graphic computer

VIA EPIA-M910 Mini-ITX Board – Board with VIA QuadCore E-Series Graphic

graphic computer system – Created by Doug Engelbart in the 1960s, controlled by a special keyboard and something called a mouse, that would let people work together on documents, manipulate complex ideas, even from far-flung locales.

The idea of the graphic computer, in 1950. “It just went together within an hour or two, about what computers could do,” Engelbart remembers. “Because I’d been a radar technician I knew how radar made images on the oscilloscope, and also how radar electronics could change things on the screen. I knew that if a computer could punch cards or print on paper, it could draw things on the screen.”



Monitor, display

human computer interaction

Engineering ideas

  • input, output, display

Show and Tell
Now it is your turn. Here are some challenges for you to work on…

  • design your own human computer interaction device. How would you communicate with a computer? How would the computer communicate with you?

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