If you’re looking for a nostalgic way or want to do something smart during the new corona virus blockade, why not use some simple paper model tools to build an old-fashioned computer or gaming system, according tomedia reports. It is reported that these very detailed color paper models are free to download.
Artist and designer Rocky Bergen is understood to have designed the paper model skits, writing: “Use these paper models to build a computer at home from your childhood or a complete computer museum.” “
Simply print, cut, split, fold, and glue these pieces to create paper computer models such as the Amiga 500, Apple II, Apple Lisa, IBM 5150 PC, Radio Shack’s TRS-80 Model III, and IMSAI 8080. You can also print and make old-fashioned gaming systems such as Commodore 64, Sega Master System and Atari 520ST.
Each kit includes a computer monitor, a paper model of the keyboard, and in some cases game accessories and mini manuals.
These kits could be an interesting way for parents to teach their children about the history of computers and games, especially if you want to teach about the types of computers and game consoles, all before touch-screen technology, VR and laptops.
If you’re interested in these, go to Rocky Bergen’s personal page to view