1970 Compulogical Tutor

1970 Compusad Compulogical Tutor
The 1970 Compusad Compulogical Tutor
The manual (photo image courtesy Smithsonian Archives)
Compulogical Tutor Exhibit
The Compusad Compulogical Tutor was the brainchild of Joseph J. Bialek.

We’ve added a small exhibit for this device under our “What If” wall because it’s an early computing device meant for home/school use. The programming was done by installing logic blocks with pegs into the surface and connecting them with alligator clips to complete the circuit. Lights indicate the results. Concepts of AND, OR, NOR, etc. are introduced with this tutor trainer for all ages.