Gallery: Brilliant Computer History Museum Renovated From a Silicon Val...

It should come as no surprise in this day and age that there is a museum dedicated to the evolution of the computer and the cadre of intelligista who invented everything from the Babbage Engine to the iPad. The itinerant museum, which was originally founded in Massachusetts, finally has a home worthy of its impressive computational collection thanks in part to Mark Horton Architecture. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley and surrounded by Google, HP, Cisco and hundreds of other high tech firms, the Computer History Museum took over the former headquarters of Silicon Graphics and renovated it into a futuristic, bright and spacious building, which now holds the world's largest collection of computer artifacts.

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