While testing the logic simulation code today I made this amazing circuit:
You actually only see one side of it. There’s more stuff on the back (wires go though the holes). Making these circuits is similar to making circuit boards – you cannot have wires cross without connection, so you need to go on the other side of the board :-)
This circuit is a T flip-flop. And it works. The little switch at the bottom toggles the output light on the far side. That proves to me that the simulation code is sound. I am sure this thing can be made a lot smaller with some thought, but that was not the point.
I still have a lot left to do before I can release this stuff. At the moment there are 3 ways to create an electric signal: switch, button and a pressure plate. And 2 ways to output it: doors and electric lights. I need to add more.