Necessity is the mother of invention. And in the late 1930’s, that need was severe. The Germans were using an electro mechanical device called Enigma that seemed unbreakable. Or at least not breakable in time to make a difference. The British and in particular, Alan Turing, were forced to create machines that could work faster at decrypting messages ushering in the computer age. The US Navy aided by NCR also joined the effort as Enigmas became more sophisticated requiring even more and better “compute” power. Come and see and even touch an Enigma on March 19th at Computer Museum Of America in Roswell, GA. This unveiling event is a great chance to experience something that caused a technology revolution and was considered so significant that it was kept a secret until the 1970’s.