If you’re a fan of analog clock faces but crave a futuristic edge to your time tracking, this DIY project combines a salad bowl and some laser diodes to create a laser-armed clock.
Unlike a tradition minute/hour hand arranged in a 12 hour ring, this clock shines a laser along the wall with the hours on one side and the minutes on the other. It’s an interesting hybrid of traditional time telling, a new configuration, and of course, lasers. Hit up the link below for more photos.
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