Revolution – the first 2000 years of computing is the Computer History Museum‘s latest exhibit. And what a show! You can see models of early computational machines, short videos explaining how things work, and room after room of computer artifacts. Storage technology has its own place in the tubes, transistors, delay lines, rotating disks and drums, bubbles, and other exotic media.
Beyond storage, the exhibit chronicles software, hardware, games, primary uses for computers throughout the ages, and much more. You’ll be amazed at how well the show is put together. If you’re at all fascinated by computers, this is a must see!