Penrose Triangle

This is a “Penrose triangle” I made, an impossible object that resembles a 3D triangle. The way the sides open onto each other, and the shading pattern, make the triangle seem to have three right angles – which is, of course, impossible. For more information, here’s the Wikipedia page about the Penrose triangle.

Generating Random Numbers With JavaScript

I wrote a JavaScript program to create random digits, then used it to create a list of 1,000,000. I’ve copied the first 250,000 to a Word document, so if you want, you can download them (145 kilobytes). After a specified amount of digits, a red number shows how many have been generated so far (if enabled). … Read moreGenerating Random Numbers With JavaScript

My Most Popular Videos – 1. Motion Tag Tutorial and Command Block Fountain – 2,417 views

Finally, in 1st place, my most viewed video is a tutorial for the “{Motion:}” tag used in command blocks. This video goes over several things that can be done with this tag in combination with “/summon”, and accounts for 25% of my total channel views. It also showcases a fountain made with the motion tag … Read moreMy Most Popular Videos – 1. Motion Tag Tutorial and Command Block Fountain – 2,417 views

Coming in 2nd is another tutorial, this one showing viewers how to build minecart loading and unloading stations for item transportation with chest minecarts or hopper minecarts. It is a slightly longer tutorial than usual, but still showed a very useful contraption.

My Most Popular Videos – 3. Missile Wars Minigame Gameplay – 326 views

My 3rd most popular video is gameplay of the Missile Wars minigame, on the server “PlayMindcrack”, which is sadly now defunct. It is somewhat of a departure from my normal style, but I enjoyed that game so much that I thought I might make a video about it.

My Most Popular Videos – 4. Tamper-Proof Bomb Tutorial – 213 views

My 4th most viewed YouTube video is a tutorial for a tamper-proof bomb, similar to the one in this video by SethBling. It used pistons locked into a block update detector (BUD) state using quasi-connectivity.

My Most Popular Videos – 5. Flush Ghost Slime Block Elevator – 211 views

In 5th place is my “flush ghost slime block elevator”, that bounced players up to a higher platform using glitched slime blocks. Sadly, it no longer works due to bug fixes, but it was still an interesting machine that showcased the power of a simple glitch.

Counting Down My Top 5 Most Popular YouTube Videos

I am going to be counting down the 5 most viewed videos from my YouTube channel, DiamondGuy36! I will provide a short description of each video and what it was about.

Minecraft – My Old Redstone Testing World

This is a screenshot of one of my old redstone testing worlds in Minecraft, where I created many different redstone devices and farms. Several of these were shown in videos on my YouTube channel. It’s been awhile since I’ve built anything in it, but I still thought I would show you.

Mandelbrot Screensaver

I’ve been playing around some more with my Mandelbrot program, and I’ve made a separate version of it where each time the fractal is redrawn, it randomizes the real and imaginary parts of the complex number “z” (normally it’s 0). This is the result: It’s not really important or productive, but it looks cool and … Read moreMandelbrot Screensaver