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Nexon Computer Museum seeks items that can be a focal point for archive, discussion and research. Contributors may either donate or deposit historical materials. Detailed descriptions are as follows:

We accept a wide range of donation of computing history materials such as computer hardware, software, documents and more. Once the item has been donated, the ownership of the items shall legally and irrevocably transfers to the museum.

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Personal or institutional collectors can deposit their saved items to Nexon Computer Museum as repository. Rights and permission to display, exhibit, photograph, and research shall legally and irrevocably be allowed and transferred to the museum according to the length of the contract agreed by donor.

Wish List

HARDWARE :Computer hardware and related peripherals, video game console and controllers, arcade board, communication devices, and other computing history materials. SOFTWARE:Operation systems (OS), utility tools, game titles and other gaming related software. MOVING IMAGES:Computer and video game history related documentary, commercials, TV programs and personal recordings. PHOTOGRAPHS:Computer and video game history related photographs, original artwork, commercials, press images and documentations. DOCUMENTS:Computer and video game history related documents, manual, books, thesis and 
press releases. AUDIORECORDINGS:Recordings of industry veterans and propounding individuals in computer and/or video game industry.

Donors’Contact

- Phone : +82.64.710.5732
- Email : ncm@nexoncomputermuseum.org

Donors Recognition

Nexon Computer Museum offers donor a range of recognition and benefits such as :

  • List name of donor via display label when artifacts are exhibited
  • Certificate of donation or deposit
  • Printed catalog and publications by Nexon Computer Museum
  • Invitation to various Nexon Computer Museum events

Note

- Nexon Computer Museum does not accept items that were illegally re-produced, manufactured or possessed in any purposes.
- New artifacts are accepted into the museum collection after careful consideration by a team of archivists.