This took place in 1998, after they had released they had won the Assembly 1997 demo competition with "Pulse" demo, and were working on the successor called "Relic".
This is probably the only time in history a TV team visits an Amiga demo group at home, at work.
(Are you aware of any other such occasion? Please leave a comment below!)
Today of course we all know that "Relic" went on to win the Assembly 1998, and became a legend in it's own right. It's a demo of biblical proportions, and it's destruction sequence is unparalleled to this day.
Thanks to YouTube we can relive the moment this got presented to the public:
For perfect quality it's of course best watched live on your AGA Amiga. :-)
But if you don't have one handy right now, and you don't mind Amiga-emulation (WinUAE), here's another hi-quality version:
Huuuuge respect and thanks to Nerve Axis for their amaaaazing work!