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16-bit Math Processor made in Minecraft

Posted on 30th Sep 2010 at 07:39 by Richard Swinburne with 24 comments

Are you listening, Pig?

Reddit user, 'theinternetftw' has uploaded a video to YouTube showing off his working ALU made in Minecraft from in-game redstone logic. Unfortunately, while it's a working math processor, users need to know binary to read the output since there's no crafting for LCD screen. Yet.

16-bit Math Processor made in Minecraft 16-bit ALU made in Minecraft

The video is long, but if there ever was a proper use of the term 'epic', this would be it.

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