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Diagonal Binary with a red ball every 64 blue balls

If you put 64 balls into the blue ball area, one red ball will come down, preventing any binary resets (all the bits turning right). One red ball means 64 blue balls, so any red balls that come down you need to add 64 to the real binary on the board. So basically a lot of binary(8 red balls + 63 = 575)

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@Harry I’m sorry I missed this when you posted in April. So cool! This is a lot of binary!!