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COMIC: An Analog Computer in the Colorant Industry


In 1958, Davidson & Hemmendinger Inc. introduced the COMIC (Colorant Mixture Computer), the first practical computer for finding a mixture of dyes or paints to match a given sample. An analog computer that solved a set of simultaneous equations and that was later replaced by digital computer programs, the COMIC helped bring automation to the colorant industry.