Rainbow Group

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The Rainbow group carries out Graphics and Interaction research in the Cambridge Computer Laboratory.

It was founded by Neil Wiseman, who had diverse interests in design. The name Rainbow comes from the development of a pioneering computer-aided design workstation that was the focus of the group's research in its early years.


Members of the group who have been actively involved in Crucible research include: