Moniac Hydraulic Computer from the 1950s

Created in 1949 by the New Zealand economist Bill Phillips, The Moniac is an analog computer which used hydraulics to model the workings of an economy, with the flow of money illustrated by colored water. (Image is from Fortune Magazine 1952). Source:→ Digg

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Created in 1949 by the New Zealand economist Bill Phillips, The Moniac is an analog computer which used hydraulics to model the workings of an economy, with the flow of money illustrated by colored water. (Image is from Fortune Magazine 1952).


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