Are you a fan of nixie clocks? Ukraine-based Millclock has produced a variety of designs, some on wood and plastic foundations while others are arranged in acrylic frames and wooden boxes. The retro clock "combines contemporary trends with technologies peculiar to Soviet Block times" using a mix of scientific flare and intricate craftsmanship. The glowing numerals, which are made of electrodes and programmed to show relevant information on the wires, are placed inside glass tubes and filled with a gas mixture consisting of argon, neon, and mercury. Each base consists of a circuit board that can be controlled via an app or its touchpad. The tubes can be purchased individually and adjusted from two to six in total so that the hours, minutes, and seconds can be displayed simultaneously.
Find out more about nixie clocks at their website or on Kickstarter.