Communication then and now
The upper floors in the House from Rauschenberg are home to an exhibition about historical communication technology. Besides providing an introduction to the basic principles of wireless and radio technology, the exhibition illustrates the mechanical aspects of communication with the aid of a replicated radio and TV workshop from the 1950s. A contemporary living room interior visualizes how technology in the shape of a TV, radio and record player became essential features of everyday life. The most recent past is illustrated with examples of modern electronics and digital technology. Early laptops and peripheral devices (input and output hardware) provide visitors with an overview of the development of processors in general and of the personal computer (PC) in particular.