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    posted a message on Minecraft. Seven-segment display-counter. Modification. Sizes 7×4×9.

    I welcome everyone. Let's get right to the point...

    This mechanism is not patented by me. This is just a modification, an improvement, an attempt to improve and reduce the mechanism as much as possible.

    Here, the main replacement is not the stove or the connection via observers, but the change in the position of Comparators. Due to the displacement of the Comparators of the lower and middle segments on the block up, the mechanism moves from digit to digit with the speed of the piston response.

    Watch the video below.

    1, 15, 30 sticks, these are signals 1, 2, 3. With such numbers of sticks in the stoves, the Comparators give out these three necessary siglans.

    Thank you all for visiting my page).

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    posted a message on Segmented Displays

    Yes, although I do not know the nickname of this respected person, but the mechanism is very good. The lamp panel is only 3×5... This was informative, and it took time to improve and make it more effective. Now, when you set the button and press, the latter does not have time to return to the starting position after pressing, and the mechanism already completes all movements.

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    posted a message on Segmented Displays

    Matrix in the form of a 4×4 vertical column, this is interesting. I wanted to create something similar, but a large number of pistons stopped this idea)... Therefore, I decided on a seven-segment counter with 13 pistons and dimensions of 7×5×9. Found from the Internet and refined the mechanism, now it does not jam on the lower segment and the rotation of the matrix is faster. Later I will record a video and post it.

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    posted a message on Barometer Minecraft. The mechanism determines the weather in the game.

    It is not stupid for those who are used to living in a bunker, to fly out in a thunderstorm under lightning is very unpleasant (. Near the entrance built and will not will eyes for indicators cling.
    And so you seem to have a good scheme, but it's too cumbersome, the main thing is the availability of the mechanism, ease of manufacture. You can do everything less, so why build them on the floor of the sky? For example, a 7-segment indicator can be built with the dimensions 7×5×9 (as a counter), and 7×5×13 (for displaying any given digit). Switch signals through a 3×4×10 leather frame to enable 7 positions or devices. And so on. and so... In General, I will think and create an alphabet indicator with a screen of 7×5, in theory, the size should be 9×7×29... somewhere like this.

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    posted a message on Barometer Minecraft. The mechanism determines the weather in the game.

    I almost forgot... I have Minecraft pocket edition V. 1.14.60, but the mechanism works on earlier versions. I can't say anything about Java, it hasn't been tested in the field. My gadget on Android 4.4, if I have no problems pulling any of my mechanism, then you should all work.

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    posted a message on Barometer Minecraft. The mechanism determines the weather in the game.


    This mechanism requires an open space and requires sunlight. After installation, it does not require any additional settings or player intervention.
    Three working positions, in order from left to right-Clear weather, Rain and Thunderstorms.
    IT DOESN'T WORK AT NIGHT! Due to the principle of operation from two sensors of daylight and moonlight, the latter is illuminated at night. There is no way to avoid this. At night, the mechanism itself turns off, so as not to confuse the average player with their illuminated lamps.
    It is triggered instantly, as soon as the command to change the weather is activated, it immediately reacts. Because if you switched to the signal "Thunderstorm", then believe the mechanism, and not your eyes), so seconds later the sky will darken and it will rain. Of course, if everything is done correctly and checked.

    Below is a link to a video of the mechanism.

    I don't know if anyone did something like this, but I didn't find anything similar on the Internet at all. I lay out my work in order that they are not wasted.

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    posted a message on Analog clock, size 7×7×5 blocks. Two arrows.

    At least one link, but for some reason the video repeats the second time... If there are admins, prozba help to remove this deja vu. Thank you for earlier.
    If you have any questions, ask them. I will try to answer all of them. The mechanisms work on Minecraft pocket Edition V. 1.14.60 and on versions below. About Java I am silent, there is no Minecraft on the PC.

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    posted a message on Analog clock, size 7×7×5 blocks. Two arrows.


    All good morning, evening, day, night.
    I lay out my analog clock mechanism. With a small size of 7×7×5, this mechanism is very reliable, it only requires starting and starting a certain position of reels. It is 5-10 minutes behind in minecraft time, or 6 seconds of real time per day. Two hands - the hour hand and the five-minute hand.
    I'm just starting to create videos with my own diagrams... do not judge strictly my first attempts to put my creations in the world).

    Below is a link to a video of the mechanism.

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    Since I am a maniac for minimizing mechanisms, my schemes are aimed not only at reliability and the absence of bugs when performing tasks, but also at minimizing the space occupied.

    Therefore, the bonus includes a real-time clock mechanism-an analog clock for ten minutes, the size of 5×7×3 blocks. One stroke is equal to one minute, a full turn is equal to ten minutes, and two turns in a game day gives twenty minutes. The clock lag is one second per game day.


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