A story that takes place inside a strange, little known world: a personal computer, the perfect setting for a fast-paced, funny, one-minute-long story. Ages 9+.

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Original videos and interactive animation on computer science:

Proof That Computers Can't Do Everything (The Halting Problem)
Visualization of Alan Turing's Halting Theorem.

A demonstration of Binary and Hexadecimal numbers
An interactive animation showing Decimal, Binary, and Hexadecimal counters.

Visualization of Quick Sort
A demonstration of the sorting algorithm Quick sort, with comparison to a simpler sorting algorithm, Bubble sort.

Demonstration of Compression
Write a piece of text and see how we compress it.

An adder built from logic gates
An interactive demonstration of how logic gates work, and how they can be used to perform mathematical operations.

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