The demonstration was highly influential and spawned similar projects at Xerox PARC in the early s. At separate times, his Augment associates Jeff Rulifson and Bill Paxton appeared in another portion of the screen to help edit the text remotely from ARC. Engelbart had read about these efforts and saw that they often backfired. English also commanded a video switcher that controlled what was displayed on the big screen. Over the course of six years, with the funding help of both NASA and ARPA ,  his team went about putting together all the elements that would make such a computer system a reality. By , the Xerox Alto was a fully functional personal computer similar to the NLS terminal which Engelbart had demonstrated in , but much smaller and physically refined. Engelbart, with the help of his geographically distributed team including Bill Paxton , with Bill English directing the presentation's technical elements, demonstrated NLS's functions.
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