Power up the Past!

The Museum of Computer Culture is an Austin, Texas nonprofit organization seeking to inspire and educate the public with engaging exhibits on the evolution of computer history and its influence on our common cultural experience. We support digital archival studies through data migration services to universities and other institutions, restore vintage computer hardware, and promote computer history through digital content.

The MCC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. We welcome your tax-deductible donation!

Feel free to explore our Blog, where you can keep up with our activities and enjoy insightful anecdotes on computer history from our contributors. Have a story to share? Contact us!

For more details, please email our curator.


Phil Ryals operating the RC-3

The RC-3 Relay Computer was born through the efforts of our own Phil Ryals. He designed and built this unique homage to electro-mechanical computing based on the work of Dr. Harry Porter. Check out Phil’s complete guide to the creation and documentation of this incredible project.

“RC-3 Relay Computer”