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Micrex Toy Control Interface

The Toy Control Interface was developed jointly by MICREX and Manchester SEMERC to extend the educational possibilities of switches and electrical toys used with multiply handicapped and young physically handicapped pupils. The Interface is supplied with a basic set of software to allow a variety of demands to be made on the single-switch user, and to provide a simple record of the user's performance.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Micrex

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39130. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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