The Barbican: Digital Revolution

 

 

 

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Really interesting exhibition. It was amazing to see the first computers, video game consoles, WWW etc., as I’ve never actually seen them in real life! It was also incredibly nostalgic to play certain games (especially The Sims!) that were groundbreaking at the time.

I really would recommend this to everyone, even if you don’t particularly have an interest in digital design. The exhibition made me really appreciate how amazingly advanced technology and design has evolved in my lifetime alone, let alone since the first PC was made!

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