DEAF95 Digital Dive

The DEAF95 "cybercafe".

DEAF95 Digital Dive

Seiko Mikami: Molecular Clinic 1.0

21
Nov 1995
26
Nov 1995
10:00 to 18:00
location: Lantaren foyer
 

The Digital Dive in the foyer of Lantaren/Venster was the DEAF95 cybercafé which included the exhibitions of CD-ROMs and World Wide Web sites in specially designed booths and 'viewing machines'.

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