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April 8, 2009

Laser Sundial Clock Project

at 5:46 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


Alessandro from 5Volt.eu has made this real simple and cool clock . The Laser Sundial Clock Project uses a Atmel microcontroller to move a servo with a line laser connected to it. The result is a single line that can simply represent the time on the wall.

"This is a simple project of a sundial wherein the pinion is replaced by a line LASER I took from a LASER level. The LASER is mounted on a RC servo which in turn is driven by a micro controller. The micro controller keeps the time and turns the RC servo accordingly."

Via: Dvice


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One Response to “Laser Sundial Clock Project”

  1. Daniel Fernandes Says:

    Project very interesting!
    I would like, please, Schematic and Arduino code (Laser Sundial Clock);
    Thank you

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