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).
RUSSIAN TEXTILE MILL Inside a Soviet-run textile mill, a worker checks the quality of cotton by running his hand through a raw batch. A wide pan across the machine floor followed by a close up of one machine shows cotton strands being processed into fabric.
MINING IN THE USSR A train loaded with minerals passes out of a mining facility as automated heavy machinery digs into the hillside of a Soviet site. A conveyor belt transfers dirt and minerals into sifting tanks. Sorted minerals are poured into train carts. Coal mine workers operate a machine, and coal carts wheel out of the mine on tracks.
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