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B1693 'Noughts and Crosses' machine, metal / acrylic / plastic / electrical components, made by EMI, Australia, 1967-1968. Click to enlarge.

Noughts and Crosses machine

Made
Noughts and Crosses machine employing solid state micrologic. Consisting of a rectangular case with metal base, clear acrylic sides, top and back, with operation panel and display unit on the front side. The display unit is broken up into squares by a metal grid, behind each square is a light. Beside the display unit is the operation panel with instructions for use. The instructions are in white and red on the operation panel.

Summary

Object No.

B1693

Object Statement

'Noughts and Crosses' machine, metal / acrylic / plastic / electrical components, made by EMI, Australia, 1967-1968

Physical Description

Noughts and Crosses machine employing solid state micrologic. Consisting of a rectangular case with metal base, clear acrylic sides, top and back, with operation panel and display unit on the front side. The display unit is broken up into squares by a metal grid, behind each square is a light. Beside the display unit is the operation panel with instructions for use. The instructions are in white and red on the operation panel.

Marks

No marks

Dimensions

Height

200 mm

Width

290 mm

Depth

600 mm

Production

Notes

The machine was made by EMI in Australia.

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1968

Acquisition Date

21 March 1968

Cite this Object

Harvard

Noughts and Crosses machine 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 29 November 2022, <https://ma.as/208610>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/208610 |title=Noughts and Crosses machine |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=29 November 2022 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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