Giant Digi-Comp II Recreates Mechanical Computer from 1960s

Posted on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 in Uncategorized by DP

From the comments on our earlier Mechanical Donkey Kong post:

I love this kind of stuff. Here’s another one, totally mechanical, that you may not have seen before:

Giant Digi-Comp II Recreates Mechanical Computer from 1960s

Maker Faire NY 2011 and the Digi-Comp II

Via the comments.

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