Electronics Associates Inc. | i |
 
last name: Associates Inc.
first name: Electronics
Summary

In 1952, Electronics Associates Inc. began to produce analogue computers of the PACE-series, hybrid models, plotters and other equipment. Parallel to high-capacity mainframe computers, they also developed a desk-top computer.

As early as 1961, the company was able to claim: "Over 70 per cent of the precision general purpose analogue computers now in use

have been designed and built by EAI."

A correspondingly large scale production plant, equipped with ultramodern technology, was located in West Long Banch (New Jersey, USA), with affiliated EAI Computation Centers in Princeton (New Jersey, USA), Los Angeles (California, USA), San Francisco (California, USA) and for the European market – in Brussels (Belgium)
and Burgess Hi ll (Sussex, England). EAI customers include aeronautics and the aerospace industry (for example NASA), biomedicine, chemicals technology, foods and textiles industries and the military.

The work Stained Glass Window in the Bremen collection was generated on the basis of the snowflake curve principle, using a data-plotter. As early as 1963, this work won second prize in the first Computer Art Contest of the magazine Computers and Automation, which launched this international competition for computer graphics in both 1963 and the following year, first prize was awarded to graphics by the US. Army Ballistic Research Laboratories.

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