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The consciousness clock by furrtek The consciousness clock by furrtek
I understand that this might not be "art" for some people.

The story behind this is simple:
I wanted to know how people see time, and how its perception changes from one person to another. It's a simple quartz clock I built from scratch, but it has two features normal clocks usually don't have: hundredth of seconds are displayed and it has a programmable divider.
This means that you don't get bored quickly while waiting between seconds and people don't know if they are real seconds, or if they're shorter/longer than usual.

That way, it can be given to friends/coworkers who work under deadlines without them knowing about what's going on. I'm curious to see if it really changes something, even if there's a 5 minute drift per day.
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Necrosauron Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2009
This is very interesting, and handbuilt you say, thats very good. A clock that shows miliseconds, and a programmable divider, thats very neat!
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furrtek Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's still sitting next to me, telling me time and reminding me that it runs by veeeery fast ;)
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Necrosauron Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2009
How did you make it piece by piece?, it must have taken forever to do.
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SHimmortal Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2009
ok.... ou prends tu tous ces fils et puces et autres objets que tu utilise? Démonte tu d'autres appareil pour créer ce que tu fais?
En tout cas, tout les lieux de travails devraient avoir ceci, hehe ca serait plus encourageant.
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furrtek Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Les composants classiques j'essaye de les récupérer sur du vieux matériel (télévisions, ordinateurs...), sinon c'est acheté sur internet.
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