[chbot] 1 bit computing

Mark Beckett m.beckett at amuri.net
Mon Apr 21 00:17:21 BST 2014

Funnily enough, I did something very similar for a Lighting controller 
15 years ago.
The EEPROM was programmed for the appropriate outputs at each address 
and it stepped through the addresses producing 8 outputs.

The higher order bits allowed for a variation of the patterns.

There's one controlling the 33 end lights (fluorescents) at the 
centennial pool, and a few others at Jackpot machines around the country.

Brings back memories


Mark Atherton wrote:
> http://laughtonelectronics.com/Arcana/One-bit%20computer/One-bit%20computer.html 
> now this is what I call clever
> -mark
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