A Minecraft fan constructs a Redstone device that can transmit images

A Minecraft fan constructs a Redstone device that can transmit images ...

Minecraft has been an inspiration to millions of people over the past decade or so, and it continues to be a creative outlet to this day. Particularly with the recent controversy and Mojang's refusal to abandon its new reporting system, which has sparked outrage from the community, is the game's main attraction. Sometimes these are structures, and sometimes these are redstone devices that demonstrate the game's potential.

mattbatwings2, a Reddit user, created a short video to demonstrate this ability to others. In this instance, mattbatwings2 "drew" a Creeper face and, when a lever was pressed, a panel to the left was able to recreate it through lit blocks. The user even said they were able to recreate this with just one wire.

mattbatwings is a popular Minecraft recreation game that has been renamed mattbatwings. Just recently, they took some ideas from others and implemented them, one of which was to recreate Dance Dance Revolution in Minecraft.

Redstone is very versatile in Minecraft and is used in the creation of many unique structures. For example, people have made vending machines, alarm clocks, and X-ray machines, and there have even been instances of fans recreating games like Flappy Bird, Tetris, and even Wordle. It's redstone that really takes creativity to new heights.

The open-world IP has obviously become so much more alive with Minecraft's SpongeBob Squarepants DLC, and it's not hard to see why. With such a committed community of builders and players, there's every possibility that people will continue to enjoy the game for many years to come.

Minecraft is now available on mobile devices, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.