poodiepie
poodiepie
87 / 2
8th January
26th February
User manual: http://powdertoy.co.uk/Discussions/Thread/View.html?Thread=22409
computer programmable display render message small memory

Comments

  • mecha-man
    mecha-man
    9th January
    @TheNik: I'm pretty sure id:2169745 is smaller.
  • NoVIcE
    NoVIcE
    9th January
    @Angeleyes18. Huh, uh, what? Your answer was literally the last post you saw before you submitted yours.
  • Angeleyes18
    Angeleyes18
    9th January
    not wishing to sound like a noob but what does it do?
  • JusticeFighter
    JusticeFighter
    9th January
    It's a computer, like the one you are using to play TPT, but in small and a lot simpler.
  • Jacek_hax
    Jacek_hax
    9th January
    uhh what's the point of this
  • TheNik
    TheNik
    9th January
    Aside from the fact that I always upvote computers (they deserve it!), this one requires some special attention. This might be the smallest non-subframe computer I have seen on The Powder Toy, and it comes with a rather good I/O system. Amazing!
  • poodiepie
    poodiepie
    9th January
    Why, thank you. I don't know if any word other than 'cute' would fit, as it is meant to be small. And, just to let you know, I am working on 27-bit filt computer that you can expect to come out soon. ^^
  • LBPHacker
    LBPHacker
    9th January
    Another masterpiece from the non-FILT world. I especially like the memory-mapped screen and wow it even has an IO port. The HL addressing mechanism is just cute, sorry, I found no better way to describe it. I'm not sure if I'd have the patience to wire up everything like that. I might have had once but FILT got me spoiled. That control unit though. +1 *drools*
  • NoVIcE
    NoVIcE
    9th January
    Thats one hell of a small 4-bit computer, considering it uses INST for wiring, and some classical electronics, but just looking at that Control Unit, wow, i can already tell that i cant tell whats going on there :) Great work! +1
  • poodiepie
    poodiepie
    9th January
    Well, of course