The ABC Reconstruction is on display at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, as part of its exhibit, Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing. The ABC was the first electronic digital computer, responsible for what Gordon Bell calls the "disinvention" of the modern computer, as it nullified John Mauchly's patent on the ENIAC. Much of JVA's original design and components are still used in the computers we use every day, including binary numbers and regenerative memory.
Computer architect Gordon Bell has said that the Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand court case is responsible for the "disinvention" of the computer, invalidating the patents on the ENIAC, which was previously thought to be the world's first electronic digital computer. This video describes, from a historian's viewpoint, who invented the modern computer.
The CHM YouTube channel also has a wide variety of videos concerning computing history.