Math from the Past


Thu, Aug 12th, 2010 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

The Aaron Adding Machines Company is re-creating antique calculators. They meticulously craft their one-of-a-kind calculators using antique components including heavyweight switches, cranks, and levers, which are then mounted in a large, antique-style frame so that each device not only works perfectly but also evokes nostalgia and appreciation for an era long past.



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