Category Archives: Clocks

DIY “POV” Hard Drive Clock!

This has to be the most “awesome” POV hard drive clock I have seen so far.  Not only it tell time, it does it in the most stylish fashion imaginable using RGB LEDs and rotating discs.

I’ve seen a handful of hard drive

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DIY Russian Vacuum Fluorescent Tube (VFD) Clock Kit!

Lady Ada has done it again!  I still remember when I first met her at the Maker Faire couple years back, very nice lady indeed who keeps stirring up really cool DIY kits.

Here’s her latest Russian VFD alarm clock kit, it features vaccuum flourescent tube and open-source platform so you can hack it all you want.

Why limit yourself to a clock?  Hack it and make it tweet your GPS location via your Palm Pre.  hahaha.  Happ

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Sungale CD358LD LED Desk Lamp w/ 3.5″ Digital Photo Frame Review and Giveaway!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZ8VMOM6ieI

I’ve been very busy over the last 2 weeks fighting hackers and moving servers from host to host but I have finally got things straight tonight and guess what!

I just received the new Sungale CD358LD LED Desk Lamp prototype from Katharine. (Thanks Katharine for the sample!)

Anyways, we will be giving out this very unit, all you have to do is subscribe to Zedomax.com e-mail newsletter and leave a comment below of what you think.  (Sign-up form on the right side of the blog!!!) *Note – If you are already a subscriber

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The Most Awesome DIY Clock Ever!

Here’s a clock that’s made of 24 clocks to show you time in digital 7-segment-display style while everything is pretty much still analog.  WOW!

via make, geekologie

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbulAxkeMbo

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Recycled PC Clock Art!

Here’s a really cool lookin’ DIY PCB-clock!

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Helmet Clock that Projects Time!

Over the weekend, I took the motorcycle class and passed! (meaning I get an official license now) Anyways, I did also fend off bunch of hackers who kept taking this site down while I was taking the class (talk about honor, these hackers have no class, at least hack my site when I am not in class).

Here’s a really cool helmet clock that can also project time.  This might come in handy to celebrate the day

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DIY Hard Disk Clock for Sale on Etsy!

Remember the wall clock made from a hard disk?  Well, there’s an Etsy seller who’s selling this-style of hard disk clock for $32.

It’s sold out right now but this is an awesome clock to get if it’s available again soon.

This is a real 3 1/2in computer Hard drive converted into a desk clock with a quartz drive movement installed. The clock measures roughly 4″w x 6″h, and runs on 1 AA battery, inc

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Clock Hack – How to Make a VHS Cassette Clock!

If you are like me, you probably have about a few hundred VHS cassette tapes running around your house or garage.  Here’s how to re-make/re-cycle your old VHS cassette tape into a functional clock.

VHS is dead in the UK, the bottom-end of the market is struggling to shift VHS cassettes for pence. I have several, and found a new use for one.

I had an old quartz clock movement, the rest of the clock having fallen apart years ago.

And I have a lot of other electrical bits from broken TVs, videos, stereos etc.

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Film Clock!

Well, no one uses films anymore but if you want to dress up your house with this Film Clock (and you are a professional photographer), it’s not a bad idea.

This clock has red LCD display of time (hour, minute, and second) and calendar. Film alike design. Very limited production.

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DIY POV Clock made with Propeller!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=no2_M_b059g

Here’s a really cool DIY POV Clock made with a Propeller.  (One of the best I’ve seen)  Too bad, there’s no instructions for it, this could be a really neat project for Propeller hackers.

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