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Vinyl player in ASCII, by ascii-akr.

Ageema Blues by Avenger / Black Maiden, 2001. Ageema Blues (the netlabel) is still online and has plenty of good soul disco chip noise.

WarGames (1983) uses what looks like a custom font to display thermonuclear text mode graphics. It was made on a CompuPro 8/16, although an IMSAI 8080 is used in the movie (apparently for sale for $25,000). Read more, see more.

By CTRL+C & CTRL+V (2007)

Convert images to teletext at the German site teletexttheworld.

Kawasaki Synthesizer for C64, made by the Japanese jazz musician Ryo Kawasaki in 1983. Graphics partly made in petscii.

Modified typewriter writes photos as alphanumeric text. Made by ::vtol::. Video and info here.

Paula Claire, Etherealight, 1985.

Dragan Espenschied:

My Modern Talking teletext page on a classy CRT TV, broadcasted by a cranky device in the possession of @raquelmeyers

‘So, what are you telling me?’ ‪#‎PETSCII‬ released at ‪#‎Gubbdata‬ 2015 by AcidT* / http://ift.tt/1DWtTBK

PETSCII-portraits by Otium for Galza-23.

Bamboozle! was a quiz game featured on Channel 4 Teletext in the United Kingdom.

Finding Nemo. ANSI by flubber.

Chrdius, a Gradius-like game in text mode. Made in Petit Computer – a BASIC-environment for Nintendo DS.

h/t: 4mat



About the Icelandic teletext exhibition Page 444, 2007.

 Mena Ailleurs, via.

Meg Hitchcock

Xbin art by Knocturnal for 1980 by Blocktronics, 2014.