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Light up logic symbols – Or RS-FlipFlops the weird way

Posted on Monday, October 14th, 2013 in gadget, LEDs by DP

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NsN writes:

At the OHM 2013 Festival, I got inspired to make some logic gates that work with light.
The basic idea is to have a simple and cheap gadget, that can become an AND/OR/XOR… gate. You could then connect multiple of these gates via fiber optics to make more complex circuits.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “Light up logic symbols – Or RS-FlipFlops the weird way”

  1. Cory Fowler says:

    That would be pretty clever for classroom instructional use. I like the idea.

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