Sometimes one feels like a radically off-topic post.
These images show the control console from an IBM AN/FSQ-7 SAGE air defense computer from the 1950s.
The AN/FSQ-7 weighed in at 250 tons, contained 60,000 vacuum tubes, and used 3 megawatts of power to perform 75,000 instructions per second. Some inputs were via light gun, an early precursor to the computer mouse.
It also had a built-in cigarette lighter and ashtray.
Cold Warriors were such badasses.