Several years ago we saw Alvin Aronson’s minimalist timepiece, which used wood and ceramic to replicate the seven segment digits commonly used in LCD and LED displays.
Instructables member alstroemeria took the idea further, creating a papercraft version of Aronson’s clock.
Alstroemeria used layers of cardstock, an Arduino Uno, 28 servos and a servo controller to make a cheaper and biodegradable version of Aronson’s clock.
Alstroemeria said he’ll soon post a video showing his clock in action. But time’s a wastin’, so go ahead and check out his build process on Instructables.
[via Evil Mad Scientist]