Mask layers for early integrated circuit designs were hand cut out of Rubylith masking film for photographic reduction.
Image: Top - Operators hand cutting circuit designs out of Rubylith film. Bottom - Detail view of the Rubylith design.
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Uploaded on Jun 18, 2011
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György Kepes founded the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT in 1967.
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Beginning in 1965, Alexander Girard designed over 17,000 items for Braniff International Airways.
Image: Girard’s “Braniff Dove Logo” was among the thousands of items he designed which also included furniture, dishes and even playing cards.
Uploaded on May 28, 2011
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Introduced in 1975, IKARUS became the de facto font editing software used to digitize film-type libraries of the time.
IKARUS was created by Peter Karow for German based Rudolph Weber company (now URW) and originally written in FORTRAN.
Uploaded on May 8, 2011
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Early American hobos developed a set of symbols, often written in chalk or coal, to inform or warn their fellow hobos.
Image: Examples of symbols found in the hobo code.
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