A few parts based on electronic components. A lot of it is in Wiremod and is probably planned to TU also, but I’m gonna put this here anyways.
Customizable size and resolution, would actually display per-pixel (not sure how this would go for performance). Could be modified through lua code allowing you to draw out a set of frames in an editor and refer to said frames in the code (with certain areas defined as being dynamic/modifiable).
Would allow playback of any .mp3 (or other audio files) and the ability to change pitch and volume.
Would allow the production of a frequency in a sine, square, triangle, or sawtooth wave. Frequency and amplitude would be configurable.
Value could be changed by hovering over and scrolling potentially, and would be controllable from a value of 0 to 100. Could be wired to, for example, change the amplitude/frequency of a buzzer.
Would be certain types of gates and math expressions that could be used for calculating a variety of things. Similar to Wiremod’s gates.
Basically a laser (configurable to be visible or not) that would fire from an emitter and measure the distance from said emitter to whatever it ends up hitting.
Would allow for movement such as translation and rotation with the potential option of setting different types of interpolation (although this could also be done with an arithmetic unit, see above).
Along with other things such as switches, LEDs, and other assorted electronic components. Basically it’d be fun to have an electronics workshop in TU.