In 1936 Russia built a computer that ran on water

In 1936 Russia built a computer that ran on water

In 1936 Russia built a computer that ran on water. Its called Water integrator.

The water integrator was an early analog computer built by Vladimir Lukyanov in 1936 in the Soviet Union.

It used to solve partial differential equations.

It works meticulously with water through a room filled with interconnected pipes and pumps.

It is now found in the Polytechnic Museum of Moscow.

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