Three generations of Sutherland's visit CHM to see Jim Sutherland's 50-year-old creation, the ECHO IV home computer system.
Using homegrown satellite communications equipment in the early '60s, the CDC 1604 laid the foundation for modern weather forecasting tools.
Discover what surprises await in CHM's release of the Xerox PARC file system archive.
CHM releases to the public for the first time a full oral history with Ivan Sutherland, pioneer of computer graphics, virtual reality, asynchronous systems, and more.
CHM publicly releases the source code to Apple's Lisa computer, including its system and applications software.
Happy 75th birthday to the transistor! Find out who was REALLY behind its invention.
CHM publicly releases the source code for the breakthrough printing technology, PostScript.
Happy birthday to PONG! The iconic game turned 50, and it's still going strong.
Come see "Music—Film—Computers," our newest exhibit in the Screening Room, featuring rare experimental films with accompanying musical scores from the 1970s.
Find out what (and who) is behind the world's biggest integrated circuit now on display at CHM.