This is a print of the US Army Computer Evolution Tree starting with the ENIAC computer in 1945 and branching to 1961. The ENIAC was the first programmable electronic computer. One of its uses was to compute artillery range values which it could do in 30 seconds instead of the 20 hours that it took a human to compute.
The original patent has been cleaned up and enhanced to create an attractive display piece for your home or office. This is a great way to put your interests and hobbies on display. Wonderful gift idea as well.
The image is printed on professional, acid free, archival matte fine art paper giving the image rich and vibrant colors.
Canvas prints are printed with UV-protected inks on museum-grade archival canvas (390 grams/square meter). They are mounted on a .75 inch wooden stretcher frame with pre-installed metal hooks. Canvas prints come ready to hang so there is no need to purchase a frame.
Prints are packaged in acid-free, moisture resistant sleeves, and shipped in rigid cardboard mailers.
Frames are for display purposes only and are not included.