These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

In an alternate reality Charles Babbage's difference engine and Ada Lovelace's computer programming led us into a world filled with brass-keyed laptops with phonograph speaker systems. Several artists have brought that imagined reality to life, building working computers with a steampunk edge.

A notebook inspired by the works of H. P. Lovecraft, built by Zackary (Cool Gear)

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via CoolGear)

The first work of Datamancer (Rich Nagy)

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via Datamancer)

The Uhlian Calculator, by Hans-Peter Uhl

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via Steampunk Design)

Version 2 by Datamancer (Rich Nagy)

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via Datamancer)

The Clacker, an homage to the Babbage engine, built by Datamancer (Rich Nagy)

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via Datamancer Labs/Facebook and Datamancer)

The Victorian All-in-One PC, by Jake von Slatt

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via The Steampunk Workshop)

The Captain's Writing Desk, a Captain Nemo-inspired touchscreen computer, built by the guy behind the blog Needs More Steam!

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via Needs More Steam!)

The Victorian Organ Command Desk, built by Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via The Steampunk Workshop)

The Mac Mini of Dave Veloz

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via The Steampunk Workshop)

This Mac

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via Ironwork)

A modified netbook by Needs More Steam!

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via Needs More Steam!)

Bonus: The Archbishop, a Gothic PC by Datamancer

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

These Steampunk Computers Transport Us To The Victorian Retro Future

(via Datamancer Labs/Facebook and Datamancer)