i am hoping someone might have some insight into a particular problem —getting CD ROMS with both audio and data components to run properly.
Two that i think should be at the top of the list have particular cultural and historical importance.
Voyager’s CD Companion to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony was not only the first commercially available cd-rom but also cited in Edward Tufte’s influential Envisioning Information for the design of its novel user interface.
Descriptive video](CD Companion to Beethoven's Ninth Symphony by Robert Winter on Vimeo)
ISO available on request*
Pedro Meyer’s I Photograph to Remember debuted at a major computer conference in LA in 1991. The audience of 500 sat absolutely silent for 30 minutes as it was the very first time people encountered emotional content displayed on a computer screen.
Descriptive video: I Photograph to Remember on Vimeo
Link to ISO: Dropbox - I Photograph to Remember.iso - Simplify your life
in case you need some extra motivation, here’s a link to short videos showing [three other pathbreaking efforts running in the EAASI EMULATOR: Dropbox Paper
happy to discuss any of this with anyone who thinks they can help