There are numerous DIY clocks out there in the seamless ocean of DIY projects that even an average Joe can venture out on. Some of them are really cheap but not that good looking and some are uber’ cool looks wise but when it comes to functionality they better be left in the home store. If you are looking for a cheap and cool way to decorate your living room walls with a clock that no one else possesses then you have come to the right place.
This niche looking clock is a DIY project that anyone of you can follow and make in no time with the help of an Arduino. This clock is very simple in functionality yet it is something that looks straight out of some fancy gadget shop as the laser lights signify the hands of a clock showing you time sans any physical clock hour and minute hands. Apart from the Arduino you’ll need an IKEA BLANDA salad bowl or if you can get something similar in your store or kitchen then it’s even better. Other things that you need include two laser lights and a servo motor to provide the mechanical functioning of the clock.
Zouliv’s blog shows exactly how to make this DIY laser clock from a salad bowl so head straight over to the blog for more information on the wiring diagrams and assembly process which is very easy to follow.