The Computer Museum at
the Kiel University of Applied Sciences
Date: 01/2011 – 07/2011
Client: Forschungs- und Entwicklungszentrum Fachhochschule Kiel GmbH
The Computer Museum documents the history of computing in the 20th century. The objects, photos, sound clips and films on show highlight its most varied aspects and explain the changes in society that have occurred as a result. A total of 17 media stations provide background information, while two simulators enable visitors to try out old computer games on old computers true to the originals.
The exhibition is being curated by the Berlin computer scientist Ralf Bülow. A team of students at the Muthesius University of Art in Kiel is taking care of the spatial design for the exhibition, headed by Ludwig Fromm and Michael Breda. Ludwig Fromm and Berlin architect Fedor Sukatus are jointly responsible for the execution.