I was looking at barriers when I realized that if you make them really tiny, they can be used as a form of measurement for gimkit creative. It turns out that one super downsized barrier block without the border around it is one/ fourth of a normal block like Cinema Carpet. Once I thought about this, I was like, what if I make a ruler for actually measuring the length of something in game.

Heres a Picture of this:

I dont know if I did it right though. Can you please tell me if I messed something up. This is just some thoughts you know so please dont laugh. P.S. Was I supposed to put this in the help category?

With help from the community I have now createdd the measurement system, This is heavily inspired off of @mysz 's concept.Heres the conclusion:

**Forms of Measurment:**

The Biggest that can be achieved using barriers is 100 tiles. Called A Baseplate(Bad name. Will change later)

The next Biggest is 40 tiles long and is called (??? for the time being)

The next biggest is called a and is 20 tiles long.It is called(??? for the time being)

The next biggest is 4 tiles long and is called a MegaGimeter

Tile. A normal block is equal to a tile. It may be called a Gimeter

The next smallest is used with barriers. It is half the size of a tile. Called a Half-Tile

The smallest that can be achieved using barriers is 1/4 of a tile. Called a Quarter-tile.

The units of measurements could keep going on but they would be used with props so we dont actually know the correct measurements for everything after 1/4 of a tile.

**These names are placeholders and can be changed.**

Based off @mysz 's names for the tiles

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