Jerehmia
Jerehmia
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1st Oct 2023
2nd Oct 2023
Subframed fair pair of die.
random subframe electronic electronics

Comments

  • CZ
    CZ
    25th Nov 2023
    heloooooooooo
  • Jerehmia
    Jerehmia
    6th Oct 2023
    @micro I initially thought I rolled a lot of doubles too but they average out at 1/6 over a few hundred rolls. I experimented with revaluing one die but that doesn't make a noticable difference. Either there is some strange coupling that evens out over a few hunderd rolls or it's just that this enables you to roll dice so fast that the 1/6 chance of rolling doubles becomes more noticable.
  • micro
    micro
    6th Oct 2023
    Fair dice. still managed to roll snake eyes twice in a row. Outstanding luck iv got. +1
  • Fish_bread
    Fish_bread
    5th Oct 2023
    Jerehmia: thanks
  • necolau
    necolau
    5th Oct 2023
    dice dice dice dice dice +1
  • HandyF
    HandyF
    3rd Oct 2023
    Very nice!
  • Jerehmia
    Jerehmia
    3rd Oct 2023
    @micque That's almost what's happening, the difference is that everything takes exactly 1 frame, to it's sparked 60x a second and it rolls 60x a second too. That's generally how subframing works, you don't have to worry about timing because everything happens within a single frame, the difficulty lies in designing components so they work at that speed..
  • micque
    micque
    3rd Oct 2023
    MallardDuck: I believe it's because it's subframe, so it takes near-no time in-game, so I assume it takes more time to consistantly spark it than the creation takes to roll
  • MallardDuck
    MallardDuck
    3rd Oct 2023
    never seen an at least somewhat complex electronic in this game that still works fine when you constantly spark it! +1
  • FastYetSpeedy
    FastYetSpeedy
    2nd Oct 2023
    cool +1