Redstone Calculator!

This is a small 4 bit redstone calculator, built so you can see how logic gates and parts of the circuit are built. Using this knowledge you can go out and build your own calculators with designs like this.

The calculator can do up to 10 + 10

This is a 4 bit redstone calculator demonstrating the usage of logic gates to add binary numbers.

Features are:

8 bit number storage

7 segment display with driver

easy to use input panel

colour coded parts

How to use:

First, make sure your previous calculation is cleared by clicking the clear button
Next, select one number off the input panel and click the button that your number is.
Once you have done that, flick the lever that says “input 1/2”.
After that, select your next number.
Finished! the correct answer should come up on the display above the input panel.

Please give credit to TheDarkness344 (me) if you use this world.


Supported Minecraft versions

1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 (beta) 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9

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13 Responses

5 / 5 (4 votes)
  1. Guest-7387218959 says:

    I’ll try to visit the observer world to make the driver smaller too

  2. Guest-8438613239 says:

    Wow this actually works fast compared to other calculators ini made lol

  3. Guest-6140873472 says:

    I can do more than 2 bits which is up to infinity. If you want the tips I can make the video from youtube😃.

  4. Cool, this one is just a small 4 bit one but it is easily upgradeable as you just add more cells onto it lol. A small problem is the display driver. I am going to have to work on a much smaller compact version of that as it so far only goes up to 20 and is bigger than everything else! I also forgot to make this able to subtract but to do that you just have to not every other input to the addition circuit. I hope you enjoy this map 🙂

  5. Thank you 🙂 I hope u enjoy the map.

  6. Lili5510 says:

    I don’t understand most redstone mechanics but I can tell this is a very detailed map. Map creators like you deserve more love!

  7. Guest-2215236669 says:

    Very nice! Recently I made a 16-bit binary adder. Basically, it does addition up to 65,535 + 65,535 🙂 It’s super huge though haha

  8. awsome229 says:

    This is so cool! Hey can you possibly check out my server?


    Address 42454

    And if you could, please donate!

  9. Guest-3866058634 says:

    This is a really nice world. I love redstone computers.

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