Turing Centenary proposal, Science Museum, London

Cybernetic tortoise, 1950s, in the Turing exhibition at the Science Museum. David Smith, Flickr, Creative Commons licence BY-NC-SA 2.0.
The Pilot Ace computer, 1951, on display at the Science Museum's Turing exhibition.

Alan Turing (1912–1954) was one of the sharpest minds of the 20th century and a man pivotal in the development of computers, artificial intelligence and the code breaking which helped the Allies win World War II. Stephen developed an exhibition proposal for the Science Museum to mark Turing’s birth. The proposal established narrative and exhibit options, including a landmark audio interactive, as well as exploring design procurement options. The project evolved into Codebreaker – Alan Turing’s life and legacy.