# See also

I'm not the first person to come up with the idea of an executable, drawn-circuit!

- Mentioned above,
`ashirviskas`

made a Rust implementation too! - Various cellular automata are Turing complete and can be used to build a processor.
- Conway's Game of Life -- A Turing-complete zero-player-game. By far the most popular cellular automata. Rest in Peace John Conway.
- Wireworld -- Another cellular automata in which it is easy to implement logic circuits.
- Brian's Brain -- A cellular automaton similar to the previous.

- Bitmap Logic Simulator -- I'm not sure how this works, but check it out! It's a similar idea.
- Turing Paint and Doodle Code, which have a similar idea of "doodle-able logic circuits".
- Wired Logic, similar to wire-world, simulating circuits in an image.
- Lots of games:
- Minecraft especially for
**redstone**, an in-game resource that lets you build circuits. - Zacktronics, known for games which focus heavily on computation.
- Hempuli is one of my favorite game devs, and seeing their development on Baba Is You kept my brain on the right track for this.
- This in-browser videogame that has you build circuits and solve problems.

- Minecraft especially for

## Projects with a similar name

Reso was influenced by redstone, esolangs, and Python. The goal was to make digital logic circuits that could be built by anybody who can use MS Paint.

- The Real Estate Standards Organization, which is completely unrelated to this.
- 18kimn/Reso, an unrelated project which turns R into an esoteric language.