Gislain Benoit hand soldered this beautiful three-dimensional working clock that doubles as a work of art. Contained above are all of the analog components necessary for a working clock in what you would typically find contained inside of a microchip. What’s more, telling of the time is done via measuring the phases of electricity from a standard 60Hz US outlet. Setting the time is done via magnets. Pretty ace if you ask me.
I particularly like the three dimensional factor contained in the soldering of the components, So often single two dimensions are used and for that reason electronics are pretty ugly. But this one is really tastefully done. I’m sure more time was spent drawing out the layout of the components than was spent soldering it all together. Ok, maybe not.
I know it’s mounted under glass, but I would still be concerned with those wires breaking, or getting shorted out. I think covering it in epoxy would be a better solution.