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A pinwheel calculator emulated by Arduino [Project]
posted December 18 2013 11:00.51 by spic0m




The Odhner Arithmometer was a very popular pinwheel calculator invented in Russia in 19th century by a Swedish immigrant called W. T. Odhner. Like most of pinwheel calculators, it worked with an engine formed by a set of linked wheels which could perform the four basic mathematical operations within a machine of reduced size.
Diego Cueva worked on a diy emulator called Duimometer, made with Arduino UNO.



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