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They are the products of analytical geometry. Primacy of numbers over geometry. Non-Euclidean geometry was articulated as early as the 19th century, or even before. e. almost direct concrete availability of these geometries, has also enormously boosted architects and designers over the past ten years. form So as to allow free spatial movement, the code is being rendered into radial articulated systems rather than linear axial ones. Such machines are primarily used for welding, painting or assembling.

The piezo effect was discovered in 1880, but only began to be understood on a microscopic level by 1972. A piezo may also be used as a microphone, as it deforms under the influence of sound waves, and produces electric current. With a second piezo, this current is broken down into 44,100 segments per second. An analogue-digital converter measures the tension of each of these segments with 16-bit precision. e. 65,536 different pressure levels can be measured 44,100 times per second, and coded. That is the mass of code stored on an audio CD, as well as that translated with an analogue-digital converter into electric currents during play, and transmitted via an amplifier to a loudspeaker or, well, to a piezo.

Because the language of books was an expression of contemplative thinking. In addition, the machines of that era were expressions of that same thinking. Printing machines are devices for reproducing texts. Contemplative-thought machines reproduce written expressions of that same contemplative thinking. Books and tools were trained to walk, in the sense of functioning within this self-referentiality, and became selfcontemplating, reflective. Texts acquire authors, tools acquire motion. Tools become machines.

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