Re-Enactment of the 1974 Time Sharing System that was at the first Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Bruce Guenther Baumgart
named SYSTEM . DMP [ J17, SYS ] which later became known as WAITS.
Re-enacted are console teletype CTY,
vector graphics Triple-III,
raster terminal Data Disc DD, Lester's Keyboard
and the Ralph File System populated with executible files
PDP-10 code walking show two terminals (CTY and III) two dashboards (SIM and CPU) and a code viewer.
There is no documentation. Hover on Tooltip to pop up a cheatsheet.
The Code Viewer panels are on the left of the double landscape.
Resize your window to see all six panels.
Hit single-step 's' hundreds of times to watch the PDP-10 code execute at a walk.
For typing on re-enacted terminals, read about Keyboards
To Reload the simulator page on Chrome, type F5 or Control-Shift-R
For SAIL shell CLI, See Monitor Commands SAILON#54 by Brian Harvey
For SAIL system API, See UUO manual SAILON#55 by Marty Frost
Do NOT meddle in the affairs of Wizards, for they are subtle and quick to anger — Tolkein
Do NOT enter unless you know Geometry,
Abandon ALL hope, Ye who enter here — Dante
Take Me I'am Yours! — Helliwell
As of July 2016, DD • LPT • XGP • Quam-color-display •
Cart • Scheinman-Blue-n-Gold-Arms • TV-cameras • Vocoder • Audio-I/O • Plotter •
Vending-Machine • Spacewar-Buttons • Hand/Eye-Turn-Table •
and the VR interactive 3-D model of the building-and-grounds
are not yet part of this re-enactment.
As well as VR chat bots for BGB, JMC, LES, DWP, PMP, REG and the others.