Enhance your experience of the Computer History Museum’s signature exhibition “Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing” by using this official audio tour. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the Computer History Museum is the world’s leading institution exploring the history of computing and its ongoing impact on society.
This engaging, one-hour tour features 31 of the most important artifacts and stories from the exhibition’s more than 1,000 unique artifacts. Narrated by NPR correspondent Laura Sydell, this tour features insider stories from staff and volunteers of the Museum, voices of computer pioneers such as Gordon Moore and Ed Catmull, historical images, and beautiful photographs of computing artifacts.
• Learn about the first computers, early robots, games, personal computers, mobile computing, and the Internet
• Hear stories from computing pioneers like Gordon Moore, Ed Catmull, and Steve Wozniak
• Discover the hidden stories of Silicon Valley companies like Atari, Pixar and Apple
This tour is made for travelling. No need to worry about expensive roaming charges. Once the tour is downloaded, it will work without an Internet connection.