tre The improbable rendez-vous of the 70's original electronic components from the USA and former USSR, animates the beating heart of Laika clock collection, and honors the first rendez-vous of russian dog Лайка (Laika) with space, in November 3, 1957.

 

Local time, date and geographic position of the artwork successively displayed.

Live animated neon rings at corners indicate second units, tens, and number of acquired GPS satellites to maintain perfect time.

T
ime, date & position adjusted by onboard GPS receiver to provide absolute accuracy.


 

Neon bulbs and glass displays from russian technology, core electronics made with vintage and modern russian and US components.

Size: 750mm (L), 650mm (H), 50mm (D)

Weight: 48.0 lbs / 21.8 kg

 






tre LAIKA ARTWORK FRONT VIEW: 23:39




tre LAIKA ARTWORK WITH RIVETED METAL FRAME




tre LAIKA ARTWORK CLOSE-UP - CURRENT TIME 23:47





tre TIME DISPLAYED ON THE 1st LINE, SECONDS ALONG A CIRCULAR NEON RING

DATE DISPLAYED ON THE 2nd LINE, IN ALTERNANCE WITH GEOGRAPHIC POSITION




tre LAIKA
ARTWORK CLOSE-UP




tre COMPONENTS AND GLASS DISPLAY DETAILS




tre NEON RING DISPLAY FOR SECONDS FROM 45 TO 60




tre NEON RING DISPLAY FOR SECONDS FROM 00 TO 15




tre NEON RING DISPLAY FOR SECONDS FROM 15 TO 30




tre NEON RING DISPLAY FOR SECONDS FROM 30 TO 45




tre COMPONENTS AND ASSEMBLY DETAILS



Collections | Perfect Time | Sputnik | Laika | Gemini | Apollo | Mir


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