The centre for computing history : video
11h47 12  décembre
The Casio PV-1000 - Hardware and Games Reviewed
Adrian introduces us to the lesser known Casio game console... The Casio PV-1000. Adrian looks at some of the systems games including Amidar, Pachinko UFO, Space Panic, Turpin, Super Cobra, Warp & Warp, and more...
15h41 09  octobre
The Prinztronic Tournament VC6000
Following another generous donation, Adrian takes us on a tour of the Prinztronic VC6000 - one of the earliest consoles in our collection.
14h32 08  octobre
The Commodore Max
Join Adrian as he explores the Japan-exclusive Commodore Max and its games.
12h51 03  octobre
ChrisTurner - Acorn
Recorded at Virtual Abug Meetup The Centre for Computing History
18h26 12  août
Tom Scott with the Acorn BBC Micro
Tom Scott and Jason Fitzpatrick chat about Tom’s school days with the BBC Micro computer. We take a look at the AMX Mouse with it’s Super Art package and educational games like Granny’s Garden. See our videos first on Patreon: https: www.patreon.com computinghistory Museum Website : http: www...
18h15 06  août
The Oric 1 and Oric Atmos
Adrian takes us through the story of Tangerine computers; Oric 1 and Oric Atmos and experiences a few of the video games available for these machines. Created with the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Help us create more videos Support us through Patreon : https: www.patreon.com...
09h06 06  août
The Making of The 7th Guest - VHS Special Edition Video - 1993
A VHS video tape supplied with the early releases of The 7th Guest on the IBM PC. See : http: www.computinghistory.org.uk det 60364 The-7th-Guest-(Special-Edition) (c) 1993 Virgin Games Inc.
20h49 30  juillet
Newsround - BBC Domesday Project Feature - November 1986
A segment from BBC Newsround in November 1986 about the Domesday Project. With footage from the Acorn Domesday exhibition stand. (C) BBC
09h59 28  juillet
Laurie Van Someren - Aleph-One - Acorn ARM Processors Upgrades
Chris Thomas talks to Laurie van Someren about his career in computing and his company; Aleph One, who produced ARM and x86 processor upgrades for Acorn Archimedes computers in the 90s. Edited from archive footage with the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Help us create more videos ...
13h48 17  juillet
The CGL Sord M5 Computer
Adrian tells us the history of the Sord M5 computer and tries out a couple of its games. Created with the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Help us create more videos Support us through Patreon : https: www.patreon.com computinghistory Museum Website : http: www.ComputingHistory...
11h20 01  juin
The Philips CD-I Game Console Home Entertainment System - CD-I 210
Dan tells us about the Philips CD-I game console and tries out a few key games. Help us create more videos Support us through Patreon : https: www.patreon.com computinghistory Museum Website : http: www.ComputingHistory.org.uk Twitter : https: twitter.com computermuseum Facebook : https...
08h49 12  mai
A Message for Silicon Fen Tech Companies
Our Chair of Trustees, Gareth Marlow, talks about how COVID-19 has affected our museum and how tech and video game companies might support us through our sponsorship packages : http: www.computinghistory.org.uk det 58202 sponsorship-opportunities http: www.computinghistory.org.uk news 58185...
16h22 04  mai
Colossus - The Greatest Secret in the History of Computing
Chris Shore talks about Colossus, how it came to be, how it worked and how it changed the course of World War II. Essential viewing Help us create more videos. Support us through Patreon : https: www.patreon.com computinghistory Museum Website : www.ComputingHistory.org.uk Twitter : https...
18h35 28  avril
ZipVid: The IBM 5150 Personal Computer
Jason gives us a quick overview of IBM’s most successful personal computer - The IBM 5150. If you like our videos and want to help us make more please subscribe to our Patreon : https: www.patreon.com computinghistory Museum Website : www.ComputingHistory.org.uk
17h18 01  avril
Rick Dickinson - Industrial Design of the Spectrum Next
Recorded at Spectrum 35 - 28th October 2017, Rick talks about the design process for the casing of the Spectrum Next retro computer and what it means to design for ’retro’. In memory of Rick Dickinson who sadly passed away in April 2018. 15 minutes into the talk the sound recording equipment was...