13 Multiprocessor Table Based on Compact Discs

Multiprocessor Table Based on Compact Discs

Posted on December 27, 2006 by

A Russian guy living in Israel has created a multiprocessor table based on compact discs.

What the heck is a “multiprocessor table”?

It becomes clear after viewing those pictures below:

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That is the result.

by Ahmash

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13 Responses to “Multiprocessor Table Based on Compact Discs”

  1. intelnm says:

    i bet he works at intel.. because nobody has that my spare computers around. there is a intel manufactoring plant in israel. these are probably the rejects.

  2. David says:

    I’m impressed. Elegantly geeky.

  3. dan says:

    That is outstanding!

  4. John Pfaff says:

    I’ve wondere what to do with all of those disks that get too scratched to use.

  5. asd says:

    to: intelnm

    the intel plant in isreal does not make complete processors afaik. they only make the dies and those get shipped elsewhere to be made into useable processors.

    however due to the plant being there they might still have a lot of cpu-s laying around.

  6. DCF says:

    Not to pick nits when the guy made a very nice chess table, but it would have been a little better if the text on the squares could be read without having to turn your head 90 degrees.

  7. RussianHools says:

    I have 17 AMD processor =))
    Just hobbi

  8. kingpablo says:

    Outstanding work. If you lived within mailing distance of AOL in the early 90’s you could have built an entire sofa set, and had enough left for several four poster beds.

  9. Dmitry says:

    Very nice! who wants a Pentium II processor? i have one :)

  10. tonton Th says:

    Anybody here for doing the same thing with CMS ?
    Just for the dool’s house of a little girl…

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