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Ken Thompson (sitting)-&-Dennis Ritchie at PDP-11. Courtesy of Peter Hamer / Wikipedia.org. Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0. Link: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ken_Thompson_(sitting)_and_Dennis_Ritchie_at_PDP-11_(2876612463).jpg

Image demonstrating the GUI of Windows Mobile 6.0 (2007)- MSDN (although Windows Mobile is copyright Microsoft).This image is a copyrighted screen shot of a commercially-released computer software product of Microsoft Corporation. You must include the following statement: "Used with permission from Microsoft."

Recording a factorial program in Pygmalion. Author: David Smith. Courtesy of David Smith, images rights granted from Dr. David Smith. Link: http://acypher.com/wwid/Chapters/01Pygmalion.html

Screenshot of TouchDevelop app for Android. Image by Nikolai Tillmann. This image is a copyrighted screen shot of a commercially-released computer software product of Microsoft Corporation. "Used with permission from Microsoft." https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/cc300389.

Screenshot of android emulator. Image by Hrishikesh Murali. Creative Commons Attribution.

Screenshot of Visual Basic Form Design.This image is a copyrighted screen shot of a commercially-released computer software product of Microsoft Corporation. "Used with permission from Microsoft." (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/legal/intellectualproperty/trademarks/usage/default.aspx )

Screenshot of computer programming software called Scratch. Open Source app https://scratch.mit.edu/ , Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 license.

Screenshot of a visual abstraction of sin algorithm. Author : Karolos Talvis. Courtesy of pibook.gr

Eclipse 4.5 Mars in the Java EE perspective. Courtesy of Amr Eladawy / Wikipedia.org. Creative Commons Attribution.

The Processing Development Environment. Author : Karolos Talvis. Courtesy of pibook.gr

Open-source hardware platform Arduino uno. Courtesy of arduino.cc. Creative Commons Attribution.

The LilyPad Arduino is a microcontroller board designed for wearables and e-textiles. Designed and developed by Leah Buechley and SparkFun Electronics.Creative Commons Attribution

Arduino joystick shield. Courtesy of ElecFreaks.Creative Commons Attribution.

Pebble was prototyped using Arduino. Image: Courtesy of Priya Kuber. Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0.

Example of a tangible user interface. Image via Wikipedia.org. Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0.

TUIO_simulator example. Image: Courtesy of reactivision.sourceforge.net.General Public License.

Software that simulates and controls Barcelona's "Magic fountain". A complete overhaul of their once state of the art manual control system. Image: Courtesy of Amy Goodman (amycgx). Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0