Living Computers: Museum + Labs (LCM+L)

Living Computers would not be a reality without the purchase of the TOAD-1 System, a desktop version of the mainframe computer family PDP-10, by Vulcan Incorporated in 1997. Owner of Vulcan, Paul Allen pursued the prospect of preserving the software that created such systems, leading him to open a series of remote accounts on to the public. Once the collection was expanded in 2012, the Living Computers Museum was officially opened. Additionally, the museum offers labs with hands-on workshops for those interested in developing computer science skills.