TimWasTaken's Builder Application

Minecraft name:

What do you like the most about redstone?:
The endless possibilities to create arbitrarily complex contraptions out of simple rules in my favorite video game.

What’s a thing you have made which demonstrates redstone knowledge?:
16-bit Binary to Binary-Coded-Decimal converter (using the double-dabble algorithm)

What does the thing do?:
It takes in a 16-bit binary number and converts it to binary-coded-decimal (4 bits for every decimal digit) which makes it possible to easily display binary numbers on a human readable display as a decimal number. It uses the double dabble algorithm (otherwise known as “shift add 3”) to achieve this.

Image(s) and/or video(s) of the device:
image: https://imgur.com/a/IpG2dFP
video: 16-bit Binary to BCD in minecraft - YouTube

What do you plan on making for your build trial?:
An 8-bit register

Do you agree with the rules?:

Your trial build is not sufficiently advanced. The bar for trial builds is at or above the level of a 4 Bit ALU. Please respond with a new build if/when you decide on one.

For my trial build, I’m going to build a 4-bit ALU with support for addition and subtraction using CCA, XOR and OR.

This application has been accepted! Whenever both you and a staff member are free, feel free to ask them for a trial. You are able to try again after failing and waiting 24 hours. It is always recommended to do a practice trial with another member before starting your real one and to practice the questions found at ORE Binary Quiz to help prepare for some of the trial questions.