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LOS ALTOS, Calif. -- The doors to the famed garage where Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak first built Apple computers are flung wide open here Wednesday in preparation for the filming of a new biopic film, with a screenplay by Aaron Sorkin.
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Work was under way Wednesday to create an authentic mid-1970s look at the house where Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak first started Apple Computer.
Along Crist Street in Los Altos, Calif., Friday, film production trucks are lined up ready to shoot the new Steve Jobs film directed by Danny Boyle.
Trucks filled with gear are parked along the street Friday in front of the house where Apple got its start.
The crew re-created the garage as it might have looked in 1976, when Jobs and Wozniak spent hours building their first computers.
A reel-to-reel tape player is set up inside the garage, which has been been outfitted to look like it did in the 1970s.
A poster of Bob Dylan from the documentary "Don't Look Back," which chronicled his 1965 tour in the UK. Jobs was a fan of Dylan's music.
A sheath of film slides hangs in the garage.
Other items seen in the garage include a plaid Thermos, a floppy disk drive, cement block and wood shelves, and lots of books.
An older heater in the garage would have kept the famed duo warm during their work.
An old oscilloscope seen on set in the garage would have been used for electrical testing and to measure the frequency of an electrical signal over time.
Books and computer boards are seen in the garage where Apple started, on the set of the coming Steve Jobs film.
Another shot of the film set in the garage where Jobs and Wozniak tinkered away, building what would evolve into the powerhouse we know today as Apple.