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- 1950s: If you've ever played the game, Fallout series, you could see the 1950's style TV. It was very small and thick. I wanted to describe these interesting features into LEGO bricks in middle-scale, so I had to agglomerate all the bricks as much as I could. It was the hardest part of this project.
- 1980s: Although it was time that I wasn't even born, it wasn't that hard to design and build since I have been familiar with this kind of TV since there are many programs and movies set on 80s. There are lots of buttons, silver on-off button on it and protruded screen is also impressive. In addition, you can change the basic screen into color screen!
- 2000s: Still thick, but wider screen.
- Present day: Massive, thin screen. Most simple design but powerful technology.