So, this is the top part of my Divergence Meter, from Steins;Gate series. Yes, it's real. No, it's not like the original.
First, there are no nixies (the numerical display) in the real world that matches the series'. Second, I've made it with the components I could gather, so you can see some differences, like the inductor at the left side (in the original, it's a capacitor).
It's not finished yet. I'll work now on the central board, that'll control the tubes. I hope I'll finish it soon.
EDIT: SEE it powered up! [link]
This project wouldn't be possible without the Tom Titor's experience in building his own. He made all the design considerations, and put everything in his website: [link]
Check it out for further information. I'm not following his design, but it's helping me a lot.