I was thinking of octagons with little squares inbetween, to connect it together.

And it goes in all 3 axi, xy and z.

I mean electrical! So it can buzz really quickly. But I guess you could make it pneumatic as well, that would be fun! =) wouldnt get the huge oscillation potential that electricity has tho.

Its just like an FPGA, except you plug it together like lego (call it logo?), and I make it at the level of arithmetic, so anyone can understand it.

But I wonder if still the archictural framework of logic is still a tricky thing (fan in and fan out) that takes experience to understand and get used to, I also would think adding capactor to capacitor bucket brigade lines in the logic as well for a small state to go with the logic.

It gives you *very* high performance sampling, but with only a very small state, so it suits procedural generation style programming, which doesnt take so much numerical information to generate its output, because it generates itself via the logic, and maybe explaining that idea to kids is a bit tricky as well.

So it would make a nice fractal raytracer, for one thing.