# Moving clock arms individually

I have as project to build something like this ( using arduino if possible ): http://clockclock.com

The one modelization that came across my mind is to take 2 sticks ( as clock arms ) and command them manually using one ( or two ) motors that will be under them. However, I fail to find the adequate motor. Basic motors have just one axis in the center that i can control; This would perfectly move ONE clock arm, but the second will just have to follow it...

As solution to create the mechanism will be a great help, I'm still so new at this.

• I highly suggest going on youtube...i’ll help youtu.be/rL0_vOw6eCc Watch this, maybe it’ll inspire you to learn some mechanics, which will make your project easier to understand. – morbo Oct 6 '19 at 10:53
• the second will just have to follow it ... no ... use two motors – jsotola Oct 6 '19 at 18:06
• I watched the video, that was very interesting, however, the mechanism they described do not seem implementable – Namrouch Oct 9 '19 at 15:07