This is the case of a radio built in the 1930s by Philips. I put modern electronics in it: A simple computer (Raspberry Pi), an colour LCD, modern amplifier and so on. The buttons are connected to the computer, as well as the LCD display.
So, all you see in this video is how I control a computer that shows an UI that looks just the original rotatable disc which was used to display the frequencies back in the day.
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