@SpectrumDIY Solder like you mean it!
Working on the timelapse version now
I’m sure I have the square version somewhere from in the before times when I met Clive in the flesh at on of his beer nights. I think it’s in a box somewhere from when I moved.
This simple design is new to me (though the concept of exploiting stochastic variation in analogue circuits is a very old one.)
I found this which seems to be a decent introduction to the design and covers a number of significant variations.
I’ve also done the A4 Gallium board
And I made one in ode to the Super computer legacy
Since you’re interested
Yes, very interested! Thanks so much for recording the build and also for editing it for impatient buggers like me (though even I will probably go back again and again to your circuit continuity and break investigation, which is a true joy to watch.)
Wow, I really appreciate the compliment! Thank you!
I really enjoyed making the sphere
I always try to make shorter versions / timelapse videos of the longer stuff for people who prefer it.
I myself am ADHD/Autistic(recently discovered I’m dyslexic to a degree, ahhh dang XD ), so quite often it’s hard to focus long periods of time or read walls of text.
So like when I do livestreams, those I try to condense into timelapse, Recently I’ve learned to keep it 2-3minutes for myself, which seems to work for everyone else too
So like, it’s a huge compliment that you enjoy it!
Software PWM control. This is a very different control principle but the result is a more versatile display.