The idea is to connect a lamp, chandelier or a flashlight with a clock. Turning on the device, we will see time on the surface, where the light falls. The effect can be reached by the falling shadow, created by some stencil of the clock face on the lamp. Light clock idea’s variations may be infinitely different, it depends on the aims and functions set. It can be either regular or ultraviolet light. Special interest deserves the surface, where the light will fall: it can be either floor or wall, textured surface or even water. The size of the clock can vary immensely as well, and the regulated size may be produced, if necessary.
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- Anonymous Thanks, Arvīds. The thing is that idea is not the same at all. How many differences have you found?
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