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Electronic Collection

"Exploring the Electrifying World of Electronics

Background imageElectronic Collection: IBM Electronic Composer, 1970s

IBM Electronic Composer, 1970s
IBM Electronic Composer. This model of typewriter is an example of an IBM Selectric typewriter, all of which used typeballs (one see at centre left)

Background imageElectronic Collection: Mos technology 6502 microprocessor

Mos technology 6502 microprocessor
Mos Technology 6502 microprocessor integrated circuit, a type of silicon chip used in Pet, Acorn & Commodore personal computers. Macro photograph. Magnification: X3 at 35mm size

Background imageElectronic Collection: Standard electrical circuit symbols

Standard electrical circuit symbols. Diagram of standard symbols used to represent electrical equipment in electrical circuit diagrams. The symbols are arranged in six rows of sets of three

Background imageElectronic Collection: Cubesat satellite

Cubesat satellite
Cubesat microsatellite on display at the 2010 International Astronautical Congress exhibition in Prague

Background imageElectronic Collection: Optical computing

Optical computing. Coloured light micrograph of a section through a hybrid electronic-optical circuit board. Optical waveguides (red) are used to transmit data in the form of light pulses

Background imageElectronic Collection: Electric guitar and amplifier

Electric guitar and amplifier

Background imageElectronic Collection: Pilot ACE computer, 1950

Pilot ACE computer, 1950
Pilot ACE computer. Control panel of the Automatic Computing Engine (ACE) pilot model. This was a preliminary version of the full ACE design

Background imageElectronic Collection: Greyhound Racing

Greyhound Racing
Humorous illustration by George Studdy showing a rather embarrassed man in the crowd of spectators at a greyhound race, bemused to find his hat blown off

Background imageElectronic Collection: Circuit board

Circuit board

Background imageElectronic Collection: Artificial intelligence, artwork

Artificial intelligence, artwork
Artificial intelligence, conceptual computer artwork

Background imageElectronic Collection: Microchip, light micrograph

Microchip, light micrograph
Microchip. Light micrograph of the surface of a microchip using differential interference contrast microscopy (DIC). Magnification: x100

Background imageElectronic Collection: Humanoid robot, artwork

Humanoid robot, artwork
Humanoid robot, computer artwork. Computer artwork of a humanoid robot that resembles a human female. The coloured lights represent the electrical energy

Background imageElectronic Collection: Draughtsmen at work

Draughtsmen at work
Draughtsmen prepare technical drawings for an electronic wiring system, in a large open plan room, with plenty of essential natural light. Photograph by Heinz Zinram

Background imageElectronic Collection: Early electronic valve, diagram

Early electronic valve, diagram
Audion amplifier. Diagram of an Audion triode valve that was the first amplifier. It was invented by Lee De Forest in 1907

Background imageElectronic Collection: Silicon sunrise

Silicon sunrise
" Silicon Sunrise" - composite photograph of several circular silicon wafers. Each wafer consists of an array of individual integrated circuits or silicon chips

Background imageElectronic Collection: Circuit board, artwork

Circuit board, artwork
Circuit board. Computer artwork depicting city scape made of electronic circuits

Background imageElectronic Collection: Fingerprint scanner, artwork

Fingerprint scanner, artwork
Fingerprint scanner, computer artwork

Background imageElectronic Collection: French composer and performer Jean Michel Jarre seen here on stage playing a laser harp

French composer and performer Jean Michel Jarre seen here on stage playing a laser harp wearing asbestos gloves during his Destination Docklands concert. October 1988 88 5602

Background imageElectronic Collection: English Electric Canberra T. 17 WK111

English Electric Canberra T. 17 WK111
Royal Air Force - English Electric Canberra T.17 WK111 EA, of No.360 Squadron, used for Electronic Counter Measures training and simulation for exercises. Date: circa 1980

Background imageElectronic Collection: At sign on a computer keyboard, symbolic image for the internet

At sign on a computer keyboard, symbolic image for the internet

Background imageElectronic Collection: Young man with laptop sitting on steps

Young man with laptop sitting on steps

Background imageElectronic Collection: Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence. Conceptual computer artwork of a brain inside a computer, representing intelligent computers. The monitor screen shows a human eye

Background imageElectronic Collection: Circuit board man

Circuit board man

Background imageElectronic Collection: Close-up of some computer data wires

Close-up of some computer data wires
Computer wire. Close-up of several computer wires. A length of multicoloured ribbon wire is seen in the foreground. These insulated electronic wires are used for data connections in computers

Background imageElectronic Collection: X-ray of a silicon chip from a teletext board

X-ray of a silicon chip from a teletext board
Silicon chip. X-ray of a silicon chip from a television teletext board. The actual chip is a prepared square of the semiconductor silicon (at centre)

Background imageElectronic Collection: Electrical items

Electrical items, clockwise from left, a Nokia mobile phone, a Sony walkman/radio and a digital watch

Background imageElectronic Collection: Mathematical equipment

Mathematical equipment
Mathematics equipment. Protractor (left), a pair of compasses and pencil (centre top), a pen (right) and an electronic calculator (lower centre)

Background imageElectronic Collection: Wireless communication

Wireless communication
MODEL RELEASED. Wireless communication. Boy using a bluetooth hands-free headset for his mobile phone

Background imageElectronic Collection: Crossroads

Crossroads
Tal Paz-Fridman

Background imageElectronic Collection: Theremin, Mr. portrait photograph, 1928 May 3. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Theremin, Mr. portrait photograph, 1928 May 3. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Theremin, Mr. portrait photograph, 1928 May 3

Background imageElectronic Collection: Theremin, Mr. portrait photograph, 1928 May 3. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Theremin, Mr. portrait photograph, 1928 May 3. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Theremin, Mr. portrait photograph, 1928 May 3

Background imageElectronic Collection: Mr. Theremin, portrait photograph, 1928 May 3. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Mr. Theremin, portrait photograph, 1928 May 3. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Mr. Theremin, portrait photograph, 1928 May 3. Leon Theremin, (Lev Sergeyevich Termen), Russian inventor of the theremin, one of the first electronic musical instruments

Background imageElectronic Collection: Birth of a baby, Rochford General Hospital, Essex

Birth of a baby, Rochford General Hospital, Essex
Birth of a baby at Rochford General Hospital, Essex. When Janet Gisby was admitted, the chances were high that, after two miscarriages, she would lose her baby

Background imageElectronic Collection: Gillian Duxbury and a large size model of the electronic game 'Merlin'

Gillian Duxbury and a large size model of the electronic game "Merlin"
Gillian Duxbury and a large size model of the electronic game " Merlin", with 6 year old Julia and 7 year old Grant, also with other toys sold at Woolworths. 31st October 1979

Background imageElectronic Collection: Boeing RC-135U-BN Combat Sent 3 63-9792

Boeing RC-135U-BN Combat Sent 3 63-9792
United States Air Force - Boeing RC-135U-BN Combat Sent 3 63-9792 (msn 18706). Built as an RC-135B specification from the outset and later modified by Martin as an RC-135C

Background imageElectronic Collection: George Morris inventor of the 12 volt electric Welsh Harp

George Morris inventor of the 12 volt electric Welsh Harp
George Morris inventor of the 12 volt portable electric Welsh Harp, testing his invention in the hills of Snowdonia, North Wales Date: 1988

Background imageElectronic Collection: Thor: Electric Washing Machine - Chas E. Beck & Co. Ltd, 1920. Creator: Unknown

Thor: Electric Washing Machine - Chas E. Beck & Co. Ltd, 1920. Creator: Unknown
Thor: Electric Washing Machine - The Bugbear of Washing-day and the solution - Chas E. Beck & Co. Ltd. 1920. The Thor washing machine was the first electric clothes washer sold commercially in

Background imageElectronic Collection: Akihabara electronic town, Tokyo, Japan

Akihabara electronic town, Tokyo, Japan

Background imageElectronic Collection: 220124 Neon Sunrise

220124 Neon Sunrise
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Background imageElectronic Collection: 220128 Mono Two Moons

220128 Mono Two Moons
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Background imageElectronic Collection: 220122 Neon Moonscape

220122 Neon Moonscape
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Background imageElectronic Collection: Mono Moonscape

Mono Moonscape
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Background imageElectronic Collection: 220120 Neon Sunset

220120 Neon Sunset
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Background imageElectronic Collection: Golden Sunrise

Golden Sunrise
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Background imageElectronic Collection: 220116 Neon Waveform

220116 Neon Waveform
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Background imageElectronic Collection: Mono Waveform

Mono Waveform
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Background imageElectronic Collection: 220116 Color Waveform

220116 Color Waveform
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Background imageElectronic Collection: Black Mono Waveform

Black Mono Waveform
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"Exploring the Electrifying World of Electronics: From the Mos Technology 6502 Microprocessor to Cutting-Edge AI Artwork" Step into a realm where innovation meets imagination, as we delve into the captivating world of electronics. 🌐⚡ Unveiling the backbone of modern computing, we begin with the legendary Mos Technology 6502 microprocessor - a revolutionary invention that paved the way for countless technological advancements. Next, let's decipher the language of circuits through standard electrical circuit symbols. These intricate hieroglyphics guide electrons on their mesmerizing journey within electronic devices. Travel back in time to witness history unfold with the Pilot ACE computer from 1950 - an early glimpse into what would become our digital age. Its humble beginnings laid foundations for today's powerful machines. Venturing beyond Earth's boundaries, we encounter Cubesat satellites orbiting high above us. These tiny marvels enable groundbreaking research and communication across vast distances. The electrifying sound waves produced by an electric guitar and amplifier resonate deep within our souls, transcending barriers and igniting passion in musicians worldwide. Behold a labyrinthine masterpiece – a circuit board intricately woven like artwork itself. This symphony of connections brings life to our gadgets and gizmos, making technology seamlessly integrate into our lives. Witness artificial intelligence come alive through awe-inspiring artwork that challenges conventional notions of creativity. The fusion between human ingenuity and machine intellect creates breathtaking masterpieces that blur boundaries. Zooming closer than ever before, explore a microchip under microscopic lenses revealing its intricate architecture – an amalgamation of science and artistry at its finest. Gaze upon humanoid robots depicted through artistic lenses; these mechanical beings embody both fascination and trepidation as they mirror humanity’s quest for advancement in robotics technology. Observe skilled draughtsmen meticulously crafting blueprints amidst wires and components - architects shaping tomorrow's electronic landscape with precision strokes on paper.