Fun: A Calculator built with LBP

A video of a small 8bit calculator build within the LittleBigPlanet world creation platform for the PlayStation 3. This is the emulation of an electronic calculator with 610 switches, 500 wires, 430 pistons, 70 emitters and more implemented in the beta version of the creator.

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“…I have made an “electronic” 8bit calculator (not “mechanical” calculator) with the Beta LBP do decimal/binary conversions and it can do Add and Sub.
There are probably more simple solutions for calculator machine but i was more interested by this “electronic” solution for the fun …”

More information:
LittleBigPlanet web site

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