The Museum of Lost Interactions is a collection of lost technological devices from the past hosted at the University of Dundee.

The museum's website has become an internet sensation since its launch last year by the Interaction Archaeologists of Interactive Media Design at the university.

It contains a host of future-focused devices from the past, including the 1950's Zenith Radio Hat, the 1920's Acoustograph, a primitive music-downloading tool, a Victorian four-track sampler and a portable Morse code machine.

“The interest in this project has been phenomenal and we are delighted that so many people are now logging on to discover our collection,” said Shaun McWhinnie, from the university’s Interactive Media Design course, who helped assemble the exhibition.

"These are amazing artifacts, which offer a thought-provoking reflection on the ubiquitous technologies of our present society, and show how such devices would have looked in the pre-digital world.”