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postheadericon Mechanical Principles ca. 1930

Ten minutes of mechanical goodness! [Via Tinkernology]

postheadericon Mechanical Pac Man

Toronto’s Jonathan Guberman loves his games. We’ve already seen his typewriter Zork and Game of Life monome. His latest project is nothing less than a mechanical Pac Man game. Still a work in progress, the plaque above seems to be a study of sorts. See Jonathan’s site for his build notes.

postheadericon Location-specific sundials

Let My Heart.JPG

ANCR sundials, cast from recycled aluminum, use your exact latitude and longitude to plot the dial’s hour lines.

Our dials are calibrated using the laws of astronomy to calibrate the hour markers on the face of your dial. The gnomen (triangle piece on top) must also be precision machined to give you precise time keeping.

[Thanks, Mike!]

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postheadericon Location-specific sundials

Let My Heart.JPG

ANCR sundials, cast from recycled aluminum, use your exact latitude and longitude to plot the dial’s hour lines.

Our dials are calibrated using the laws of astronomy to calibrate the hour markers on the face of your dial. The gnomen (triangle piece on top) must also be precision machined to give you precise time keeping.

[Thanks, Mike!]

Read the Full Story » | More on MAKE » | Comments » |

Read more articles in Modern Mechanix |

Digg this!

postheadericon Location-specific sundials

Let My Heart.JPG

ANCR sundials, cast from recycled aluminum, use your exact latitude and longitude to plot the dial’s hour lines.

Our dials are calibrated using the laws of astronomy to calibrate the hour markers on the face of your dial. The gnomen (triangle piece on top) must also be precision machined to give you precise time keeping.

[Thanks, Mike!]

Read the Full Story » | More on MAKE » | Comments » |

Read more articles in Modern Mechanix |

Digg this!