Silent film demonstrating an early (1970s) computer program for creating three-dimensional molecular models and allowing users to manipulate those models using keyboard commands and a trackball. This film includes the keyboard commands used to operate the software, as well as demonstrations of different functions, views, and display options. The software was created at the Laboratory of Molecular Biophysics at Oxford University, likely by C. David Barry.
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Donated to the Science History Institute by C. David Barry in 2003.
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Barry, C. David, and University of Oxford. “Computer Aided Resolution of Molecular Conformations.” 16Mm (photographic film size), 1970–1979. C. David Barry and Edgar Meyer Collection of Molecular Science 16mm Films. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/uf933f3.
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