Robot stonehenge clock

Steve Norris, wanting to make an unusual clock, programmed a robot to perpetually adjust a stonehenge-like arrangement of numerals. It uses a CrustCrawler Smart Arm, brained up with a Parallax Propeller chip. For some reason, I feel sorry for it and hope it has adequate vacation time. Stonehenge, a digital robotic clock [Norris labs]

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3 Responses to Robot stonehenge clock

  1. Anonymous says:

    i love the little twisting flourish it does every time puts a “stone” down.

  2. themindfantastic says:

    It almost takes a minute to change from 09 to 10 that it would have to go about changing 10 to 11 luckily thats not much of a change (just spin the 0 around to a 1).

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