Planned and developed in the 1770s, this remarkable little doll is really a self-working machine that is accepted by some to be one of the most seasoned cases of a Personal Computer. Known as
“The Writer,” the robot was worked by Pierre Jaquet-Droz keeping in mind the end goal to enthrall respectability and advance watches. Jaquet-Droz’s 240-year-old artful culmination is a shocking
work of designing that works on account of six thousands moving parts in the body of the doll. This is made conceivable by an arrangement of cams which code the developments of the hands in
different measurements. Hundreds of years after their development, the dolls are still completely practical and can be seen in Switzerland.