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Mathematisches Maschinen-Museum im WorldWideWeb

Prof. Karl Kleine found this picture in an article about use of calculators in German schools. Guess what those boys of age 10 to 11 have in their hands???


Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA


by Ari Braginsky


by Noah Friedman


Vintage Computer Festival 7.0 - November 6-7, 2004
Computer History Museum - Mountain View, California


by Boris Debic

Boris Debic presented this interesting exhibit called "The Evolution of Handheld Math," featuring Curta calculators.


Arithmeum in Bonn, Germany


by Olaf Veenstra


Heinz Nixdorf Museum in Paderborn, Germany


YACS - Yet Another Curta Simulator
on display at the Heinz Nixdorf Museum
by Olaf Veenstra


Deutsches Museum, Munich


by Jon Callas

Musée des Arts et Métiers, Paris


by Maxx+


Museum of Computing in Swindon, England


by Marcin Wichary

Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos, NM


by Jeff Keyzer


by Atomic Nerds


Museum of the History of Science at Oxford


by Peter Repetti

by The Loud 1


Science Museum, London


by Chris Spurgeon

by Julian Tysoe

by Fossey Posse


The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park-Buckinghamshire, England


by Gordon Fischer


The Melbourne Museum at Melbourne, Australia



Cultural Center in Mauren, Liechtenstein & the old Contina factory.


by Olaf Veenstra


Curta in the Technical Museum of Praag


by Olaf Veenstra


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