64 Bits

The name we created for an exhibition of 32 Web 1.0 websites and 32 examples of computer art. 64-bits also describes a generation of computers that use 64-bit microprocessors, first used in PCs in the 1990s. See what we did there?

NB the exhibition is also available in a smaller byte size format.

64, from the Indo-Arabic numeral system invented between the 1st and 4th centuries by Indian mathematicians.

Bit, a contraction of binary digit coined by US computer pioneer John Tukey in 1948.

Client : Computer History Museum

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1 Waterden Rd, London E15 2HB