Guide to the Hewitt D. Crane papers
The Hewitt D. Crane papers document Crane’s time as an engineer and inventor at Stanford Research Institute (later renamed SRI International), from 1959 to 2005. Included in the collection are materials related to some of the systems and products he developed, including all-magnetic computing and logic systems, the Purkinje Image Eye-Tracker, handwriting verification systems, and auditory neuroscience systems. Also included are manuscripts for his book “A Cubic Mile of Oil: Realities and Options for Averting the Looming Global Energy Crisis” and a history of the winery he co-founded, Ridge Vineyards.
Doub, Bo; Hayden, Kim; Lott, Sara Chabino
Computer History Museum
5 linear feet, 4 record cartons
Cradle Technologies; electrical engineering; Eye tracking; Magnetic tracking; Optical character recognition; Stanford Research Institute (SRI); SRI International
Hewitt D. Crane papers
Gift of Hewitt D. Crane family