A newborn baby fixates on human faces… but a newborn boy will turn his gaze to blinking lights.
Stereo equipment designers have exploited this innate attraction for years. =)
And in this full size photo, you can appreciate IBM’s pinnacle of geek bling-bling – an immersive widescreen of blinky bliss.
This IBM System/360 Model 91 was a scientific computer used at SLAC in 1968. It used Solid Logic Technology (modules of five to six transistors) during the transition period between discrete transistors and the IC.