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ARC-1000 (Redstone Computer)

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AdamaxEP avatar AdamaxEP
Level 35 : Artisan Loremaster
[Fixed a bug and updated the map on May 7th, 2021. If you downloaded the map before the fix here is how you can fix the issue yourself. Type in game this command /tp @p 219 50 -190 and switch the direction of the repeaters that are blocking the redstone signal from moving forward. They all need to be at 4 ticks too.]

Hello Everyone!

I am proud to share my most ambitious project yet, the ARC-1000 (AdamaxEP's Redstone Computer series 1000). This took around 6 months to build. The computer uses around 80,000 redstone and 13,000 repeaters/comparators. I built this on my private server with the help of World Edit (a plugin), however, a lot of it was also made by hand.

The computer is built using my own custom event driven architecture. There is no central clock, instead each component has its own internal clock and control unit which communicates with the main CPU. I choose this method to reduce lag and make the computer more compact. Special thanks to Youtuber Newomaster for his BCD (binary coded decimal) decoder used in this computer.

Make sure to read the in game user manual and when you do math the inputs are a little different. Example: 4+16 will need to look like 004+016

Built for MC version 1.16.5

Tech Specs:

- 12 character display
- 6 bit CPU housing a 10 bit ALU
- 9 Bytes of RAM
- 90 Byte hard drive
- 0.32 kB of ROM


- Addition and Subtraction
- Counts up to 10000
- Random Number Generator
- Fibonacci Sequencer (16 iterations)
- Word processor
- Save and load text files
- Control in game time and weather
- Write and run programs

The main release does not include any of the redstone tech I had to develop before using it in the computer. If you would like to download the development version instead... here is the link:
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05/05/2021 1:00 pm
Level 23 : Expert Network
Wedrowiec_Pawel avatar
I also tried to make computer in Minecraft, but... Man! That's crazy! My version was just a little test to convince myself that it is possible but here you show a real, serious and professional masterpiece. Good Amazing job! Unfortunately my knowledge about this stuff is too small to fully comprehend your build. This is really imperssive. :D
05/05/2021 1:16 pm
Level 35 : Artisan Loremaster
AdamaxEP avatar
Thanks, yeah it uses a lot of advanced redstone to get stuff done in a smaller space. I made the usability pretty straight forward, press a button labeled A and an "A" pops onto the screen. Type a command sorta like how you would in game with a forward slash. Some computers i've seen built ask you to input binary and read binary, not here.
05/05/2021 2:40 pm
Level 23 : Expert Network
Wedrowiec_Pawel avatar
Well, I could run programs installed on this machine (which were awesome!) but I couldn't really comprehend how is it all done. (Even though you put map of components inside the computer I haven't recognized them while flying around :/) Anyway, great job man!
05/05/2021 10:57 am
Level 35 : Artisan Loremaster
AdamaxEP avatar
Let me know if you have any questions or need help and I'll get back to you!
05/05/2021 1:44 am
Level 13 : Journeyman Engineer
GTA6InViceCity avatar
This Is Better Than My Working Command Block GTA 5 In Minecraft.
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