66 years since EDSAC ran first program
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Today, 6 May 2015, marks 66 years since EDSAC ran its first program - a table of squares. Meantime the EDSAC reconstruction project is making excellent progress and its story is being told through a series of videos made by David Allen (the producer of the landmark BBC TV computer literacy series).
You can view all the videos to date on You Tube below.
Trustees review progress and look at the educational prospects for EDSAC.
The opening of the EDSAC Gallery (better quality video to be available in due course).
Commissioning preparations for the opening of the EDSAC display
A tour of EDSAC as commissioning of the reconstruction begins
Rediscovered EDSAC circuit diagrams give the team something to think about!
Two volunteers talk about their work on the EDSAC reconstruction
Getting ready to begin reconstruction of EDSAC in new TNMOC Gallery
One-third of the way through and on target -- meeting at the University of Cambridge.
What store for the EDSAC reconstruction? Peter Linington explains.
Clocking in the Digital Age: Wilkes Centenary and first working parts of EDSAC reconstruction
Production gets underway
The Origins of the EDSAC Replica Project - Meet the trustees
An EDSAC Chassis
About Mercury Delay Lines
The EDSAC Project first volunteers' meeting
The EDSAC re-creation - Project overview