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The kitsch and famo's descent on MIT last weekend was captured with our favorite 1940s technology.

At ROFLcon III memes, Internet celebrities, and fans collided for a weekend chock full of tweetable moments.

While some people shot photos using Instagram, I put my arsenal of Polaroid cameras to work.

Here are some of the best shots over the course of three days. 

Photo by Fernando Alfonso III

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