Items tagged with ‘computing’
An MIT community member nominates the "Life Magazine edition for 9/.25/1964 page 107: Nine page article describing Bill Wolf's career with Whirlwind and his ...
An alumnus of the class of 1965 nominates ""The Compatible Time Sharing System", the world's first successful time-sharing system. It was the start of MIT's ...
An alumnus of the class of 1978 nominates "the Multiplexed Information and Computing Service, the groundbreaking computer systems research ...
An alumnus from the class of 1952 nominates the "many drafting instruments for architects -- replaced by computer drafting."
An MIT staff member nominates the Wilbur Machine, "A mechanical calculator with 13,000 parts, weighing a half ton and about the size of a small car. MIT ...
An alumnus of the class of 1994 writes, "Nancy Burson was a Fellow at CAVS and an artist-in-residence at MIT in the late 1970's/early 1980s when she invented ...
A professor at the MIT Media Lab writes, "Developed by Mitchell Resnick, crickets put computing on objects, a paradigm ...
A professor at the MIT Media Lab nominates "stand-alone LISP machines, the building blocks of early ...
An alumnus of the class of 1967 nominates the classic computer game Zork, written at MIT's Lab for Computer ...
A current faculty member nominates "The wood carving with the Project Athena emblem that is now hanging in one of the Athena ...