A demonstration of a new robot which can do many things including sing and dance.
Life size animated models which include a prehistoric elephant are demonstrated.
Material relating to newsreel story "US Space Setback" - 65/88.
Great shots of the 1970s top of the range computers - they fill a room.
Patients are connected to computer that monitors their health at Middlesex Hospital.
A look at battery chicken farming and modern egg factory run by computers.
Footage of new British Rail computer.
New inventions of the Post Office Research Department: letter sorting machine and speech synthesiser.
US Naval Ordnance Research Calculator the (NORC) an early computer, in operation.
Weather reports are fed into computers to give more accurate forecasts.
New contemporary music from France.
Computer room typical of the 1970s - lots of large magnetic tape machines and flashing lights.
Robotic arms are used to light a secretary's cigarette.
Sir Frederick Wall starts the new machine which answers questions at the push of a button.
Soldiers of Royal Engineers learn how to make maps under battle conditions.
Inventor E.W. Davies and his machine that plays noughts and crosses.
An Industrial exhibition in Germany is visited by guests from many nations.
International industrial fair in Milan, Italy.
Pan American uses computers to speed up flight bookings.
New computer for the army at Chilwell near Nottingham.
Children using machines called "Grundy Tutors" and a teacher demonstrates a "Vu-Graph".
Children show how the computer teaches them sums.
Computers are used to help the work of farmers in Sussex.
A mechanical 'computer' is seen in action as inventor Roland Emett adds the finishing touches.
Mad inventor and artist Roland Emett makes his own quirky computer.
The abacus beats the modern calculator in competition in Hong Kong.
Labour saving devices for office workers on display at Olympia.
New computer typewriter demonstrated.
Computer traffic control in London.
Robot girl Miss Honeywell demonstrates computer equipment at an Olympia Exhibition.
Radio telescope erected near Cambridge helps the scientists to locate the stars too far away to see.
Tony Benn and other VIPs watch car crash test at MIRA laboratory.
Computerised system speeds up meat unloading at London Docks.
Clerkenwell marriage bureau uses computer to match couples.
Peter Zinovieff composes music on his computer. Putney, London.
Engineers at consoles inside the GPO Telegraph building.
Computer driving simulator help learner drivers in Holland.
New computer system in action at National Giro Bank in Liverpool.
Shots of a large early computer from the United States of America.