S.H.A.D.O. Computer
systems and equipment

These projects are under development and currently confidential.

Please watch this space for further updates.

S.H.A.D.O. Research Labs Project Progress Status

This panel gives an update to the completion status of all the projects underway by S.H.A.D.O. Research Laboratories.

S.H.A.D.O. Video Phone Mk.II

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Miss Ealand micro radio

32

MkIV recording device

5

Moonbase wall switching controller

25
Primary project

S.H.A.D.O. Video Phone Mk.II

The aim of this project is to create a Mk.II version of Commander Straker's Video Phone.

I have always dreamt of possessing a S.H.A.D.O. Video Phone just like Commander Straker’s. But, life somehow got in the way and I just didn't ever seem to have the time or chance to embark on such a project - until now...

Commander Straker's Video Phone Mk.II
S.H.A.D.O.  Magnetic Tape Storage Unit
project #2

S.H.A.D.O. Magnetic Tape Storage Unit

My aim with this project will be to produce - initially - a scaled down version of the SHADO Magnetic Storage Unit using a commercial tape transport mechanism as the tape drive/read/write mechanism. However, embedded in the system will be effectively a fully functional MP3/Data player similar to the existing iPod technology with WIFI, Bluetooth and full stereo audio output. I haven't quite finished all the specifications and expectations just yet, but as a starter project we'll see how far we can go with this one as my final aim is to build an absolutely true-to-the-original full size version.

project #3

Lt. Ford's Communications Console

My aim with this project will be to reproduce in its entirety Lt. Keith Ford's Communications Console. Built to full scale, and as near visually functional as the original - even the telephone will work.

Lieutenant Ford's Communications Console
Lt. Nina Barry and Colonel Alec Freeman
project #4

Moonbase Central Control Console

My aim with this project will be to reproduce in its entirety of the Moonbase Central Control Console. Built to full scale, and as near visually functional as the original - even the monitor and telephones will work!