Logic

Shenzhen I/O – Laser Tag Equipment

Shenzhen I/O – Laser Tag Equipment

I did not know that our company made weapons. But I guess as long as it is laser tag equipment it should be okay. This is in my opinion the hardest problem so far. We are asked to make a computer to control the equipment for a game of laser tag. And there are quite a few rules we need to take into consideration. Continue reading →

Posted by Kristian in Shenzhen IO, 3 comments
Shenzhen I/O: Animated Esports Sign

Shenzhen I/O: Animated Esports Sign

I think Joe has been out drinking with some friends. At least he landed us the fourth deal. We are to make an animated esports sign for one of the famous stars in the world.

The board has 5 simple outputs and we are supposed to generate signals that looks like

Animated Esports Sign - signals Continue reading →

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Contrapositive proofs – part 2

Contrapositive proofs – part 2

Once I finished up the post on contrapositive proofs I spend the better part of an hour feeling I wasn’t quite finished with the topic. I still had a couple of things to explore. The first one is a contrapositive proof that puzzled me, the other thing is De Morgan’s Laws which tells us how to negate a statement. Continue reading →

Posted by Kristian in Math, 3 comments