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Beings From Other Dimensions (Danny Wolfers Tribute). Robot Music (Minimal Mix). Dark Half (Original Mix). Jupiter's Auroras (Original Mix).
Birmingham and using it extensively on every album from Days of Future Passed (1967) to Octave (1978). Author Mark Cunningham describes the part in "Strawberry Fields Forever" as "probably the most famous Mellotron figure of all-time"
In 1902 he invented a mechanical calculating machine and a patent was granted to him in 1903. This machine was a kind of hybrid between the pinwheel type and the Soroban. In 1902 he incorporated the company YAZU JIDO SOROBAN ( Yazu Automatic Soroban) in Tokyo. The machine was named Patented Yazu Arithmometer, and 200 units were manufactured. However he dropped the project when he decided to build an airplane with an equipped engine. He invested all his money in this project. When he passed away, his father tried to improve the machine but had no success with the business
calculating machine (Schickard referred to it as Rechen Uhr-calculating meter or calculating clock), which proved to be the first mechanical calculating device ever created. Unfortunately, the machine, designed by Schickard around 1623, didn't manage to survive to the present day. Only 3 documents about this machine have been found till now-two letters from Schickard to Kepler, and a sketch of the machine with instructions to the mechanician.
Monroe Calculating Machine Company. The Monroe Calculating Machine Company was a maker of adding machines and calculators founded in 1912 by Jay Randolph Monroe based on a machine designed by Frank Stephen Baldwin. Now known as Monroe Systems for Business, the company was also known as Monroe Calculating Machine Company, Monroe THE Calculator Company, and Monroe Division of Litton Industries.
mechanical machine for arithmetic operations. A calculating machine was a mechanical device used to perform automatically the basic operations of arithmetic. Quotes are arranged alphabetically by author.