Hublot to follow Lego Guy and Make Modern day Antikythera
15 October, 2013 at 8:34 am in Business
The Antikythera Mechanism is the oldest known scientific computer, dating back to 100 BC. Designed by the Greeks, all knowledge of the device was lost for 2000 years until it was rediscovered in 1901 on a shipwreck off the Greek Island of Antikythera cheap hublot uk.
Over a century later cheap tag heuer uk, we find out that the Mechanism is really one of the first mechanical devices designed to predict celestial events and eclipses. In other words, it's a clock.
If you think you've read this before somewhere else, you have. We wrote those exact words when a dude replicated the Antikythera mechanism out of http: //www. tittleandpyne. com/cheap-omega-watches-uk-for-seller. html.
Now, Hublot is apparently trying to do the same (though we suspect not out of LEGO, unfortunately). The Hublot Antikythera will be only 30mm thick (which yes, is super thick for a watch) but when compared to the original Antikythera at 20cm, it looks to be a rather impressive achievement.