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LabVIEW memorabilia!!

I was going over my collection of LabVIEW memorabilia. Please list what you have!

Here are a few items I have, but there are many more.

  • LabVIEW 5.0 Worldwide Launch T shirt, March 1998. Black
  • LabVIEW 6.0 Lauch T-shirt, Black
  • LabVIEW 7.0 Lauch T-shirt, White
  • LabVIEW Zone T-shirt, Blue
  • ... some other assorted NI T-shirt.

  • It's okay to have fun" poster with the LabVIEW logo as graffitti and a buch of spray cans depicting tool icons. (see picture) Must be pretty old, it still has instead of on it.

  • ... Some other posters.

  • Enthusiast Mug 😉
  • Various stickers, e.g. "Powered by LabVIEW".
  • Square block of notepads with the LabVIEW logo on the side.

  • Set of LabVIEW evaluation floppies with © 1995
  • A 5 1/4 Floppy with a Labwindows evaluation from pre 1990.

    Message Edited by altenbach on 05-27-2005 01:40 PM

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  • Promotional video circa 1991 demoing "Graphical Programming with LabVIEW" (VHS, not Beta)

    Better than a Mug in a Control Panel
  • Combination slot/Phillips screwdriver from mid-90's (Hardworking/Not-kept-in-original-wrapping, so logo wore off long ago)
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    Fading out. " ... J. Arthur Rank on gong."
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    Got the small tool kit from NIDays a few years ago
    Ray Farmer
    0 Kudos
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    LAbVIEW memorabilia.....

    I have a National Instruments fleece (from the coding challenge), a poster on how to code correctly (Also from the coding challenge - someone's trying to tell me something, but I'm not quite sure what :p), a mug (:D), a couple of screwdrivers, and a LabPC-1200 (correct name?) if that counts. I don't have any ISA slots any more, so I guess it could be regarded as memorabilia.....

    Of them all, the fleece and the mug get used regularly. The LabPC-1200 DAQ card less often.

    Using LV 6.1 and 8.2.1 on W2k (SP4) and WXP (SP2)
    Message 4 of 44
    I have a couple of t-shirts, screwdrivers and posters, but I really like the bumper sticker.

    It's situated directly above the Apple and Yellow Dog Linux stickers.

    Message 5 of 44

    I am green with envy to hear about each of you posessing such wonderful LV stuff.

    Never heard of these being available in India...

    Can Molly or someone else let me know how to get my hands onto this?
    I'd love to have a shirt/t-shirt to start with .....

    V Love LV

    - Gurdas
    Gurdas Sandhu, Ph.D.
    ORISE Research Fellow at US EPA
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    Hi, this is Ian from Singapore/ ASEAN

    Here are some of the items I received from NI

    LabVIEW 7.0 Launch T-Shirts (US & Singapore version/ White) and one NI Polo-T (Black)
    Enthusiast Mug
    Screw-drivers (lost count 😛 )
    Notepads & Pens
    Ruler-cum-calculator (NIDays 2003-04/ SG)
    Mobile phone universal USB charger (NIDays2005/ SG)
    NI Thermo-Mug (Retired 😛 )

    Ian F
    Since LabVIEW 5.1... 7.1.1... 2009, 2010, 2014
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    I have got:

    T-Shirts (all white)
    Draw your own solution (LV 3.x)
    NI Days Europe 97
    Join the Revolution with
    LV 7 Express

    Screw drivers (one of them my personal)

    A Robolab package based on LV 5 (German Alliance Partner promotion gift)

    mouse pads 3 but the elder one is missing

    Enthusiast mug
    normal white mugs (not personally mine but for the LV programmers group)

    a yellow ribbon (the one you can click your access card or key on) with "Niemals ohne ..." and LV and DIADem logo

    a set of VIP bags 2000 - 2005

    Using 7.1.1, 8.5.1, 8.6.1, 2009 on XP and RT
    Don't forget to give Kudos to good answers and/or questions
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    A leather mug mat with NI logo, well used now after many thousand cups of coffe trying to get things working BF (Before Forums!!!!)
    A single 3.5" 750K demo disk that contains a working LabVIEW demo for Windows 3.X
    Original flyer for Labview 3.X

    Not a lot but then in those days you kept geeks in dark places and didn't let them meet representatives or customers Smiley Very Happy

    There is a good collection of stuff in the NI Paris office / training centre that has all sorts of stuff such as letter openers etc...

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    Okie... this is latest... almost!

    USB Mouse

    Participant Extraordinaire

    Message Edited by ian fung on 12-22-2005 10:24 AM

    Ian F
    Since LabVIEW 5.1... 7.1.1... 2009, 2010, 2014
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