Strobeshnik

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    Strobeshnik is a stroboscopic digital HDD clock.

    sensi.org/~svo/strobeshnik

    abbecedario, b0jan, giupaint, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Spikenzie 61 months ago | reply

      Nice job! I really like the font that you used for the numbers.

    2. abbecedario 61 months ago | reply

      Nice job, man!

    3. Scotish 61 months ago | reply

      Please don't tell me that if you become a pro photographer u'r mind starts perceiving everything as Photoshop. I'll destroy my cameras if it so!!! =D Spikenzie u are ware that this is not Photoshop right? coz I’m confused about ur use of the word font =)

      www.engadget.com/2010/03/07/strobeshnik-probably-the-most...

      www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWHF-bm7wQ0&feature=player_em...

    4. Spikenzie 61 months ago | reply

      @ Scotish: I never said photoshop, the style of number cut into the disk is still a font for me.

    5. svofski 61 months ago | reply

      @Scotish: the template for the platter was prepared in Inkscape, it was Haettenschweiler, a font indeed. I manually edited the characters to make them wedge-shaped to fit in tighter space and added the little bars to hold the insides. Well, I then manually edited them with a needle file, too ;)

    6. simdude2u 60 months ago | reply

      Have you made a speaker out of the hdd?

    7. svofski 60 months ago | reply

      More like a buzzer, speaker typically can emit arbitrary waveforms.

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