Making a Fibonacci Clock

Soon I will launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund the Fibonacci Clock project. This clock uses the Fibonacci sequence to display time using a colored tiling representation of the number sequence. The following video is the making of the clock, from woodworking to electronics. All the code and schematics will be published under the GPL licence at the end of the campaign.

10 Comments

  1. Derek Ball
    September 25, 2015

    Dear Philippe

    Yesterday I received my clock, hurray! However, there were no assembly instructions with the it, can you send me them via email or send me the link to where I can find them?

    Thanks
    Derek

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    1. pchretien
      September 25, 2015

      Hello Derek,

      You’ll find the instructions at http://geekoclock.com/support/ I’ll write you a message in the Kickstarter messaging tool in case you miss this reply!

      Thanks and happy build!

      Phil

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  2. James Remus
    September 25, 2015

    I would love to get one or two of these clocks or evan just the electric components

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    1. pchretien
      September 25, 2015

      Hello James,

      You can register on the pre-order list for the next run of production. I will make more clock available for Christmas. The link to the pre-order registration is: http://geekoclock.com/preorder

      Thanks,

      Philippe

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  3. Francis
    October 24, 2015

    Y a t-il un moyen de troubleshooter? On vient de finir la soudure et seulement un LED rouge s’allume, les boutons semblent n’avoir aucun effet…

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    1. pchretien
      October 24, 2015

      Contactez moi sur le mail service de Kickstarter pour de l’aide! Merci!

      Reply
  4. Hansjo
    December 11, 2015

    I have one of your clock since one week. Its a very nice clock. Me and my wife enjoy your clock. But to be honest to buy it from germany its expensive because of the customs clearance and shipping cost. Anyway it was a good decision.
    Thank you

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    1. pchretien
      December 16, 2015

      Thanks for your feedback! Yes, shipping is expensive! I actually charges 30$ USD for it and it cost me 50$ USD to ship to Germany! I have to cut in my clock margin to ship worldwide. I wish I had the Amazon rates but as you probably guess, I’m quite far from that!:)

      Thanks for your support!

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  5. DarkChyper
    May 25, 2016

    Bonjour,

    J’adore vraiment ce projet, cette horloge geek est vraiment géniale.
    Je pense que je finirai par acheter un kit sans le caisson pour faire une horloge originale sur mon bureau.

    J’aime tellement l’idée que j’ai créé un fork (enfin je n’ai pas fait un fork sur github quand j’ai commencé et je me demande comment le faire maintenant) du code source que j’ai ré écrit en JAVA.

    Le but est d’amener petit à petit, en même temps que j’apprends le langage, le projet à une application Android gratuite.

    Je vais également jeter un oeil sur vos autres articles, c’est sympa ce mélange d’électronique et de travail du bois.

    Cordialement

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    1. pchretien
      June 15, 2016

      Merci pour vos commentaires … Bonne chance dans votre projet Java!

      Reply

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