Knight keyboard. Made around 1974. This keyboard is used for the CADR Lisp Machine (and possibly also the CONS lisp machine)
The Knight keyboard is designed by Tom Knight, was used with the MIT-AI lab's bitmapped display system. It was a precursor to the space-cadet keyboard.
Tom Knight is an American synthetic biologist and computer engineer, who was formerly a senior research scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, a part of the MIT School of Engineering.
In 1967 Knight wrote the original kernel for the ITS operating system, that ran on PDP-6 and PDP-10 computers.
In 1968, Knight designed and supervised the construction of the first PDP-10 ARPANET interfaces with Bob Metcalfe.
In 1972, Knight designed one of the first semiconductor memory-based bitmap displays…
In 1974, Knight designed and implemented the prototype version of the MIT Lisp Machine processor…
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