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Revision as of 21:25, 23 April 2006

A Barco in the Goodale Lounge

A large projector used to display images shown on a computer to the masses. Commonly used to watch Aqua Team Hunger Force, eBaum's World, Unicorns LA and various other forms of media. The most used Barco can be found in the Goodale Lounge, but is located at various places during Rush.

Origins

Two of the three Barcos originated from a Reuse post in the summer of 2004. Eight Barcos from building two were posted for reuse - approximately six of the eight ended up in East Campus, two ending up on Slugfest.


Barcos on Fourth East
Owner Location Model Origin Name
Walker Chan B412 1208s Abandoned in Bemis Stairwell, Summer 2005
Matt Fishburn G412 1200 Reuse post Minerva
Jenn Gagner Goodale Lounge 1208s Reuse post