Is this Minecraft Update a Game Changer? 

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The latest Minecraft Snapshot 23w12a for the Minecraft 1.20 Trails and Tales update has been released, and it includes Calibrated Sculk sensors and updated functionality for Amethyst Blocks in Minecraft. Calibrated Sculk sensors allow us to create wireless redstone in Minecraft, Hidden Minecraft entrances, Secret redstone doors and more.
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24 Mar 2023



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I've always wondered
I've always wondered 2 meses atrás
An update to a game is definitely a game changer Mumbo.
Name3615 2 meses atrás
BobOrKlaus 2 meses atrás
Good thing I didnt have to look far for this comment, it was also my first thought when I saw the title
Talon Bytes
Talon Bytes 2 meses atrás
By definition, yeah 😅
OverPower 2 meses atrás
​@Talon Bytes A change to a game is definitely a game changer.
Skello_Man 2 meses atrás
Yup, that's what they are
The Diamond Charge
The Diamond Charge 2 meses atrás
I find it so crazy how redstone is evolving like technology did from mechanical to electrical to wireless tech 😅
MARIO THE UNDYING 2 meses atrás
If Steve is living through the world and each update is new discoveries or inventions that he made, then Steve is progressing technologically
Assorted Garbage
Assorted Garbage 2 meses atrás
I need clarification: wasn’t all the calibrated stuff already possible by using the subtraction feature on comparators?
Galgamos 2 meses atrás
@Assorted Garbage This is more about how detailed the data you can send is. Like, if you make a binary sender and receiver, you can use a calibrated skulk transmission to communicate the data type you're about to send to the receiver. You could even make a priority system via a single throughput line. You'd have to structure the whole thing around the speed at which skulk resets, but while that decreases transmission speed, it also decreases the chance for delay-based errors that occur through minuscule server lag / chunk load issues. On a simpler level, you can send information across a redstone build much more easily, without the need for a direct connection, meaning that you can trim a lot of the larger connections from the outside, so long as you don't need the information to move very quickly.
Username 1123
Username 1123 2 meses atrás
​@Galgamos love how smart people enjoy Minecraft ❤️
Michael Ursitti
Michael Ursitti 2 meses atrás
If you combine these new tools with Mumbo's bank combination build, you'd have a wealth of alternatives to using buttons. You could go full "Bopp-It" and make the solution something silly like: open a door, glide across pit, play the goat horn, and look through the telescope. EDIT: I see a few others have thought of that as well :)
Coruscare Games
Coruscare Games 2 meses atrás
Oh my god you could make actual bop it
MrWMyself 2 meses atrás
I love when Mumbo makes a new tool and is like, “I have no idea what this is but here it is” and then the redstone community is like “omg it’s the Throngler of myth!” And it changes the scene entirely
TomDom_01 2 meses atrás
Haha the throngler
Rixa Xeno
Rixa Xeno 2 meses atrás
Never underestimate the Throngler. Never.
delinear 2 meses atrás
Something something Torment Nexus XD
ellasorellabrella Mês atrás
and then all the future redstone tutorials start saying "next you're gonna want to build a couple mumbo thronglers along here"
EIiza82 2 meses atrás
We don't just have an invisible pressure plate, we have automatic doors, like the ones at supermarkets. Just super cool!
Mr_Pigman101 Mês atrás
You could make a giant ring of these that all relay back to a central control station, sort of like the Great Wall of China did with their fire signals
Kenesys 23 dias atrás
ooo that fire signal thing is cool, I was thinking of like a space door thing, like in games or movies or whatever
lautaro benavides
lautaro benavides 2 meses atrás
That calibrated skulk sensor has so much potential, imagine in a horror map you use them to add ambience, you could add a mod or resource pack to change the sound of it detecting sound to sounds of creepy crawling, then after detecting your sound it sounds like crawling then it activates a redstone contraption for the next jumpscare.
Just Me
Just Me 2 meses atrás
Someone needs to work this out so the whole community can enjoy real horror in Minecraft. Amazing idea!
XL300 CREATIONS Mês atrás
Im thinking the same thing lol I was waiting for this kind of tool to exist hahaahh Cause i have my own idea of creating horror maps
Lavinia Clark
Lavinia Clark 2 meses atrás
My takeaway is that soon we’ll be able to send complex coded messages over some distance in Minecraft. There are 26 letters in the English language. That’s a small enough amount where if you have 13 signal strengths and one binary switch, you could effectively communicate all 26 letters of the alphabet. Granted, I think it’d probably be better to have only a few different signals that have simple phrases with important information. Like “come here” or “on my way” or “you’re in danger” or “Scar is going to visit you.”
MrToby11 2 meses atrás
I think you could use just 1 signal for "you're in danger" and "Scar is going to visit you."
Joseph Leonard
Joseph Leonard 2 meses atrás
Scar?? You don’t need a warning for Scar. But Grian…. You’ll definitely need a warning if Grian’s visiting.
Soundwrath 2 meses atrás
I have better content than Mumbo Jumbo
Lewa1096 2 meses atrás
@Soundwrath you have one video from 8 months ago. So that’s a lie.
Engineer02 2 meses atrás
You could already do that with regular redstone. Just make every redstone tick represent a bit, and if you want to send the number 8 you send 100001000, (The first 1 indicating the start of the message, and then the 8 following bits representing the binary number)
SuperionMaximus Mês atrás
I like how he made a door that you can open by tipping your hat. Clearly a gentleman and a scholar.
Tristan Rujano
Tristan Rujano 2 meses atrás
This could make for some really cool storyline creations where three players in different locations equip an armor, drop a key or damage a mob open a door
Joel Haggis
Joel Haggis 2 meses atrás
Idea: a secret combination lock where you have to make different noises in a specific order to unlock it.
pyromaniac000000 2 meses atrás
I LOVE the skulk piston door! You can probably make a 100% accurate Minecraft store now, with the automated sliding doors, and even one of those stolen item detectors, somehow lol. Maybe a farm animal store and the sensors for the beeper detect animal moving sounds, and beeps if it detects them, but behind the cashiers counter theres a lever to turn it on and off when a purchase is made! Like thats just neat lol
Ethan Brandt
Ethan Brandt 2 meses atrás
This is a huge advancement for redstone, a single signal line able to transmit multiple values.
ailurusRay 2 meses atrás
Honestly the armour equipping one to open a door ( 6:10 ) could be useful for nether portals. So you could both hide you portal and remember to equip gold armour!
Brent E
Brent E 2 meses atrás
Genius! Except I’d probably forget the gold anyway, and just unequip and reequip my main armor
Artic Rescue
Artic Rescue 2 meses atrás
I was gonna say at one point the armor is so op it doesn’t matter
MrCrowsie - Minecraft
MrCrowsie - Minecraft 2 meses atrás
Smart! Definitely doing that, does it work on bedrock edition, I don’t have Java! So if Java redstone is included then oh boy my luck is insanely bad.
CJ Games44
CJ Games44 2 meses atrás
@MrCrowsie - Minecraft it should be in bedrock once it gets 1.20
Flippy 2 meses atrás
Just curious, how do you hide a portal? They are so loud lol I flew to a random spot in the nether to get quartz and heard a portal, Found my buddies "hidden" portal. He still swears I used x-ray 😆
MISTER SIR Mês atrás
You could actually make a "test of courage" magic door that only opens if you jump from a tall height and damage yourself that way - if you are too afraid and jump from a non-harmful height you wont get a correct signal strength. For immersive roleplay stuff (like on the HC server) this would be amazing
Ante Talic
Ante Talic 2 meses atrás
There is sooo much you can do with these now. Imagine like silent sound sensors that detect players walking at specific areas or wireless connection between bases it's so cool.
The Golden Nebula
The Golden Nebula 2 meses atrás
This could probably be used to make a fully functional message system. It would be cool for secret bases.
Alexander Bombales-Quebec
That could be used to do Morse code so you can send cords to the players that's in the line and has a calibrated sculk sensor next to a light so you can use Morse code to send incripted cords to your teammates
ThatAnthroGamer 2 meses atrás
One thing I would say a suggestion to The Devs is that when we add the crystal to the skulk sensor that it also adds a sort of like Crystal box around the top so that the scope sensor will retain water like a cauldron.
xisumavoid 2 meses atrás
SoundStone! Theres a term that might just stick around :-)
ArcticPenguin 2 meses atrás
Helloooooo Xisuma!!
ArcticPenguin 2 meses atrás
I love soundstone 😂
bruv 2 meses atrás
reminds me of god of war's soundstone
Ariel Ben-Aher
Ariel Ben-Aher 2 meses atrás
ello mr. xee sum8u a
Jam Usagi
Jam Usagi 2 meses atrás
Why not redsound
Robert McDonald
Robert McDonald 2 meses atrás
Could these be used alongside note blocks? I'm not sure if specific notes or the special instruments tied to placing note blocks on top of other block types count as unique sounds, but I think it would be perfect for redstone if they did
S R 2 meses atrás
As far as I know, note blocks all send the same noise. Otherwise they'd all overlap with the various other noises from everything else.
Awareqwx Diamond
Awareqwx Diamond Mês atrás
​@S R There was an item from a mod called Thaumcraft called the Arcane Ear that did exactly that, and it was extremely useful for a variety of things -so long as WRCBE wasn't also installed-
Steel Engine
Steel Engine Mês atrás
Idea for making alarm systems for when someone is near your base or breaks your base.
?????? 2 meses atrás
I can see builds like power lines getting more popular to actually send signals like this
kenna palzer
kenna palzer 2 meses atrás
Learning about all the new red stone techniques makes me feel like I’m taking a final I didn’t study for
Argus Hva
Argus Hva 2 meses atrás
The create mod has a lever, that allows you to specify what Redstone signal for output. Combining these leaves allot of room for builds, and/or puzzles.
ThisisChris999 2 meses atrás
I only half understood this new block when it was introduced, but I'm sure Mumbo logic will make this new block so obvious
David Spade
David Spade 2 meses atrás
He's basically saying we finally have wireless in Minecraft which means we can create the internet.
Zoggda__ 2 meses atrás
Mumbo believes he has two brain cells Mumbo and Jumbo
David Spade
David Spade 2 meses atrás
Because he realized he could not only set it to specific sounds but specific actions you can save just about anything.
Kajaks00n 2 meses atrás
he makes it quite simple realt
Hanster.gun.343 2 meses atrás
@Zoggda__ and didn’t jumbo wuit
Zeroh 2 meses atrás
Wait the wireless transmissions is actually insane because with decoders, and the 7 inputs you used that means you can walk around the "telephone poles" without it messing anything up. Not to mention you could definately just branch off the lines in different directions for different projects (or people!). Now this of course will require a lot of chunks to be loaded but still! A step into the future of telecommunications in minecraft!
CursedSoul Mês atrás
Yea if we could figure out a way to keep the telephone line chunks loaded without lagging the game, we could potentially make wireless morse code systems to communicate with team members across different bases
MEGAMATTHEW75 2 meses atrás
The unexpected “brblrbl” sound at 7:20 made me burst out laughing, Mumbo never fails to entertain!
Ryan Porterhawk
Ryan Porterhawk 2 meses atrás
So if your vault wall/door blocks get broken, the calibrated sculk sensor sends its signal, and Vault Security Warden is released. the ultimate "Don't touch my stuff"
MarcDoezRandomVids Mês atrás
I love how this is just an anti trap detection system. You can basically use a bow and arrows to detect normal sculk sensors, but with this, you can't detect it unless you walk next to it or something
Devil JhoMama
Devil JhoMama 2 meses atrás
Does this mean you could have a book on the pedestal, and depending on the page of the book you're on, changes what the sensor picks up on? If this is the case, that's a new idea for a secret entrance. Have a button that triggers the placement of a block (powder snow). Then have the book lead to a cailbrated skulk sensor. This means that when the book is on page 13, the button will trigger the skulk sensor. And yes this also means that if the book is on page one the skulk sensor will respond to footsteps. I have no idea how to circumvent this however.
Jacob Williamson
Jacob Williamson 2 meses atrás
Mumbo, you've forgotten one thing! Sculks can be "deafened" to a direction by wool! If you wanted an automatic door that opened with steps (or any other method) you could have it only trigger in one specific spot! Or heck, make a toggle so your secret sound only activates when a piece of wool is pulled away. Endless ideas! Such a good update!
Mumbo Jumbo
Mumbo Jumbo 2 meses atrás
Didn’t forget! Just that functionality has been in the game for a few years and I’ve made builds based on it. I might do a follow up now though ☺️
Félix White
Félix White 2 meses atrás
The thing he really forgotten is to talk about the dead piece of a wandering trader around 9:30 😂😂
Anonymous 2 meses atrás
@Félix White lol this didn't know if anyone else noticed
CORE Inc. 2 meses atrás
@Félix White You have made me spend 2 minutes of my life staring at the screen trying to figure out what you meant. Now i think you have trolled me. I am sad :(
Isak Olsson
Isak Olsson 2 meses atrás
@CORE Inc. I think he means 9:40
lucasuriel 2 meses atrás
It's funny, because the very first thing I thought of when I saw Mojang's post regarding the calibrated sculk sensor was "hey, this would make a good way to make a sort of sound key for a secret entrance", and here you come to us showing exactly that. The new sculk blocks are truly wonderful.
James Madison's spirit animal
I love the take off armour thing because on an rp server it could be like a taking your hat off in a holy place type thing. So much potential!
Sepia Smith
Sepia Smith 2 meses atrás
My favorite parts about these updates are the few building blocks added and the quality of life tweaks that make a huge but subtle difference. Like TNT dropping every block. That is not an obvious change at all but it made a huge difference. I've gotta know how directional you can make it. Like, if you choose a relatively common sound but you make it only happen in a separate space surrounded by wool.... would that make it essentially independent??
Zytronium Mês atrás
Every update is always an absolute game changer
anyanomous 2 meses atrás
Its very interesting how the update focuses so much on sound- the skulk sensors, the amethyst blocks, and even the horns with their unique calls!! I wonder if the horns will have any significance later down the line as well :O!!
AlexiSonic 2 meses atrás
The idea of a door that only opens when you tip your hat off and on near it is so elegant.
MatteMathias 2 meses atrás
That is very much Mumbo's cup of tea
Danny C
Danny C 2 meses atrás
Or your pants 😁
Abhinav Singh Kushwaha
Abhinav Singh Kushwaha 2 meses atrás
@Danny C Scar would probably love that
Mr.Nobody 2 meses atrás
A note block combination (like the piano combination to enter the batcave) is an interesting build to work with this new update.
Surec Mês atrás
It would be interesting to see if you could make a mail system with this. For example, you could send a signal on a specific channel via binary and have stations to store text for people to read later.
Alyssa S
Alyssa S Mês atrás
Watching Mumbo make that door at the end made me think of a post I read. “If you do it first, you do it worst, and history will thank you for it” in reference to the Wright brothers’s first plane being bad in comparison to what we have now. The redstoners will thank you someday for this Mr. Jumbo
Irish Horseman
Irish Horseman 2 meses atrás
I would love a tutorial for that 3 by 3 piston door with the calibrated sculk sensor, I plan on using these a lot when the update comes out
DoublA8 2 meses atrás
A Display that you can transport messages on would be awesome. Like how you’d make a clock with red stone lamps
Geoman265 2 meses atrás
The teleportation detection could actually be good as an anti-cheat mechanism for something, like breaking into a vault. If some pesky bird tries to teleport in using chorus fruit, then the sensor would activate, doing whatever you want.
Jrlopez 2 meses atrás
Bro thats so cool
HaloTheWickerbeast 2 meses atrás
This could be so useful for anti-break-in tech
Adriyel Guarte
Adriyel Guarte 2 meses atrás
Pesky bird
Ardency 2 meses atrás
Love the reference
Slim Mês atrás
alarm system
Agent_Stuffie 2 meses atrás
I think a cool contraption with this could be a little Simon says minigame. Changing what the sensor is listening for and then having a timer for the player to do said thing
UnknownHuntr 2 meses atrás
The wireless potential this has for contraptions is amazing. I can't wait to see what people make with this
Carol M
Carol M Mês atrás
Every Mumbo video that involves making a new complex redstone contraption or experimenting with new redstone always makes my brain hurt and go numb AT THE SAME TIME. Good job mate.
Hehe Loser
Hehe Loser 2 meses atrás
You can hit those sensors with fire charges to reset their little thinking yell phase so it will just instantly send any thing they receive
Windums Mês atrás
Can't wait to see you create easy(for us) and hard projects(for fun) 😉
Articulated Arguments
Articulated Arguments 2 meses atrás
I’m imagining a super immersive labyrinth build using this. Since you can pass signals wirelessly and base it on specific sounds you can make a multistage maze that shifts based on reaching invisible checkpoints. No command blocks, no trip wire, no pressure plates.
RFDN0 2 meses atrás
Well Tango will likely use it for decked out 3.
MerquriFTW 2 meses atrás
He's already using it for decked out 2, to detect walking. Because the sculk sensor already gives a different output from different triggers. You just have to build a bulkier decoder
Jocoder2 2 meses atrás
seeing as Minecraft is turing-complete, meaning you can make a functional computer in Survival mode with infinite complexity (up to the limits of your own computer of course), you could theoretically encode messages as a set of bits, wit a sound being transmitted representing a 1 and no sound being transmitted representing a 0. Adding the calibrated skulk sensor multiplies this bandwidth by 8, with an additional 14 sounds, increasing the bits per transmission from 2 to 16.
zki46 2 meses atrás
Backroom in Minecraft
Herp Derp
Herp Derp 2 meses atrás
I've been trying to do that already using sensors with wool so it's directed towards certain areas. But it's quite complicated.
Sly 2 meses atrás
Maybe you could have multiple walls that require different sounds so you have a multiple step verification process!
thomasfplm 2 meses atrás
The Calibrated Skulk Sensor might make it a lot easier to build locks that use buttons for making codes.
KaiyuMC Network
KaiyuMC Network Mês atrás
imagine an elytra secret entrance to a cave base! new skulk sensor detecting the elytra gliding opening a massive piston door!
Patrick Shannon
Patrick Shannon 2 meses atrás
With these sensors, you could make a combination lock mechanism that destroys the combination information if it detects tampering.
Brayden Treleaven
Brayden Treleaven 2 meses atrás
A really cool idea I hope happens with someone using this is someone’s probably gonna create a long distance communication device using Morse code or a letter system, idk why when you have the whisper command but it could be a cool build
Wafflesn’such 2 meses atrás
This is the first time EVER in history that Mumbo has gone over an update at a relevant time
Sruggs 2 meses atrás
You can tell how excited he is over this, and so am i!
André Laszlo
André Laszlo 2 meses atrás
Lol! I was waiting for the usual "this has been in the game for AGES, I can't believe I'm a professional youtuber without ever using it, but it turns out it's quite COOL"
Red Skywalker
Red Skywalker 2 meses atrás
For the water-logged sensor, could you use a hopper to set the signal strength so that the water doesn't wash anything away?
GreyGalihad 2 meses atrás
I like this. Ive been wondering how they would add wireless redstone in a unique way. Sound. Who would have thought. Very creative and give so much customization and options naturally. Feels good.
berzerk the jerk
berzerk the jerk 2 meses atrás
I can't even imagine the insane builds some of the Redstone geniuses are gonna make with this stuff..actually gets me excited to see what's gonna come from this🔥🔥❤👏
Bruce Goff
Bruce Goff 2 meses atrás
It would be cool if different noteblocks put out different signal strengths
Spimuru Mês atrás
I love how snowballs finally have a use, that use being door fuel.
The Sith Turkey
The Sith Turkey 2 meses atrás
I believe it is truly game changing, especially in the hands of a genius like Mumbo jumbo
Vicid 2 meses atrás
​Don't Read My Profile Picture ok
IDK 2 meses atrás
Mumbo is a genius at content creation but if I'm honest he is pretty avregly good with redstone If you actually try you can reach it with a pit of patiance Sorry forgot what words are my excuse is that my native languge is not by any means English
Qsean Ferrigon
Qsean Ferrigon 2 meses atrás
With this i think we can make alarm systems
mysterious ecurb
mysterious ecurb 2 meses atrás
It's really quite simple
Jans Kam
Jans Kam 2 meses atrás
And simple!
Adam Dyson
Adam Dyson 2 meses atrás
The single wireless line is interesting but I’m wondering what delay you need to put in to deal with groan and his button mashing habits 😊
Gman Plays Games
Gman Plays Games 2 meses atrás
The best use I see for this is making a big security room in your base with a ton of Sculk Sensors and amethyst blocks set up to detect sound and lighting up Redstone Lamps via Calibrated Sculk Sensors to indicate the direction of the sound qnd what type of sound it was (e.g. footsteps to the north or block broken to the east, etc.)
Deoxie 2 meses atrás
Now make a calibrated sculk sensor into a sculk sensor by making it react to every sound a sculk sensor does
Vera Wikström
Vera Wikström 2 meses atrás
That does sound like a Mumbo Jumbo-video 😂❤
spartan guilty
spartan guilty 2 meses atrás
Imagine if someone reworked Sahara but with the new skulk sensors i would love to watch a video about that
Lucien Twyman
Lucien Twyman 2 meses atrás
Now it’s possible to make a truly hidden minefield only activated by footsteps
badooga 2 meses atrás
Imagine if putting an amethyst bud/cluster on the amethyst block boosted the range of the signal it passes along/resonates, like a signal extender or an antenna of sorts. A small bud would be +50%, a medium bud +100%, a large bud +150%, and a full cluster would be +300%.
D__man 2 meses atrás
Actually an interesting idea
Lolcrazycat 592
Lolcrazycat 592 2 meses atrás
Signal tower builds :00
Fergus McGregor
Fergus McGregor 2 meses atrás
Either that or bigger buds speed up the signal more
ニツネ NitsuNe
ニツネ NitsuNe 2 meses atrás
The bud size for signal range and quantity used to craft for speed would be great (or make it toggleable like repeaters), just like how rockets can be crafted using multiple gun powders.
badooga 2 meses atrás
@ニツネ NitsuNe More buds = a faster signal would be great!
Li Xun
Li Xun 2 meses atrás
Im not a redstoner, but I can relate the feeling of discovering new features as a datapack developer.
Scott Rastyles
Scott Rastyles 2 meses atrás
Perhaps making a big train control room with this would be cool
Francis Paguyo Jr
Francis Paguyo Jr Mês atrás
Imagine making a piston door that can only hear elytra gliding that would be cool
James Cruz
James Cruz 14 dias atrás
I love that even in the world of Minecraft, wireless signal transfer is filled with latency lol
ArchViz Productions
ArchViz Productions 2 meses atrás
I can tell how much Mumbo has grown as a BRvid content creator. All of his content just keeps getting better as well as his skills in Minecraft. Excellent work Mumbo! Were so glad your back!
Toby Sheridan
Toby Sheridan 2 meses atrás
greenchucklesjr 2 meses atrás
​​@Toby Sheridan hard to argue with as compelling an argument as that
Soundwrath 2 meses atrás
I have better content than Mumbo Jumbo
Welshcake Inc.
Welshcake Inc. 2 meses atrás
​@Soundwrath you have one video, and had to type this same comment three times on this video, so sureeeee you do...
spacebar_key 2 meses atrás
@Welshcake Inc. its a bot
Kirkendauhl 2 meses atrás
I hope this helps people who cram a lot of Redstone into their worlds who don't always have the planning or space to build their next farm without interference
Sebastian MB
Sebastian MB 2 meses atrás
I think it would be better just putting an interaction where you select the sound. Something like the repeater or daylight sensor.
Muskar 2 meses atrás
For waterlogged sculk sensors, you don't need to encase the water to avoid spillage. You just need a hole to at least one side for the water not to flow on the comparator, like you also did. So it's slightly less bulky than you suggested.
QuietBorb 2 meses atrás
Reminder Wool cuts sound vibration Encasing your redstone with wool could block outside interactions in the case of the 3 by 3 door
Samuel Berz
Samuel Berz 2 meses atrás
Now I'm imagining some sort of burglar alarm for a vault room; have a sculk sensor listening for blocks breaking, so it goes off if someone tries to mine their way inside. Additionally, if wool still dampens sound, you could have a second one that listens for footsteps that can be disabled with a piston that pushes wool blocks to disable it whenever you wish to gain entry, to act like motion sensors
Christopher Small
Christopher Small 2 meses atrás
You could make a city have wi-fi like this by making a massive grid of sensors and amethyst underneath the floor so that messages can be sent across. The only problem is getting the message to the right receiver, otherwise it could be like a news broadcast, flashing a lamp in every building when the mayor presses a button
CoolRayquazaGaming 2 meses atrás
That’s actually really cool
Infinite Planes
Infinite Planes 2 meses atrás
Good news! Thats already how it works, so Real Life already has plenty of ways of getting the messages to the right reciever.
Aaron Kuntz
Aaron Kuntz 2 meses atrás
Maybe you could have another line of Soundstone that selects the person you want to send to, like a switch board, maybe moving amethyst over certain people sculk sensors which then allows only the message to travel through.
Infinite Planes
Infinite Planes 2 meses atrás
@Aaron Kuntz Or use the time delay of Soundstone to put more data on one line rather than use multiple lines. Say you have two friends that you might want to send messages to, Alice and Bob. You could build both of them a line, but that would cost extra resources. Instead, you can have a station that connects to move Alice and Bob. This station will read incoming data and pass it along to either Alice or Bob. If it sees a particular combination, like T:A to be blunt, the station will stop directing traffic to Bob and instead direct it to Alice
DaComputerNerd 2 meses atrás
We have the physical layer, just have to wait for some nerd to implement the remaining layers in redstone and we can do it. Even just the link-layer protocol implementation would be cool
EldurThePaladin 2 meses atrás
This would have made the Pacific Bank so much easier to make for Iskall (and Mumbo)
JellyMyst Mês atrás
The wireless redstone here gives a whole new meaning to the concept of noise in the signal. And god help you if you ever need to worry about cross-talk.
Runewit 2 meses atrás
In the waterlogged calibrated skulk sensor situation, couldn’t you use a target block to pass it a redstone signal instead of having to do the water flow setup?
Devout Frost
Devout Frost 2 meses atrás
Think of the control panels you can make for your industry farms turning things on and off with one panel and less redstone snaking everywhere.... PERFECT for putting more farms in your industrial zone :D
Hat & Hoodie
Hat & Hoodie 2 meses atrás
If the door at the end uses a Dispenser launching a Snowball to activate the top section, couldn't you also just have the Dispenser launch a Snowball upward at a Target Block to achieve the same effect without Sculk Sensors?
Nerdboss3000 2 meses atrás
So maybe if you want several doors to open and close at the same time, you could have a Skulk Communicator to send signals to all the doors
Soundwrath 2 meses atrás
I have better content than Mumbo Jumbo
Zero820 2 meses atrás
Good idea!!!
Kirito the Abridged God
Or, trapped doors, where if the sensor doesn't hear a specific sound before you activate the door, it goes through the activation sequence, then does something lethal.
A guy named Kirby
A guy named Kirby 2 meses atrás
"Build me a contraption, worthy of More Doors." - The Eye of Ender to Bumbo Baggins, probably
Car in the Sunset
Car in the Sunset 2 meses atrás
Like a base lockdown or something. That'd be really cool.
Laura Morgan
Laura Morgan 2 meses atrás
I feel*so* bad for Tango. This is is exactly what he hoped for for Decked Out 2 and they withheld it from him!
Caeleb Yetter
Caeleb Yetter Mês atrás
You definitely should see if you can do a code with having to create certain sounds in a certain order
Now make a base or bunker that has different mechanisms and defenses against different things. Elytra flying for something block breaking and etc
Sudeep 2 meses atrás
Funny how he's holding a sword when conveying his message to the door builders XD
Farley Youckton
Farley Youckton 27 dias atrás
I love your beautiful, creative mind. That is a huge game changer, not only for secret doors and stuff, but also for my second version of decked out. Thank you!
Beded_ 2 meses atrás
Who else burst out laughing when Mumbo when "blrlrlr" 7:21 ⬇
TheDawnOfChill 2 meses atrás
random person
random person 2 meses atrás
David Bakke
David Bakke 2 meses atrás
nyx xyn
nyx xyn 2 meses atrás
What about a combination lock where you have to make a specific combination of sounds or, even more secure, both a normal redstone combination lock AND a sound combination lock
Darcie Mulholland
Darcie Mulholland 2 meses atrás
For waterlogged the skulk sensor... you could just dig a block out underneath it, and the water would flow down into it. There would be no need to surround it with blocks.
Travis Dacon
Travis Dacon 2 meses atrás
If I remember correctly, redstone repeaters and comparators actually can be placed underwater on bedrock edition.
Menos Problemos
Menos Problemos 2 meses atrás
One could make the visitor have to equip armour on one place, run to another where you place a block and then push a button - Otherwise the door wont open. This has some crazy implications.
Retiring Channel (WIP)
Retiring Channel (WIP) 2 meses atrás
That wireless line could be used to connect all your farms. Or, Sahara 2.0
PencilVoid 2 meses atrás
A note about the waterlogged Calibrated Sculk Sensor at 7:45: you shouldn't need to surround the water with blocks once you get it flowing. The water won't redirect itself unless it finds another hole that's an equal or shorter distance away from the source block
Mumbo Jumbo
Mumbo Jumbo 2 meses atrás
Yeah I should have been clearer about what casing I meant - the blocks all around the bottom are the necessary ones. I just stopped removing blocks mid sentence as talking and breaking can be too much for my brain 😂
Jordan Wells
Jordan Wells 2 meses atrás
AceMcCrank 2 meses atrás
@Mumbo Jumbo One other thing is that the amethyst can also make sound travel in directions other than straight. Like, if you needed to send them up through a floor or activate something a few rooms away, then across the hall of a building, etc.
Mike 2 meses atrás
oh xd
Michael Wright
Michael Wright 2 meses atrás
Have you thought of sending multiple sounds simultaneously to multiple receivers and by using some redstone logic gates so no one person can open your door? Unless of course they know where your button is.
Felix Gaming
Felix Gaming 2 meses atrás
This actually was possible before using comparator locks, but the calibrates sensor makes it far easier
Tanish Ranjan
Tanish Ranjan 2 meses atrás
I almost thought Calibrated Sculk Sensor had no use, until he made this video. Good Job Mumbo 🙂👍
Superdash 2 meses atrás
The possibilities this has for Minecraft computers could be insane. You basically managed to encode, send, and decode an 8 bit message on 1 line.
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