Four Bit Maze

Four Bit Maze is an electronic mechanical puzzles that is 100% tactile. The object of the puzzle is to move all four sliders from the "0" position to the "1" position. Each challenge has only 16 binary states, and the operation of each challenge is 100% deterministic without any hidden states. Some challenges are easy and playful,whereas others are fiendishly hard.

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+28 1. curator commented 8 years ago

Well it isnt a rubics cube, but the concept is very nice.
I dont think i would spend time with this device, but as is said the idea could be implemented in f.e. a computer game so.
best of luck to the inventor.
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+4 2. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

Like I said before, Science is FUN when you know the secret !
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+6 3. Rexxae commented 8 years ago

So clear that he is dutch, takes one to know one :P
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0 4. y3lom commented 8 years ago

im pretty i'll break that thing because of my frustration >:)
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+8 5. Xtrem65 commented 8 years ago

#3 You dont need to be dutch to hear where he is from... Just think of Goldmember!
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+2 6. theHourUndone commented 8 years ago

genius man!! very geeky 8-)
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-7 7. zaltysss commented 8 years ago

its seem that even him self does not even know what he's doing
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-5 8. Ikke commented 8 years ago

At next video we will learn how to waste time, brain activity and electricity without using a finger and having a screen... I wonder, what kind of "flavors" it will have...
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+2 9. Sebastien commented 8 years ago

Until it's available, where's the iPhone app?
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-6 10. Neutral commented 8 years ago

Hardware instead of software?
Guess he is late for 11 years, otherwise he would have been a millionaire by now.
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+6 11. Teqskater commented 8 years ago

Does anybody know how motor faders work? Can you break them when you move them to the "1" position when they want to stay at the "0" position?
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+2 12. Kenkal commented 8 years ago

Couldnt this be made into a android or iphone app? surely someone is more likely to play and production / roll out would be cheaper? Good looking game though :(|)
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-2 13. Sebastien commented 8 years ago

#12 My thoughts exactly, and the tactile aspect would be preserved. Just saying I want to play this game!
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+2 14. loadme commented 8 years ago

#13 and what do you do after 5 levels? already feeling bored after watching the whole clip.

nice idea though
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-2 15. dragie777 commented 8 years ago

lol this clips proofs that dutch people speak poor English
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0 16. TarasFromLviv commented 8 years ago

#5 Goldmember was cursing in German but did speak with some Dutch accent. The guy in this video is the real deal ;)
Anyway, that kind of toy could be nice for small kids. Just give it different colors and voila :D
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-1 17. gouranga4ever commented 8 years ago

Seconds of fun for one member of the family.
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0 18. makbeth commented 8 years ago

The problem is the rules change with each challenge(ie, it doesnt get harder, just changes). So its just a case of trial and error until you figure out the rules. It needs more than 16 states and a clear rule set to be a fun "challenge".
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+1 19. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

#18 Thats why it got a USB port..you can reprogram it and make your own challenges. (Maybe let them be randomized by a software so you dont know the outcome yourself ;) ) And a normal maze game is naturally a trial&error game
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0 20. Mrpenguinb commented 8 years ago

Amazing!loved it ! :D