“Simply named “ The Clock “, this piece of art is not only doing what is supposed to do “keeping time” But also is visually extraordinary. What you see, is not only the time that it shows, but all of the electronic parts that you would find inside the microchip of a wrist watch if you would normally be looking through a microscope.
What is even more extraordinary is the fact that it has been hand crafted. The thousands of parts that compose it are soldered together in a 3-dimensional structure. There is no electronic board involved. The parts are linked to hold themselves and reveal the complexity of the circuit through the solid wiring that keeps them together which gives a visually astonishing result. The symmetry and density of its parts and interconnections has been kept uniform throughout the circuit. Every single part that composes the clock has its purpose. If you would decide to take out a single part of the circuit the clock won’t operate properly anymore.
” The Clock ” has digital pulses flowing inside every single wire and every single part. These synchronized pulses, all intelligently controlled and channeled through every circuit, is a binary “dance” of hundreds of bits of information coming and going from one section to another. All working in unison to display the flow of time.”
V. Technical specifications.
3mm clear glass frame covering the complete circuit.
2. ELECTRONIC PARTS
60 Red LEDs
6 Magnetic switches
3 Dual digit displays
1916 Total number of parts.
3. PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS
Weight: 14 pounds.
Height: 22 inches
Width: 26 inches
Thickness: 2 inches
4. POWER REQUIREMENTS
120V.AC, 60Hz, 2 Watts.
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