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Electric Watthour Meter

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Author: Xray

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Filesize: 0.93 MB

Date added: 2014-03-09

Rating: 6.4

Downloads: 1393

Views: 251

Comments: 7

Ratings: 4

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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This is a typical residential watthour meter that's used here in the U.S. for keeping track of the amount of electricity used.

Only the rightmost two digits are active in this scene because that's all that is necessary for the demo. The other digits work in similar fashion in a real meter, but they move so slowly that it would not be any more useful for this demo to make them active.
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hmmm,impressive
Very impressive coding. Works flawlessly:tup: :tup: .
Thanks guys! I appreciate your comments. :)
Wow, looks very good, good job! :tup:
Thanks lololoer! :)
:tup: It's simple compared to some of the scenes you normally make, but not at all bad
Thanks, Phil!

The scene may appear to be simple if you just count the number of objects in it, but the script that makes the numbers scroll with the proper timing and sequencing was rather tricky to do. It took me quite some time to figure out how to do it, and then to debug it.
Last edited at 2014/03/10 02:41:30 by Xray