Gallery Science Vintage: Incredible, ...
Vintage: Incredible, obsolete, rare, unforgettable
A WHEATSTONE WAVE MACHINE (1840s): In the late 1840s, English Scientist Sir Charles Wheatstone built and designed the Wave Machine, which is a device used to illustrate the addition of two harmonic waves. Only a meagre 30 of these devices were
A WHEATSTONE WAVE MACHINE (1840s): In the late 1840s, English Scientist Sir Charles Wheatstone built and designed the Wave Machine, which is a device used to illustrate the addition of two harmonic waves. Only a meagre 30 of these devices were
A THOMAS DE COLMAR ARITHMOMETRE (1785s):The Thomas De Colmar Arithmometre was the world’s first ever-digital calculator and was awarded a patent in 1870. With approximately 60 machines surviving in private collections, this remains one of the most
A THOMAS DE COLMAR ARITHMOMETRE (1785s):The Thomas De Colmar Arithmometre was the world’s first ever-digital calculator and was awarded a patent in 1870. With approximately 60 machines surviving in private collections, this remains one of the most
MCFARLANE'S CALCULATING CYLINDER (1835s): The McFarlane's Calculating Cylinder is a cylindrical calculating device has three rotating sections printed with various scales for calculating monetary interests during the nineteenth century. (Estimated
MCFARLANE'S CALCULATING CYLINDER (1835s): The McFarlane's Calculating Cylinder is a cylindrical calculating device has three rotating sections printed with various scales for calculating monetary interests during the nineteenth century. (Estimated
A RARE K-MODEL ENIGMA CIPHER MACHINE (1920s):The three-rotor Enigma was the standard German electro-mechanical ciphering machine and was widely used during the World War II. Dr. Arthur Scheribius invented it and was subsequently introduced bought by
A RARE K-MODEL ENIGMA CIPHER MACHINE (1920s):The three-rotor Enigma was the standard German electro-mechanical ciphering machine and was widely used during the World War II. Dr. Arthur Scheribius invented it and was subsequently introduced bought by