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Nifty electromechanical Vane display

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

Eastern Star Geek posted a complete electromechanical clock design for the Vane clock digits we covered earlier: The displays in question are of a 7 segment electromechanical design.  These are not light-up displays, but rather, reflective.  Each segment is a "vane" that has been painted a bright contrasting color, and mounted on a hinge,...

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