Computer History, Museum

SAGE (Semi-Automatic Ground Environment)
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SAGE (Semi-Automatic Ground Environment)


Early computerized air defense system   •  Computer History Museum   •  (2006) Shoreline Drive, Mountain View, California U.S.A.   •  © 2006 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #ComputerMuseum2006_01
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The side of a 1956 G15 engineering computer
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The side of a 1956 G15 engineering computer


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The 1985 Omnibot 2000
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The 1985 Omnibot 2000


Tomy Kyogo Company Inc., Japan   •  Computer History Museum   •  (2006) Shoreline Drive, Mountain View, California U.S.A.   •  © 2006 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #ComputerMuseum2006_03
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Early pen entry monitor
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Early pen entry monitor


Computer History Museum   •  (2006) Shoreline Drive, Mountain View, California U.S.A.   •  © 2006 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #ComputerMuseum2006_04
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IBM System/360 Model 91 Console
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IBM System/360 Model 91 Console


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Exhibit of 1940's storage hardware
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Exhibit of 1940's storage hardware


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The many dials on the Hollerith Census Machine
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The many dials on the Hollerith Census Machine


Precursor to the punch card machines   •  Computer History Museum   •  (2006) Shoreline Drive, Mountain View, California U.S.A.   •  © 2006 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #ComputerMuseum2006_07
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Early patch panel with rheostats
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Early patch panel with rheostats


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Exhibit of chess games and hardware
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Exhibit of chess games and hardware


Computer History Museum   •  (2006) Shoreline Drive, Mountain View, California U.S.A.   •  © 2006 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #ComputerMuseum2006_09
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Part of the main entry
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Part of the main entry


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Robot motorcycle tucked in a dark corner
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Robot motorcycle tucked in a dark corner


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Photos line the wall leading to the restrooms
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Photos line the wall leading to the restrooms


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Internal gears of the Odhner Universal Calculator
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Internal gears of the Odhner Universal Calculator


Sweden 1925   •  Computer History Museum   •  (2006) Shoreline Drive, Mountain View, California U.S.A.   •  © 2006 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #ComputerMuseum2006_13
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Computer shaped like a washing machine
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Computer shaped like a washing machine


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Early magnetic memory resembles a wax cylinder recorder
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Early magnetic memory resembles a wax cylinder recorder


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Tape decks for an IBM System/360 Model 30
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Tape decks for an IBM System/360 Model 30


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Even computers can be bipolar
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Even computers can be bipolar


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The hand of the 1962 Rancho Arm
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The hand of the 1962 Rancho Arm


Rancho Los Amigos Hospital, United States   •  Computer History Museum   •  (2006) Shoreline Drive, Mountain View, California U.S.A.   •  © 2006 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #ComputerMuseum2006_18
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At one time, tubes were actually used in computers
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At one time, tubes were actually used in computers


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Core memory in which each ferrite doughnut held one bit
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Core memory in which each ferrite doughnut held one bit


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Early (large) alpha-numeric display tube
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Early (large) alpha-numeric display tube


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