Back in 1990’s |Walk through a Giant Computer

Today we get back our readers to 1990’s , Watch the below video  recorded in 1990 on “How Computers Work”.Definitely it’s  not  more a needed video for any our readers, but watch how our elders previewed this  technological innovation -“Computer”- back in 1990’s.Interesting frame in this video is the Giant Computer Shown.

It’s said that this video is recorded in 1990’s – an educational video produced by The Computer Museum and hosted by David Neil of PBS’s Newton’s Apple. Join David Neil and his four young companions on an entertaining and illuminating trek through The Computer Museum’s one-of-a-kind, two-story working model of a desktop computer.The Computer Museum in Boston, Massachusetts was the predecessor institution to the Computer History Museum located in Mountain View, California since 1996. Sadly, the walk-through computer did not move to California with the Computer Museum’s collection, but as you can see from this video, it was a very engaging exhibit.


This video also exhibits how the view & technology of mankind changed within a mere 20 years.Definitley Interesting?.

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Posted on June 14, 2011, in Videographic. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Interesting bit of nostalgia. But that’s merely back in that nineties. My intro to this exciting new world was 1969 – kid’s today would struggle conceiving how sophisticated we thought our hardware was.

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