I'm so excited. I've always seen these amazing and complicated redstone machines and said to myself "I can't do that" but behold, I broke down the parts and its really simple. The hardest part was building the display. I really want to get into this stuff now! :biggrin.gif: :biggrin.gif:
you can mute the volume, in fact i recommend it, not a very good song :ohmy.gif:
and bad quality. my fraps isn't very good with night recording.
Congrats! You've just begun your journey into the wonderful world of redstone circuitry. What you just built is the first real thing I built. Next step is to make a setup that uses two displays and can count higher :tongue.gif:
this is not really an adder , but a decoder from binary to octal onto a 7 segment display., sorry about this, but still a decoder from binary to something that you can display and recognize more easily is really useful though KUDOS on your hard work!! (I made on that goes 0 to 15 ( or 0 to F hexadecimal) thats 4 bits, and man that took a lot of work... perhaps you could show some closer up-s on the design of this so one can see how it was made?