Spent an evening with the old but very happy S.P.O.C.K crew. The event was held in conjunction with the monthly SpaceLab party held in Malmoe, Sweden. On the pic below you will see Mr. Android himself and the former band member Johan (can´t remember what he called himself …noid something I guess, hehe). Too bad Eddie B didn´t show up.
If you want to join future SpaceLab events – you will find them here >>
And of course an old SPOCK video, incl Eddie B:
The ADS system comprised a dual-manual splittable keyboard, a video display for envelopes, a ‘control cube’ the size of a filing cabinet for disk drives and computer hardware, and a rainbow-buttoned front panel for 64-oscillator additive synthesis and real-time sequencing that would have looked at home on the Starship Enterprise of the Star Trek of your choice. The analogy is apt, in fact – the ADS 100’s most notable public appearance was in the sound effects for Star Trek: The Motion Picture. No price was given when the ADS 100 was introduced, but it sure looked expensive.