The Newly Refurbished Exhibit of IBM's ASCC (Harvard Mark I) Aims to Reveal the Footsteps of Pioneers
Over fifteen years have gone by since the Mark I made its debut in the Science Center. Tens of thousands of students, faculty, staff and visitors from all over the world have seen it in all its majesty. It remains one of the most recognizable objects on Harvard's campus. It even has its own Wikipedia page! Such fame was deserving of a make-over, one that reflects not only the machine itself but the great men and women who designed and operated it. Our new multimedia exhibit highlights the history and technical aspects of this largest instrument in the care of the CHSI.
The Mark I at Harvard - A virtual tour of the information from our updated installation.
IBM's online exhibit on the ASCC-Harvard Mark I, and the corporate/private partnership that made it possible.
Examine material related to this epochal device on Waywiser.
Harvard Science Center
First Floor Lobby
Open 24 hours (HUID Required 11:30pm - 6am)
"The Story of Mark I" Cinematography & Editing by Maria Stenzel.