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Figure 1 ENIAC Computer. Photo © Science Photo Library

Rozin, D. ‘Wooden Mirror’, 2001, IEEE Spectrum, March 2001, p.29. Copyright © 2001 IEEE. Reproduced, with permission, from IEEE Spectrum, March 2001

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