Turing Machine Programmer
Used in conjunction with the Turing Machine, this is the programming console where the initial states and program commands are entered for the machine to process.
Built completely from scratch, and designed to look like a Moog Synthesizer - a perfect operator interface. A row of 32 switches set the initial states for computation, and then there are 3 banks of 10 selector switches that you build up the program code. Once the program is entered, you press the compile button - this checks for errors, and then the execute button uploads the program to the machine and runs it.