“Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York”

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“Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York”
Credit: Courtesy of The New-York Historical Society

New York has always been a core spot for technological advancements—from the first computers and tech companies to inventions like vacuum tubes, punched cards and transistors. The New-York Historical Society acknowledges New York’s contribution to the digital revolution through this interactive exhibition that highlights the technological innovations and breakthroughs that improved daily life throughout history.  Visitors to this exhibition can check out more than 300 artifacts from the late 1800s through the 1980s, including archival materials, early computers and telecommunications hardware, photographs and digital artworks. All ages.


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