Kiel University of Applied Sciences opened its doors to visitors to demonstrate a unique collection of artifacts from the computer century. Here, for example, you can see calculation machines invented and built by a prominent German engineer Konrad Zuse. He is considered the creator of the first programmable computer Z3 in the world. In the museum you will find his calculator with electromagnetic relay Z11, processor Z16, transistor calculators Z23 and Z25 and the first electronic graphomat Z64. University collection holds a total of 1500 items, it is impossible to exhibit them all but it is planned to create a virtual version of the exhibition that will be accessible online.