Analog Digital Clock Marks Time With Printed Cards

Thursday, June 26, 2008

BoingBoing Gadgets' John Brownlee points us to the Digimech Clock, another example of the kind of digital/analog fusion we love so much. The clock, designed and made by Duncan Shotton, features vertical, printed strips which line up with the familiar seven-bar templates seen in digital displays., thus creating numbers. Servo motors tick the seconds and minutes away, using a simple ratchet design.

Brownlee points out that the Digimech is surprisingly big, as you can see in the video below. The most surprising thing, though, is that Brownlee manages to get through an entire blog post without talk of soft, human tissues or precious bodily fluids. One day at a time, John, one day at a time.

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