Every afternoon from 1-30 August 2015, there will be fun for all the family with lots of pop-up events amongst the wonders of computing past, present and future. From secret ciphers to robots and games ...
The EDSAC Project at TNMOC is one of two, projects shortlisted for the 2015 Icon Conservation Awards in the Conservation of an Industrial Heritage Artefact category. Winners will be announced in October.
Ensoft, software developer for the Internet and large networks, has donated £50,000 to TNMOC. The funding will help create emulators to enable students to experience running 1950’s computers after their visit.
Every afternoon from 1-30 August 2015, TNMOC will buzz with the Summer Bytes Festival. There will be creative digital fun for all the family. Here's a short video made by Mark Thompson of some of the excitement last year.
No longer just on Tuesdays! Lots more Insight Guided Tours of seven decades of working computers are available of many days of the week, both in mornings and afternoons. Booking is advised. See July dates here.
On 24 June 2015, TNMOC co-founder Kevin Murrell will give a talk From cutting edge to museum piece in London as part of The Register Summer Lectures Programme. Discovering vintage computers and bringing them back into full working order.
A home workshop in Cambridge is today playing a vital role in the reconstruction of a Cambridge University machine that 65 years ago led the world’s computing revolution. It’s one of several home workshops across England that are being transported back in time as they play their part in the reconstruction of EDSAC.
The EDSAC reconstruction is on track and now the educational potential beckons. The Project Trustees meet to review progress and plan to exploit the huge educational value of the reconstruction of the 1949 computer.
BBC's Gordon Corera came to TNMOC to talk to John Alexander about machines that may have been at the heart of a secret deal during the Cold War. Hear the BBC programme and see some of the machines at Summer Bytes.