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LEO Catalogue Update: 18th September 2020

18th September 2020

The LEO Computers Society (LCS) have tirelessly collected photographic evidence from throughout the life of the LEO computer, and we are currently focussed on sorting and cataloguing the photos they have gathered from many different sources.  Since our last update, we have added the following to our online catalogue:

Photographs donated to the LCS by Alan King

Photographs transferred by LCS Chair, Peter Byford

 

Photographs of LEO I have formed a core part of the research for the virtual reality part of our project - have a closer look at the photos and what they can tell us about the first installation of LEO at Cadby Hall via the LEOvr interactive here: http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/leodev/photos/

 

Find out more about our Heritage Lottery-funded LEO project here:   Welcome to LEO

 

 



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