From the 1950’s to the late 1990’s, computer innovation has played a major role in society; every “byte” of which will be shown off at Port Huron from March 8th to April 28th, 2013.
“Byte by Byte: The Story of Computer Innovation” exhibit opens at the Port Huron Museum on Friday March 8th.
The Museum has partnered with Rob Borsuk of Academic Gadgets who is an avid hobbyist and collector of computer machines and software dating all the way back to the 1950’s. The exhibit includes real working devices from the earliest stages of the computer.
Weekend family programs will be presented as well as educational programs for schools and youth groups.
Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and students, and free for Port Huron Museum members, active military and children under four. A family pack of two adult tickets and up to four children is also available for $20. The Carnegie Center at the Port Huron Museum is located at 1115 Sixth Street Port Huron, Michigan.
For more information about “Byte by Byte,” visit PHmuseum.org or call 810-982-0891