During The 62nd Berlin International Film Festival, TOP-IX (Torino Piemonte Internet Exchange), Berlinale Official Streaming Provider, brings to Berlin “Hommage an die Komputing Revolution”, an exhibition created by Marco Boglione and curated by Cecilia Botta and Massimo Temporelli for K-Way Gallery.
The exhibition traces the history of the computing revolution during the Seventies and the Eighties. The highlight of the collection is the first Apple computer, known as Apple-1, produced in 1976, considered the “Holy Graal” of modern personal computers, sold in November 2010 at Christie’s auction house, at price of 157.000 euro.
At the same venue, TOP-IX is hosting two informal networking events, to share information and updates about its activities:
wednesday february 15th (from 8 pm to 11 pm): event dedicated to projects and initiatives around Open Data and its applications, in partnership with Open Knowledge Foundation;
friday february 17th (from 8 pm to 11 pm): event about start up and the support of young ICT, given by Development Program of TOP-IX Consortium.
“Hommage an die Komputing Revolution”
15th -17th Febrary 2012, from 10 am to 8 pm, free entrance
Computerspielemuseum Karl-Marx-Allee 93a, 10243 Berlino