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Dorr Felt’s Comptometer
IMG 7618

Origin

Dorr Felt

Type

Comptometer

Effects

Can calculate large arithmetic problems and financial sums

Downsides

Is not able to process higher level math activities

Activation

Typing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Babbage-1822

Aisle

710065-2419

Shelf

67169-3726-471

Date of Collection

March 25, 1959

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OriginEdit

Dorr Felt was an inventor who invented the Comptometer an early computing device predating the modern digital calculator. His first prototype was made from a macaroni box, skewers, staples and rubber bands.

EffectsEdit

Any combination of buttons can be pressed to activate the artifact. When in use, it can figure out the solution to large arithmetic and financial problems with ease. However, higher math such as geometry and calculus, are beyond the comptometer’s scope.

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