Product designer Greg Maletic collects vintage calculators. "I've had a fascination with these machines since the 70s," he writes, "when the calculators my dad would bring home from the office were the only computer-like things I could get my tiny hands on."
"In the 1970s, calculators weren't just for calculating. They were luxury items. In a world before iPods and iPhones, calculators were the first aspirational personal electronics."
"Calculators 1968-1983 showcases these remarkable design objects, along with stories behind why they look and operate the way they do. And how, in just a few decades, one of the world's most important products went from indispensable to irrelevant."
"The exhibit highlights more than 100 calculators, all beautiful examples of late 20th Century design."