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19 public schools in the Grand Rapids School Public School District in Michigan, in the U.S., use a Commodore Amiga computer to control their heating and AC for more than 30 years (since 1985 to 2015). The computer features a 1200-bit modem and wireless radio signal to toggle boilers, fans and pumps across the district.
Hugo was originally the subject of a Danish game show where children would call the TV station airing it and be able to control the character by pressing numbers on the phone, almost like a prototypical form of game streaming. The TV version ran on two Amiga computers, one that would process the game and another that would convert the phone dials into inputs.
Also Appears On: Hugo (Game), Hugo: På Nye Eventyr (Game)
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