Created 500 BC it was the first device to expand on Math. It has a frame that has freely-sliding rings in each rod.
Created by John Napier in the 17th century. It was used to multiply and divide and it was made with bones and wood.
Invented in 1642 by Biaise Pascal it was the first automatic calculator ever made. It only did sums and rests and it was not very successful in its time.
In 1801 Jacquard invented an automatic weaving machine controlled by punching bags.
Charles Babbage designed a computer that made just sums and rests. It was considered to be the first computer of all time and it was powered by electricity.
Charles Babbage after its Difference machine decided to made another that could do every kind of mathematical operation (sums, rests, multiplications, divisions, etc)
It was an electromechanical machine designed to summarize information stored on punched cards. Invented by Herman Hollerith, the machine was developed to help process data for the 1890 U.S. Census.