Ever wondered what the latest blockbuster trailer would look like if it had been created on a vintage Apple IIc from 1984? Probably not, but that didn’t stop this guy from doing it anyway.
Animator and illustrator Wahyu Ichwandardi has recreated the entire two-minute trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi on an Apple IIc using the bitmap paint program Dazzle Draw. Both the computer and the program date back to 1984.
TechCrunch reports that the project had to be stored across 48 floppy disks, and ended up at 6MB — a figure that isn’t impressive by today’s standards, but would have been an absolutely punishing amount of data in 1984.
The process took Ichwandardi three weeks in total. Of course, this is just a trailer — just imagine how long it’s going to take him to recreate the whole film…