Brilliant 3D-printed Digital Sundial

Brilliant 3D-printed Digital Sundial

January 4, 2016

3D-printed Digital Sundial

Brilliant Digital Sundial with innovative Gnomon made by 3D-printer, which added slices to display numbers.   Watch the sundial at the video…

French engineer under the name of Mojoptix, has created a brilliant digital sundial showing the time digitally, by using the sun as a back-light for a series of analog pixels that are 3D printed to precise angles.



The 3D-printed sundial displays time from 10 am to 4 pm in 20-minute increments

The Swiss cheese inside the sundial is so intricate, that you can’t realistically use injection molding, or some other mass-production method. 3D printing seems actually to be the only practical way to build this digital sundial ! (is that really true ?? let me know what you think in the comments!)

3D-printed Digital Sundial

3D-printed Digital Sundial

via engadget

source Mojoptix

By | 2017-07-18T12:36:18+00:00 Jan 4, 2016|Categories: Technology news|Tags: |

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