Early Maze Solving Machines

This page contains a timeline showing early and significant Maze Solving machines. The dates being the creation or announcement date of these machines.

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Ross Maze Solver 1933 p1 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1933- Thomas Ross -Learning machine    
Smith Rat x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1935- Smith / Ross – Rat   
bradner p2 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1937- Bradner Maze Runner
mazeshannon Early Maze Solving Machines1950-Claude A. Shannon Maze-solver   
Maze AstoundingP4a x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1950-  J.J. Coupling (John Pierce)      
Mazerunner3 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1950-1 Ian P. Howard – Maze Solver           
neuron SNARC GJLoan2011 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1951- "SNARC" – Marvin Minsky / Dean Edmonds              
Shannon x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1952- Claude A. Shannon Maze "Theseus"
wallacemazesolversm x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1952- R.A. Wallace Maze-solver     
Franken IvanBert54 0037 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1953- Sutherland bros. / Berkeley – "Franken" – the mouse         
DeutchMazep1 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1954- J.A. Deutsch Maze-solver
RussianMaze55 57 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1955-57- Gavrilova (Russian) Maze Solver    
Rudloe Mouse Circuit x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1955- Harry Rudloe Electronic Mouse
Labrynth 1 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1957- Zemanek / Eier Labyrinth & Maus
1957 Merritt Maze Solver p1 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1957- Merritt  "Gizzmo" Maze Solving Computer         
WrightPatterson Maze x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1962- MELPAR Bionic Maze
Curran Maze 1962 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1962- Curran Mechanical Maze with Memory           
1963 Cautela p2a x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1963- Cautela & Mikaelian - Cybernetic Machine    
MazeRatR18p1 x80 Early Maze Solving Machinesc1966- Meredith Thring's "Mechanical Rat"     
Computer 1970 deBoer x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1970-3 – Johan de Boer – Maze Computer
Browne Maze Solver 1971 p1 x80 Early Maze Solving Machines1971 – Browne Maze Solver
 
 
Microprocessor Era
 
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