Operator at UNIVAC II console.
Kathleen Booth with the ARC computer relay panel, 1948. Booth developed various components for the ARC and wrote the ARC assembly language, generally considered to be the first assembly language.
Programmers Lidy Zweers-De Ronde two unknown colleagues at the console of a Ferranti Mark I. Shell laboratory, Amsterdam, ca. 1952.
Woman playing early video game Spacewar! on a PDP-1 computer, AFIPS Fall Joint Computer Conference, 1964.
The IBM 8775 display terminal, introduced on October 3rd, 1978 as part of the IBM 8100 information system. The display could highlight characters and words by varying their intensity, blinking or showing dark characters on a light background, and supported 3,440 characters on its anti-reflective screen.
Varian nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, circa 1960s