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World’s First “Hot Ice” Computer

Professor Andrew Adamatzky, from the University of the West of England in Bristol, has created the world’s first “hot ice” computer. “Hot ice”, otherwise known as sodium acetate, releases heat on a cold day and is normally found in hand warmers. Read on here to find out how he managed to harness the “traveling wavefront of crystallisation” to perform calculations and solve mazes!

Article via [Technology Review]

Professor Andrew Adamatzky, from the University of the West
of England in Bristol, has created the world’s first “hot ice”
computer. “Hot ice”, otherwise known as sodium acetate, releases heat
on a cold day and is normally found in hand warmers. Read on here to find out how he managed to harness the “traveling wavefront of crystallisation” to perform calculations and solve mazes!

Article via [Technology Review]

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