Whats the best way to Recreate Wifi Electronics?

  • Whatsup peeps,

    I want to create some type on Mechanics system in my platformer game. I was thinking about Wifi transmission but I havnt the slightest clue on how to create it.Alot of games require you to use wires or look at minecrafts redstone features. I want to do something like this. How should I make my first move?

  • This is all done by a Wire Method. I Want to have something similar but Wifi. Wireless Logic Gates

  • Anyone have a clue where I should start with this?

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  • Depends on what you actually want. Expose some scenarios, otherwise we're also in the dark ! <img src="smileys/smiley17.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

  • TheNewGuy If you could better explain what you are wanting to do? Wifi only passes data. It doesn't do any computation. I'm not sure of your level of understanding, but a logic gate decides if something is true or false, on or off. If you could explain better, I can try and help. I was thinking of trying something in that direction (circuits) for my next project.

  • wifi is invisible, just create a wave (((0))) and an effect...

  • Im sorry bros for not being detailed. I just want to add circuits with some wifi functions like this

    If a switch is turned on or a pressure plate,switch extra,it will deliver power to a neighboring object. If its a door it will open,if its a powered light, it will turn on ,lighting the area.If its a TRANSMITTER I want it to output a signal in a 'ON' signal.If a Receiver is in range of the transmitter and set to the same frequency, it will receive the signal and deliver power to neighboring object. When the original switch is off, the door will close, the light will turn off,the transmitter will output an 'OFF' signal and the receiver will stop delivering power.I want to have this type of stuff for future development off this game.hmj@Pixel perfick Kcpunk666 Magistross thanks for the reply and all of this I am trying to do in a platformer.

  • Give the objects an instance variable for "frequency" and one for "active". Then you can use the distance expression to check if the objects are in range of eachother. (see system expressions in the manual)

    That should be pretty much all you need, but feel free to ask if you need more details.

  • I decided to give it a go. Here's a simple power transmition system through nodes. Notice the fabulous usage of a recursive function ! <img src="smileys/smiley16.gif" border="0" align="middle">

    Example capx

    Not quite logical gates, but you could build upon it !

  • Magistross sorry for the late reply man ,That example is wicked ima be looking this over pretty good. Props to you man!

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