Terminator 2: Cyberdyne Prototype Neural Net Processor

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:

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Terminator 2: Terminator CPU

HD screencaps of Arnold’s CPU & the original Terminator’s CPU, below the jump:

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Terminator 2: Cyberdyne Symposium 1990 Poster

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:

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Assuming it is not detected and terminated by The Powers That Be, you may purchase it here:

Symposium Poster

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.

Terminator 2: Flipped Shot?

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:

Flipped Shot - Shopped Sign But Not Brightwork

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.