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How It Started, How It’s Going

By May 15, 2023January 9th, 2024No Comments
Photo art of a computing device, a handheld game, a joystick, computer keyboards, and various cassette tapes. Art by Darren Terpstra for the exhibit How It Started, How It's Going

Art by Darren Terpstra, exhibit designer

Experts in human-computer interaction (HCI), virtual reality (VR), and digital graphics have dabbled across these overlapping fields for many years, but a new generation of users and high-tech culture mavens are integrating these technologies to take them to new and dizzying heights.

This exhibit is presented by the Charles Babbage Institute Archives at the University of Minnesota Libraries.

Exhibit details

Art by Darren Terpstra, exhibit designer

What: How It Started, How It’s Going: Interactivity and High-Tech Culture
When: May 22 through Sept. 15, 2023
Where: Elmer L. Andersen Library, First floor gallery | Open during library hours (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday; and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday) | Parking & directions

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