Highly successful Long Night of Museums event at EPIC CoE member HUN-REN SZTAKI

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HUN-REN SZTAKI, consortium member of the EPIC CoE project, also participated at the 2024 Long Night of Museums.
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This was the second time for the institute to join the popular science programme with its own hardware history exhibition, focusing on 60 years of hardware development. József Kovács and Géza Haidegger, development engineers, gave a presentation on the importance of the GD 80 display and the work and legacy of professor Tamás Roska, father of the "seeing computer".

The Hungarian video of the event can be seen here.