A new piece of digital-based art has just arrived in the Colossus Gallery as part of the Milton Keynes International Festival 2016. Ground Resistance displays real-time radar data of air traffic above Bletchley.
At front of house and behind the scenes, TNMOC relies on volunteers. Peter Vaughan (pictured right) is one of those volunteers whose work is invaluable and his efforts have been recognised in Volunteers' Week.
The newly arrived Lorenz SZ42 encryption machine on long term loan from the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum in Oslo completes the TNMOC equipment set of the Breaking of Lorenz. But there is a missing part ...
In the audience at TNMOC to hear Robert Schifreen present his archive of the hacking case that made computing legal history was someone on the opposing legal bench. He has now supplied archive material too!