News: Use Analog Redstone Signals to Control Your Machines with the Goldilocks Gate

Use Analog Redstone Signals to Control Your Machines with the Goldilocks Gate

When you get bored and ordinary boolean logic gates just won't solve your problems, and when AND-gates, OR-gates and XNOR-gates just feel too digital, why not make your redstone contraptions feel a bit more analog?

How?

With a Goldilocks-gate, of course.

Use Analog Redstone Signals to Control Your Machines with the Goldilocks Gate

Use Analog Redstone Signals to Control Your Machines with the Goldilocks Gate

It (ab)uses the fact that redstone signals only travel 15 blocks. The first signal was too weak:

Use Analog Redstone Signals to Control Your Machines with the Goldilocks Gate

The second signal was too strong:

Use Analog Redstone Signals to Control Your Machines with the Goldilocks Gate

But the last signal was just right:

Use Analog Redstone Signals to Control Your Machines with the Goldilocks Gate

You can use it to control multiple redstone contraptions with a single line of redstone dust. The only caveat is that if you try to send more than one signal at a time, the strongest will override the weaker ones. 

Use Analog Redstone Signals to Control Your Machines with the Goldilocks Gate

If (when) you use it, please leave a comment. I'd love to hear what you thought/made of it. :)

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Good job, Jonas! This is a really great design, and I can see a lot of uses for it!

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