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VGR was a modified PDP11/780 with a second CPU that operated at the Ballistics Research Laboratory in Aberdeen, MD. Early versions of BRL-CAD were developed on this machine in the late 1970's and early 1980's and the performance became the baseline for the BRL-CAD benchmark suite, measured in VGRs.
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VGR was a modified DEC VAX11/780 with a second CPU that operated at the Ballistics Research Laboratory in Aberdeen, MD. Early versions of BRL-CAD were developed on this machine in the late 1970's and early 1980's and the performance became the baseline for the BRL-CAD benchmark suite, measured in VGRs.
  
 
The name is a reference to the original Star Trek movie.
 
The name is a reference to the original Star Trek movie.

Latest revision as of 17:08, 16 March 2014

VGR was a modified DEC VAX11/780 with a second CPU that operated at the Ballistics Research Laboratory in Aberdeen, MD. Early versions of BRL-CAD were developed on this machine in the late 1970's and early 1980's and the performance became the baseline for the BRL-CAD benchmark suite, measured in VGRs.

The name is a reference to the original Star Trek movie.