James Tau and Lin Ping Ang hold the ENIAC test chip
University of Pennsylvania
8 x 10 in.
Mark Garvin / University of Pennsylvania
This is a color image of two undergraduate male students holding chips that hold the entire ENIAC circuitry. The student on the left,wearing a "PENN" shirt has a die on his left finger tip and the student on the right, wearing glasses, has an IC chip in his right hand. In the background are computers that look like the original ENIAC. Background is somewhat dark with light coming from the direction of the camera. Written on the label affixed to verso side is "Penn undergrads, James Tau & Lin Ping Ang, hold the ENIAC test chip (containing the entire original ENIAC circuitry) which they and faculty from Penn's Electrical Engineering Dept., School of Engineering & Applied Science, created for the ENIAC 50th celebration. This copy is provided for research purposes only, and with the understanding that no further reproduction or quotation from it will be made without express permission of the author."
Publicity photograph; Identification photograph
ENIAC (Computer); Integrated circuits; Tau, James; Ang, Lin Ping