TELEVISION CONTROL ROOM Employees on the phone and editing newsclips in a television control room. Many news images appear on several screens, computers are shown being used. Stock market tickers show the latest stock market prices from around the world.
Date: 2000s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:39:00, No Audio
FIRST COMPUTER (ENIAC) - 6 Shots of the ENIAC, the first computer. Includes the famous flashing numbers (halves of Ping-Pong balls, numbered and placed over light bulbs, which flashed during the machine's computations).
FIRST COMPUTER (ENIAC) - 13 CU of the ENIAC, the first general-purpose electronic digital computer. The label reads, "ELECTRONIC NUMERICAL INTEGRATOR AND COMPUTER DEVELOPED, DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED BY THE...UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 1944."
JOHN MAUCHLY AND ENIAC COMPUTER - 2 John Mauchly, co-inventor of the ENIAC (the first computer), working with technicians. He calls out numbers while one man turns dials. Another worker hands him a paper while Mr. Mauchly studies the famous flashing numbers (halves of Ping-Pong balls, numbered and placed over light bulbs, which flashed during the machine's computations).
JOHN MAUCHLY AND ENIAC COMPUTER - 1 Shot of John Mauchly, co-inventor of the ENIAC, the computer. The inventor talking and pointing to the computer's famous flashing numbers (halves of Ping-Pong balls, numbered and placed over light bulbs, which flashed during the machine's computations).
INVENTORS OF ENIAC COMPUTER - 1 John W. Mauchly and J. Presper Eckert standing in front of their invention, the ENIAC computer (the first large-scale general-purpose electronic computer). CU of the men talking and looking at the camera. The logo. "THE ENIAC" is visible in the background.
NEW MEDIA ARTS CENTER INTERACTIVE GAMING New interactive game technology introduced. Images of people interacting with one another are shown on a large screen television at the New Media Arts Centre in Toronto. A viewer sits in front of the interactive game shown on the large screen television. Creator James Rossell speaks to reporter about his programming. Computer screen images are projected onto a wall in a living room in an alternative form of interactive gaming. Various programmers and computer experts talk.
PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO AND AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS AND REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
Date: July 13, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:42:00, With Audio
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