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Machine Controls an Old Calculator to Find Pi

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Peter Bailey

Freelance Wordpress Developer in London (peabay.xyz) @peabay
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Students Florian Born and David Friedrich have designed a machine with the task of relentless calculation.

The value of Pi can be calculated, but the true value has never been found. Today Pi is calculated at an astonishing rate with computers, but these students set about reviving a redundant calculator to do the job, automated by a carefully designed machine.

Read more about it on Instructables.

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Posted 22nd Feb 2015
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