024 > RAL Lecture
Above: Tony Pritchett and 'The Chilton Atlas' (console). The 'Atlas Laboratory' was situated at Harwell A.E.R.E. (which is now home to The Rutherford Appleton Laboratory). Photo by Nigel Kellaway.

024 > RAL Lecture

Professor David Duce, Dr Victoria Marshall and myself gave a lecture on how (we think!) Tony Pritchett made Britain's first piece of computer animation, The Flexipede.The talk was based on…

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014 > Dr. Victoria Marshall
The Chilton Atlas console. Thanks to Dr. Victoria Marshall, this once cutting-edge supercomputer technology no longer lies abandoned in a warehouse.

014 > Dr. Victoria Marshall

When she's not poking around in dusty warehouses, Dr. Marshall manages the diagnostic computers which run the Astra Gemini laser at Rutherford Laboratory, developing software to control, analyse and monitor…

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