Back In Time: Innovation & Design at Sony Square NYC Lisa Johnston ⋅ Published: March 30, 2017 Sony’s new interactive exhibit at Sony Square NYC highlights the evolution of technology through the company’s products. The space gives consumers the chance to be hands-on with some of its original portable and gaming electronics — and their 2017 equivalents. Sony’s Micro TV, the smallest black-and-white TV, was designed to be used in the car in the 1960s. Consumers can see the original Walkmans next to the company’s current high-res versions. Boomboxes: then and now. Attendees can hear how much noise-canceling technology has advanced in just eight years. It’s not just the products that have evolved through the years — the Sony logo has also changed.