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The 10,000 Domino Computer [Crazy Project]
posted April 10 2014 19:19.11 by spic0m




Matt Parker and a team of Domino Computer Builders balanced over 10,000 dominoes in a carefully designed circuit. The result was a Domino Computer capable of automatically adding numbers. It can take any two four-digit binary numbers and return the five-digit binary sum.

It's a computer, made of dominoes.

Watch the Numberphile where Matt explains more of the maths.


[Link: standupmaths]
 
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