If you remember the eighties and the Commodore 64, you’ll know how much of a far cry they were from the computers of today. But it’s impossible to shake off the nostalgia we feel when we think about the great times we had with those much-loved older technologies, but seeing as though most Commodore 64 users have thrown the old classic away or stored it deeply away in a loft or attic, developer Thomas Conté has come up with a much more Digital Age method of rejuvenating that initial appeal. He’s invented Camera 64, and as the name implies, it delivers your pictures in 16 colors, as if they were the product of the Commodore 64’s VIC-II video chip.

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