A Talriputer, from the Tovukal word talri meaning map, is a specialized computational device invented in the 1945 for navigating three dimensional space.

History Edit

After World War II traveling to other planets was becoming common, giving rise to the possibility of totally three dimensional combat, this was bad news for military troops, since they had were unaccustomed to point defense in three dimensions. To fix this problem the computer scientist Kolsnidar Nivoshen created a system where a computer would get data from three radar devices, process the information and show anomalies on a primitive dilosoto. Once thaumatronic computers had become small and complex enough the first commercial talriputer for general navigation of three dimensional space was created in 1956.

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