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In this instructable we'll convert an inexpensive clock into wall art with a subtly changing moire effect. I'm expecting the MoMA to call any second. In this video ...
You will need A clock movement Photo paper printer transparencies thin cardboard super glue spray adhesive assorted odds and ends Start by removing your clock movement from a ...
There is a great deal of math available on the net about moire patterns, however, since it is spring break, we will forgo it. A moire pattern can ...
In this step we take our two patterns and print them out. One needs to be printed on photopaper and the other onto a transparency. Once printed the ...
At this point we'll trim the dials down to circles, the only other change we need make to the transparent dial is the addition of the minute hand, ...
Simply push the dials back onto the clock movement, make sure they're square and neither dial binds. Hang on the wall, and enjoy.
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