June 10, 2008 AT 10:04 pm

DIY perceptual chronometer

Magician13134 strikes again with a unique project based off of a Perceptual Chronometer. it is basically a counter that displays random numbers very quickly. So quickly that you can’t see them normally. However, if it is true that ‘time slows down’ when something really scary happens, then by glancing at this device at the time you should be able to make out the digits.

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