When Fable II was in development, we had an online print shop in China run off some sample cloth maps. There are a ton of these online. You can see one of them here: http://www.thebitpla...com/archives/16
It came out very well. I think they even offered framing or mounting as an option. We used a high resolution BMP file.
FWIW - almost nobody is left from the Xbox/Xbox 360 era.
Nick Baker is still there, as is Mei-Mei and Leo Del Castillo, but most of the heart and soul of Xbox is gone. Shane Kim, Robby Bach, Ed Fries - all out. My entire team (responsible for global policy and designing for customer satisfaction) was gutted in 2011 - nobody is left.
I think Xbox One is more about convincing the B-Team that currently runs the business unit that they can make something (anything) relevant.
A fun pastime: reading Amazon reviews of Y2K readiness books. Here's a sample:
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars very good, November 17, 1999
By A Customer This review is from: Y2K for Women: How to Protect Your Home and Family in the Coming Crisis (Paperback)
I bought this book about a month ago and followed everything the book said.It will take awhile but I believe I will be prepared for Y2K.I took all of my husbands money to buy a power generator.I have been burying food in the backyard.I bought 30 sf freezer and have filled it with Bird Pies.I plan on going out and buying 6 months supply of drinking water next week.I know we are facing armaggedon but with the help of this great book,I think we will be one of the few survivors.
Yes it did suck when your TV did not have composite in.
When I ran into that problem, I relied on my Parent's VCR to convery from Composite to RF F connector.
Though now that you mention it, I remember my monitor dying in the Hawaiian heat once, and I used similar trick of Composite ->VCR -> RF Coax input on a TV. I think I even had to have the VCR on "Record" or something....