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, "Evan Koblentz" <evan@...> wrote:
> Here's a whole other film prop project that would greatly benefit InfoAge and would also score big brownie points for MARCH.
> I was contacted about a production company that's working on a MAJOR hollywood film.
> They need 100 monitors:
> - they must be 1990s
> - they must be Super VGA
> - they must work
> - they must be 15-17 inches
> - they must have typical off-white case
> InfoAge stands to make $50/monitor.
> I forwarded this request to all the InfoAge group leaders. I promised that if MARCH has any to spare from our own collection, then we'll donate them to the cause, and I urged the other groups to do the same.
> But, we need to gather the monitors in one location within a week or two. Obviously we are not inclined to deal with shipping.
> If anybody has monitors that meet ALL of the above rules, and if you can get them to InfoAge in a week or two, and if you're willing to donate them -- then that would be awesome.
> InfoAge need not produce all 100 monitors. We just need a decent fraction of them to make it worthwhile for the film company.
I have a handful that could be liberated.
I should be in the vicinity of the park within 2 weeks.
It would be a chance to stop in and see the museum too :)
Sony CDP E100
Several just outside the requirements, but if they change their minds...
2 Viewsonic e70f's, but I think they are too new. Flat CRT: