Am I old?
I watched a movie at the first-ever drive-in movie. I don't remember what the film was. The drive-in was in West Los Angeles. They didn't even have car speakers. The sound came from a huge loudspeaker on top of the screen. People who lacked the admission price could park on a hill behand the theater and watch for free.
I rode in the fourth-ever Goodyear Blimp. It was the Volunteer and they used to sell rides to the public. It was a treat for my eighth birthday.
I saw televsion demonstrated in my Junior High in 1938. They had to darken the auditorium so we could see it. The television camera hadn't been invented yet, so they transmitted the picture from a "flying spot" transmitter. Look that up on Google.
I have had a computer since 1979.
There were no cam-corders, so aome friends and I made a high-school newsreel on a Keystone 8mm movie camera. We showed it in the auditorium and charged a dime. We made back the cost of the film on editions one and two, but we lost money on the third and the manager of the student store cancelled our project. It was a great run while it lasted.