Analog Binary Counter Visually Demonstrates 0 to 63 (in Base-10) (Video)
No it doesn’t explain how binary operates (but we have a blog for that too) or what is meant by base 10 (read our Learn Guide) or how to display binary on a Circuit Playground’s LEDs (we got you covered), or perhaps most importantly how to display binary time on a wristwatch (read more here & here & here & here & here!) — but this very analog counter does visually (& brilliantly) demonstrate how binary proceeds from 0 to 63. Watch:
Using a wooden binary counter to demonstrate the binary numbers from 0 to 63 (in base 10)
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