this cool paper model says: - "The Apple IIe (styled as Apple //e) is the third model in the Apple II series of personal computers produced by Apple Computer. 

The "e" in the name stands for enhanced, referring to the fact that several popular features were now built-in that were only available as upgrades and add-ons in earlier models. 

It also improved upon expandability and added a few new features, which, all combined, made it very attractive to first-time computer shoppers as a general-purpose machine. 

The Apple IIe has the distinction of being the longest-lived computer in Apple's history, having been manufactured and sold for nearly 11 years with relatively few changes."

Mestre Norax, o designer brasileiro deste modelo de papel bem legal, diz: - "O Apple IIe (denominado como Apple //e) é o terceiro modelo da série Apple II de computadores pessoais produzidos pela Apple Computer. 

O "e" no nome significa avançado, referindo-se ao fato de que várias características populares eram agora "de fábrica" , e antes só estavam disponíveis como atualizações e add-ons nos modelos anteriores. 

Ele também aumentou sua memória e acrescentou alguns novos recursos, o que o tornou muito atraente para as pessoas que sonhavam com um computador de uso geral. 

O Apple IIe foi o computador de mais longa duração na história da Apple, pois foi fabricado e vendido por quase 11 anos, com poucas alterações."


Link to download the model (Youtube):
Apple.IIe.Platinum.Papercraft.by.Norax.Parpercraft.Brasil 

Link to Norax Papercraft at Facebook: Norax.Papercraft.Facebook`s.Page


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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Personal Computer Commodore PET 2001 - by Home Computer Museum


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The Commodore PET (Personal Electronic Transactor) was a home/personal computer produced from 1977 by Commodore International. A top-seller in the Canadian and United States educational markets, it was Commodore's first full-featured computer, and formed the basis for their entire 8-bit product line. - Wikipedia

O PET (Personal Electronic Transactor) foi um microcomputador/computador doméstico produzido pela Commodore a partir do final da década de 1970. Embora não tenha sido um grande sucesso de vendas fora dos mercados educacionais do Canadá, Estados Unidos e Reino Unido, foi o primeiro computador completo produzido pela Commodore e se constituiria na base para o futuro sucesso da empresa. - Wikipedia


Link: Personal.Computer.Commodore.PET.2001.by.Home.Computer.Museum


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Monday, February 10, 2020

TRS-80 Personal Computer Paper Model - by Rocky Bergen


Rocky Bergen is a Canadian industrial designer and creator of this very well done miniature paper model of the TRS-80, the last Z80-based home computer family by Radio Shack, sold from April 1983 through autumn 1991.

Rocky Bergen é um designer industrial canadense e criador deste modelo de papel em miniatura muito bem feito do computador pessoal TRS-80, nome dado à linha de microcomputadores produzidos pela Tandy Corporation e vendidos nas lojas RadioShack, de fins da década de 1970 até meados da década de 1980. Hobbistas, usuários domésticos e pequenas empresas eram os consumidores visados. O TRS-80 foi Lançado junto com o Commodore PET e o Apple II.



Link: TRS.80.Personal.Computer.Paper.Model.by.Rocky.Bergen


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Monday, March 18, 2013

Apple IIe Platinum Papercraft - by Norax Parpercraft Brasil

Master Norax, Brazilian designer of this cool paper model says: - "The Apple IIe (styled as Apple //e) is the third model in the Apple II series of personal computers produced by Apple Computer. 

The "e" in the name stands for enhanced, referring to the fact that several popular features were now built-in that were only available as upgrades and add-ons in earlier models. 

It also improved upon expandability and added a few new features, which, all combined, made it very attractive to first-time computer shoppers as a general-purpose machine. 

The Apple IIe has the distinction of being the longest-lived computer in Apple's history, having been manufactured and sold for nearly 11 years with relatively few changes."

Mestre Norax, o designer brasileiro deste modelo de papel bem legal, diz: - "O Apple IIe (denominado como Apple //e) é o terceiro modelo da série Apple II de computadores pessoais produzidos pela Apple Computer. 

O "e" no nome significa avançado, referindo-se ao fato de que várias características populares eram agora "de fábrica" , e antes só estavam disponíveis como atualizações e add-ons nos modelos anteriores. 

Ele também aumentou sua memória e acrescentou alguns novos recursos, o que o tornou muito atraente para as pessoas que sonhavam com um computador de uso geral. 

O Apple IIe foi o computador de mais longa duração na história da Apple, pois foi fabricado e vendido por quase 11 anos, com poucas alterações."


Link to download the model (Youtube):
Apple.IIe.Platinum.Papercraft.by.Norax.Parpercraft.Brasil 

Link to Norax Papercraft at Facebook: Norax.Papercraft.Facebook`s.Page


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Monday, August 5, 2019

IBM 5150 Portable Computer Miniature Paper Model - by Rocky Bergen


Rocky Bergen is a Canadian industrial designer and creator of this very well done miniature paper model of the IBM 5100 Portable Computer, a "portable" personal computer (weighing "only" 15 kg) developed by IBM following the success of the "portable" Compaq Portable. It was released in February 1981, and eventually replaced by the IBM Convertible.

Rocky Bergen é um designer industrial canadense e criador deste modelo de papel em miniatura muito bem feito do IBM 5100 Portable Computer, um computador pessoal "transportável" (pesava "apenas" 15 kg) desenvolvido pela IBM após o sucesso do "portátil" Compaq Portable. Foi lançado em fevereiro de 1981, e eventualmente substituído pelo IBM Convertible.



Link: IBM.5150.Portable.Computer.Miniature.Paper.Model.by.Rocky.Bergen


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