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There are really no decent in-depth tutorials.


This problem isn't new, but there are no good tuts. I want to really get in to golems to see how it works. Could any of you do the favor?
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Re: There are really no decent in-depth tutorials.


I can definitely work on that for you. Most of the problem is a lack of interest. I worry that for the most part I'm the only one on anymore.

Let me know a few of the topics you'd like covered first.

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The main problem I have is that I don't understand the electronic parts, like oscilliscopes and functions. I used the internet archive to access the wiki for golems (Which has been dead for like a year) and found that the information on the wired parts aren't that useful or well explained. If you'd help, I'd be really glad. Note that I'm learning programming languages like Visual Basic and C, so if you know that stuff, you could explain it to me that way.
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I know it's been a while since you posted this, and if you're still interested I'd like to try to help you. Email me at andrew.kramer.92@gmail.com to get a quicker reply.

About the programming language with the wires, it's more of a binary/analog style. A lot of the programming I saw done back on the old forum from some of the more intense wire users were pretty in depth but as soon as you changed to wire mode it looked like the inside of the Apollo space craft, just wires everywhere.

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Access to the archived Golems Tutorials.


You can still access all seven of the following archived original Golems Tutorials by clicking here.

1. Golems 101
2. User Controlled Machines
3. Batteries
4. Distance Sensors
5. Function Modifiers
6. Decay Circuit
7. Memory Latch

Two excellent tutorial videos made by Andrew Kramer a fellow forum member and the forum administrator are available below.

Golems Tutorial 1

Golems Tutorial 2

To see what you can achieve with Golems after a lot of practice you can checkout this website which belongs to Austin another fellow forum member, his two table top mechanisms are pure ingenuity.
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