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tracker

[′trak·ər]
(computer science)
An input device used in a virtual environment, which is capable of reporting its location in space and its orientation.
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Throughout the 1980s and early 1990s it was a hotbed for the Mod scene with clubs like the Outrigger.
With all due respect to Dusty Springfield and Petula Clark, a steady diet of "Downtown," "I 0nly Wanna Be With You" and other song samplings of their relentlessly upbeat style would put anyone off the vital decade when a youth-driven Britannia ruled the musical waves (not to mention the mod scene in film, fashion and groovy sex).
It all started 20 years ago when Frankie was 14 and heavily into the mod scene.
They constantly played the music associated with the Mod scene in the house and I became really interested in it," he said.
Kevin said: "I was a scooter boy for years when I was younger and I'm still involved in the Mod scene in the area.
Eddie, 40, said: "There are loads of Mod fans and it's not just about the older bands but we love Oasis and Brit Pop which revived the Mod scene.
The 39-year-old, who lives in Llandaff North, Cardiff, has always been involved in the scooter and Mod scene.
If they are into the Mod scene we will be able to give them a Mod haircut or find out what sort of job they do and try and reflect that.
One band led to him becoming one of the stars of the '60s British mod scene, the other led to international success as a prominent member of the 1970s rock era.
Hugh met his wife Deborah through the mod scene of the 1980s and he says it was 'love at first sight'.
The 1967 flower power explosion left the mod scene dying on its feet, as psychedelic drugs and music from America's West Coast influenced those bands courageous enough to adjust.
DJ Alan May said: "Once you're on the Mod scene you're in it for life.