1989 Bit Inversion Commander
Lipsk is an expander for Xaoc Drezno module that allows to flip (invert) individual bits of the digital signal representation.
It features 8 illuminated tact switches for manual control as well as 8 individual gate inputs.
When connected to Drezno which is processing a waveform, inversion of individual bits yields fractal-like pattern waveforms.
Bit processing logic in Lipsk is hardware based, hence there is virtually no latency, and the binary signals may change at extreme rates.