The Clock (ptp wired!)

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  1. rh

    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    That is awesome
     
  3. sanrico

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    Wow! That is so cool! Makes you realize how simple our PTP amps are.
     
  4. Hwoltage

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    That is the coolest thing i have ever seen.
     
  5. handtrix

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    yeah, very cool for a solid state, but I was thinking more tube... Then everyone would like a Nixie clock. ;-)
     
  6. bluejazzoid

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    That is crazy-cool fantastic!
     
  7. Tom CT

    Tom CT Old Supporting Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Outstanding! On a slightly related note, there's an artist named Todd McLellan who disassembles common objects and lays the parts out to be photographed. Like this:

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    jamess Silver Supporting Member

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    Way cool.

    My Dad has been involved in restoring antique clocks for years. I'm sending him this link.
     
  9. Hwoltage

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    I showed this to an EE friend of mine. He thought it was pretty cool but still wants a Nixie clock more. lol :bonk
     
  10. raph

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    Awesome clock.
     
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    ThePeopleofColin Runs with Scissors

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    That clock is definitely art. Beautiful.
     
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    I posted the link to the Matchless Facebook page. They might enjoy it.
     
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    Amazing. And makes pedals look like child's play.
     
  15. Jonathan

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    Do want!

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  16. rh

    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    The coolest clock per se is in Berlin:

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  17. Bill Lumberg

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    Extremely cool. That requires WAY more patience than I could ever muster
     
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    PTP quartz wristwatches could give Patek Philippe a run for their money as far as complexity and price
     
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    Thanks for posting that, it's fascinating to examine and makes one appreciate the miniaturization of objects that is possible with microchips.
     
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    Time is all in the hands.
     

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