Imagecontrols - 219 Mid Winter by Kanddak

Map Description:

Test map for a 7-segment display controller. (
It turns four bits of input into the hexadecimal digits 0-F, displayed by retracting bridges.


Point of Interest: The Display Controller

This is all the logic to control a 7-segment display. - Kanddak

There are 3 comments for this map series, last post 2009-02-08

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Submitted by: Dakira - 2009-02-06 to 219 Mid Winter

"7 segment display controller"? what are you trying to build? sounds interseting.

Submitted by: Sinergistic - 2009-02-08 to 219 Mid Winter

Take a gander at your clock... (pref the digital one, analog is rather pointless for this exercise)

Now, you might notice that each individual number being displayed is made up of... smaller parts. You might call one of these parts a ... segment? sounds good. Each number on your clock is made up using seven on these.

So with a 7 segment display controller, he can easily represent the numbers 0-9, and probably do a good job depicting some letters as well, though things like R and Q are a little complicated.

Submitted by: Dakira - 2009-02-08 to 219 Mid Winter

Ah, I've never heard the term before.

[Message edited on 2009/02/08 at 11:55 by Dakira]

Viewer Controls


SHIFT + Key doubles keyboard scroll rate.


Do you only see a blank space?

Don't have Flash?
You can download the compressed map file: 2009-02/kanddak-Imagecontrols-region1-219-35775.fdf-map but you will need the .NET version of SL's DF Map Compressor to convert to the .PNG image format.