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RevolutionalRedStone's Avatar RevolutionalRedStone
Level 53 : Grandmaster Pirate
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My first practical use of instant technology

Eight 4-bit Red-stone computer registers [addressed and] connected via instant data buses.

As always; feel free to ask questions or make suggestions

Thanks guys,

--Update
The decoder ( seen as the 3rd layer circuit board level ) is done!

However there is a problem with the second most significant address bit causing data interference, so at-least one more update to come !

luke

Additional Notes

Two instant data rails run either-side an octet of piston-latch memory-banks.

Exact performance details:

Reading: 0 - tick
Writing: 2 - ticks
Progress95% complete
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Update #1 : by RevolutionalRedStone 11/28/2011 9:55:40 pmNov 28th, 2011

Added an instant rail decoder

Addressed registers via little Endianness in position Z ascending order

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04/03/2019 3:49 pm
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CrazyblocksTechnologies
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does it act like static ram or dynamic ram
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01/05/2012 11:20 pm
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mrhow2minecraft
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AWESOME! Now I just need to understand how RAM works in minecraft... Anyway, now make a working game of minecraft! Imagine that... pistons change wool around, and u get a little joystick made of 4 buttons for moving and 4 for looking. That would just be insane and probably not possible whatsoever.
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01/05/2012 11:39 pm
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RevolutionalRedStone
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Actually its closer then you think!

I've alreaddy written an IDE for my j400 with a 32x32 screen which simulates at ~100 IPS and can play a rudimentary tho meaningful 2D rendition... however for people to really appreciate Minecraft in Minecraft it'll have to be 3D...

Which is what my [url=../3d-redstone-computer-graphics-card-simulator-376462/]3D redstone computer graphics card simulator[/url]
[url=../3d-redstone-computer-graphics-card-simulator-376462/] D redstone computer graphics card simulator[/url]
is for.
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03/06/2012 5:41 pm
Level 58 : Grandmaster Hero
Eatoncheese
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Your a god.
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12/05/2011 1:51 pm
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SutrangSUcher
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Awesome dude!
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12/05/2011 5:26 am
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RuvinRice
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what does it do?
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01/05/2012 11:34 pm
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RevolutionalRedStone
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Stores information; about as much information as is required to store the word: Milk
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01/05/2012 11:55 pm
Level 48 : Master Architect
RuvinRice
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how does it store information, redstone can't store information?
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01/06/2012 12:10 am
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RevolutionalRedStone
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Yeah It sure can!

The most common method is simply to wire two Redstone torches together ( which makes a device which can then be in one of two states; either the first torch is suppressing the second, or vice-versea )

That method is traditionally called a D-Flipflop ( where D stands for data and flipflop just reflects that the device has two states )

This is exactly the same way data is stored in your RAM on your real electronic computer

R-S_mkgif

But thats not how this RAM stores memory; its a little more complicated/compact but very similar :)
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12/02/2011 6:13 am
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wldscarlet
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Great!
Not thing to say and still amazing!
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