If you have a Minecraft shelter and are looking to add some decor to it, one thing that can be quite helpful is a television. Fortunately, it is not impossible to make your own in Minecraft and it doesn’t require much knowledge about crafting or engineering. You will just need some black blocks, glass panes and some wood planks to build it.
How to Make a TV in Minecraft
The first step is to find a good place to place your TV. You will probably want to make it in a room that is already furnished, like a living room or a basement-type area. You will need some space behind the TV and on either side of it.
Once you have this in place, you can proceed with making the screen of the TV. This will require some work and a lot of creativity, but it is not as hard as you might think to make.
To get started, you will need to get something that is used for making a TV screen: wool and i black concrete dust blocks. You can get the wool from sheep or by combining the lana and dye you can find in the world of Minecraft at a workbench.
You will also need a few other resources that you can get from minecraft. The lana is obtained from scissors and sheep that you can find in the game, while the black dye is found in ink bags that you can get after defeating a squid.
After that, you will need some dishes of the material that you are going to use for your TV. This will be used as a support for the screen. For example, you can use a dish of quartz stairs for a white couch or a dish of wood blocks for end tables.
Another option is to use a skeleton skull for the base of your TV screen. This is not as hard to do as you might think and is a great way to finish off your project.
How to Make a Remote for your TV in Minecraft
The key to controlling the TV is to make a lever that you can press to activate it. This can be done by right-clicking the lever (PC), tapping it (PE), or pressing the left trigger on the consoles.
Before you can actually make a remote, you will need to create a “wire” between the lever and the redstone lamps on your TV screen. This can be accomplished by placing a redstone blot on each block in a line from the lever up to the top of the stairs. Repeat this for the two lamps on your TV.
Now that you have this in place, you can test it out by using the lever to turn on your TV. This will make the redstone lamps on your TV screen glow and you can see what’s going on on your TV.
Ultimately, this is an educational experience and will help you learn more about how to use the tools that Minecraft provides. You will also be able to interact with your project as well, which will encourage you to think of ways to improve it and make it more functional. You will also learn how to make your Minecraft projects more realistic and fun to play with.