Mike Davey is a maker we’re already familiar with through projects such as his incredibly detailed Turing Machine. This time he’s made a wooden wall clock, based on a design by Clayton Boyer, that almost looks like a long-legged creature with a little finger periodically pulling on the escapement.
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Making such things might be a good hobby. I am looking forward to other cool inventions :)
Clayton’s clock designs are all fantastic. I’ve made two myself; Galileo’s Bicycle and Simplicity. Plans are available on Clayton’s site linked in the article, including plans for “Swoopy,” seen in the video.
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