In this oral history interview, Danny Cohen discusses his experience with computer graphics, computer networking, and his role in the development of the ARPANET. He first talks about growing up in Israel, culminating with his education at Technion and his first exposure to computers at the Weitzman Institute. After that, he immigrated to the United States and began studies at MIT before transferring to Harvard to work with Ivan Sutherland. Danny talks about developing the first real-time visual flight simulator while in graduate school, then continues by talking about working to develop real-time speech over the ARPANET at the University of Southern California. Danny then details his time working on several projects for the Department of Defense before he entered the private sector at Sun Microsystems.