When he was a first year student at the MIT Media Labs, Paulo Blikstein built a water-based device that could handle two Boolean operations, AND and XOR. And after making a few hardware revisions, ended up building a 4-bit adder out of some strategically cut acrylic and rubber tubing.
It's not going to revolutionize desktop computer, but interesting weekend reading nonetheless.
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