Non-Electronic Logic Gates

Hot on the heels of our readings in class are two unconventional examples of how logic gates work.

First, there's the Water Computer built at MIT that uses flowing water to control the logic gates. Neato!

Also, check out the paper cutout toys, the Logic Goats:

You can buy 'em here.

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