American computer scientist
According to Wikipedia,
David Cannon Evans was the founder of the computer science department at the University of Utah and co-founder of Evans & Sutherland, a pioneering firm in computer graphics hardware. Biography Evans was born in Salt Lake City. He attended the University of Utah and studied electrical engineering; he earned his Bachelor of Science in Physics in 1949 and his Doctorate in Physics in 1953. Evans first worked at the Bendix aviation electronics company, where he acted as project manager in 1955 to develop what some describe as an early personal computer that ran on an interpretive operating system. The Bendix G-15 was a bulky unit about the size of a two-door refrigerator. He stayed with the company just long enough to manage the G-20 project.
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