This is seen in Dyson’s lab at Cyberdyne, and he has a duplicate in his home office.
The following images are from DVD special features:
HD screencaps of Arnold’s CPU & the original Terminator’s CPU, below the jump:
Cyberdyne weekend night-shift security guard Carl (or possibly Paul) Gibbons.
“Gibbons? Gibbons, c’mon, man, ya can’t leave the desk like that!…”
Very briefly seen on the wall of Miles Dyson’s home office is an abstract poster for a Cyberdyne Symposium in Monterey, California in 1990:
After much fiddling around trying to determine the proper fonts and arrangement of elements, I have replicated it and placed it up for sale on TeePublic as a poster:
Assuming it is not detected and terminated by The Powers That Be, you may purchase it here:
The original appears to be a standard 2 x 3 foot poster, in a simple black metal frame, with glass or plastic. You may purchase the full size version, or mini versions of the same. Regrettably, this art does not lend itself well to a shirt, due to its asymmetry and proportions.
This is mentioned in the commentary or making of somewhere, but many of the shots of the T-1000 ‘driving’ this truck were mirror-reversed. The actual steering controls were modified, a dummy wheel was added to the opposite side of the truck, and Robert Patrick was free to act while the vehicle was driven by a professional out of sight. Evidence:
At first glance, nothing appears out of the ordinary, however, a closer look reveals the Freightliner badge on the grill is reversed, indicating that the film was flipped. After the fact, a skilled digital artist was able to re-touch the street sign, but not the brightwork.
Another possibility is that this is an unretouched frame, oriented correctly, but with a custom logo on the truck, which was unnoticed in editing or post-production.
From the alternate end of T2, Washington, DC, circa 2027: