The world’s first project for computer history 3D shooting starts at the Cybermuseum in Murom – Private Museums of Russia
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The world’s first project for computer history 3D shooting starts at the Cybermuseum in Murom

Another variant of reorientation during the coronavirus pandemic was invented by the first Russian private Cybermuseum (a member of the Association of Private Museums of Russia). And not just an option, but one that has no analogues in the world. In fact, there are not so many computer museums, but large ones can be counted on one hand. And none of them still allows viewing the exhibits from all angles in high resolution. It is symbolic that the start of the project is timed to coincide with the Personal Computer Day, because it was on August 12, 1981 that the first IBM PC 5150 was born, predetermining the development of the industry for decades to come.

It remains to be hoped that soon everyone will have the opportunity to examine in detail the antique techniques and get acquainted with its history without leaving home. We will try to follow the implementation of the ambitious project and, perhaps, will publish the most successful pictures.