Do you remember how audio cassettes were used to play songs instead of CDs? There is a good chance that future generations will not even hear about the audio cassette. Here to ensure that those obsolete technologies are not lost forever, Museum of Obsolete Objects was created.
Museum of Obsolete Objects is a YouTube channel made by Jung von Matt. The channels features visually appealing animation and lists obsolete technologies according to the year they were active in. You can click on an object to play its corresponding video that introduces the obsolete object.
The channel includes videos on the audio cassette, pocket calculator, floppy disk, and numerous other devices. You can suggest new objects through the channel’s comments section.
- A user-friendly web service.
- A YouTube channel listing obsolete technologies according to their active years.
- Provides short informative videos about the objects.
- Lets you suggest objects to be covered.
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Check out Museum of Obsolete Objects @ www.youtube.com/mooojvm