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Father of computing Charles Babbage is considered to be the father of computing after his invention and concept of the Analytical Engine in 1837. The Analytical Engine contained an Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU), basic flow control, and integrated memory and is the first general-purpose computer concept. Unfortunately, because of funding issues this computer was never built while Charles Babbage's was alive.


this is the alu ( arithmetic/ logic unit ) of the central processing unit (cpu) of a computer. the alu performs arithmetic, comparison, and other operations.

In 1822, Charles Babbage purposed and began developing the Difference Engine, considered to be the first automatic computing engine that was capable of computing several sets of numbers and making a hard copies of the results. Unfortunately, because of funding he was never able to complete a full-scale functional version of this machine. In June of 1991, the London Science Museum completed the Difference Engine No 2 for the bicentennial year of Babbage's birth

Charles Babbage designs the Analytical Machine (an important step in the history of computers) that follows instructions from punched-cards. It is the first general purpose computer.


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The goal of this project is building a 1-bit "volumetric" discrete arithmetic logic unit, in other words the ALU is going to be build using discrete components and without using a circuit board. Instead, the circuit is stretched and folded into a 3D grid like a origami, using some graph algorithms. To make this possible I am developing an open source schematic editor called Pyrite that contains all the algorithms and tools needed for creating three-dimensional discrete grid...