The History of InfoAge Science & History MuseumsComputer Research
Our campus was part of cutting-edge computer research from about 1941-1957. Projects here helped inspire the ENIAC developers, loaned technology to the first computers that had output screens, included the design of the earliest non-prototype mobile computers, and directly led to ASCII — American Standard Code for Information Interchange — which is part of all computers and mobile devices today.
ENIAC — the Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer — was the first computer with all-electronic processing that could be programmed for general-purpose applications. Earlier computers were all-electronic and single-purpose, such as Britain’s Colossus, or…
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