First generation of computers
The first generation of computers, beginning around the end of World War
2, and continuing until around the year 1957, included computers that used
vacuum tubes, drum memories, and programming in machine code.
Computers at that time where mammoth machines that did not have the
power our present day desktop microcomputers.
In 1950, the first real-time, interactive computer was completed by a
design team at MIT. The 'Whirlwind Computer,' as it was called, was a
revamped U.S. Navy project for developing an aircraft simulator. The
Whirlwind used a cathode ray tube and a light gun to provi…
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