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Master's Minecraft Redstone Creations

Posted Jan 31, '12 at 10:37pm

Freakenstein

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Building things is part of having fun, FluffyPanda, even if it's a working calculator. This is in itself an achievement of its own, since it probably takes several hundred redstone and just as many tries to work 100% correct.

Looks like he's creating more things. I'll rename it to be more general :)

 

Posted Jan 31, '12 at 10:45pm

master565

master565

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first i dont get it and why do you need a calculator in minecraft have fun and just explore.

Why do you need to leave useless posts on my thread?

And now for my latest invention

Programmable alarm clock

http://i.imgur.com/1IstP.png

Took me about 2 days to make. Reading the time is the same as any other clock, the dot on the left indicates AM and PM. To change the time, hit the buttons to the right of where you start. The minute button adds a minute to the time, the hour adds an hour to the time.

The alarm part of the clock isn't done yet. It's not that i can't figure it out, it's that it would require an insane amount of grunt work to finish, so unless i can get SPC and world edit to work on my mac, it's not happening.

Download the map

How it works:

I came up with an array of memory cells (RS NOR latch) that get activated progressively, i.e. the first pulse changes the first cell, the next pulse changes the second cell, next pulse third cell, ect. After it reaches the finaly cell, it resets all the cells. Each pulse is 10 seconds apart. Each memory cell represents a different time. The first set of cells represent numbers 0-9 for the 4th number (00:0X). Next set represent 0-5 for the third number (00:X0). The last set are numbers 1-12 for the remaining numbers (XX:00). The AM and PM is handled by a T flip flop that is activated by the clock turning 12.

http://i.imgur.com/lvj3C.jpg

 

Posted Jan 31, '12 at 10:51pm

master565

master565

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I forgot to mention, this isn't nearly the best way to build a clock (may be among the worst), but I came up with it completely on my own, and it allowed for the alarm system.

 

Posted Jan 31, '12 at 11:30pm

BRAAINZz

BRAAINZz

601 posts

I am simply blown away by you're determination and lack of better things to do. Congratulations for all your hard work! :)

 

Posted Jan 31, '12 at 11:33pm

master565

master565

3,874 posts

lack of better things to do

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Congratulations for all your hard work! :)

Tank you

 

Posted Mar 13, '12 at 8:50pm

master565

master565

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So now that i have a PC, i decided to make videos of each of these creations. This one is of the 3-bit calculator on the first page.

VIDEO

I probably should have explained everything going on, but I'm to lazy.

Also, next time, i shouldn't use the dynamic lighting mod while i'm recording my screen. It looks okay, but not perfect.

 

Posted Mar 13, '12 at 8:51pm

master565

master565

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Oh, another thing. The ridiculous amount of motion blur is also due to the dynamic lighting mod.

 

Posted Mar 14, '12 at 8:25pm

master565

master565

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I made a better version of the video. Clearer, looks better, explanations, ect.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIiTbnrVqqc

 

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 12:20pm

master565

master565

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I made something new, its just a simple trading system.

http://i.imgur.com/GUBWj.png

You put an item in, other guy puts an item in, you each press a button, and the item is pushed to the other side. The torch under the glass shows whether or not you pressed the ready button. The button near the water is the ready button. The button in the corner cancels the ready button in case you accidentally pressed it. The pistons are just to control the water flow and make sure you can't jump in the water after it starts to flow.

http://i.imgur.com/3TvXq.jpg

Here is the wiring. Its pretty simple, just 2 RS NOR latches, and AND gate and 2 things that convert an endless pulse into a short pulse, I forget what they are called.

 

Posted Sep 3, '12 at 6:55pm

Gamer_Cale

Gamer_Cale

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Can you scale down or crop the pictures before putting them on here they are massive but from what I see that is a pretty cool idea.

I'm currently working on making an arena that has waves that are timed so a new wave starts after a certain amount of time it's taking ages to sort out the redstone but it should be epic when I'm done.

 
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