24 Analog Clocks Get Merged To Create One Digital Clock
Stockholm-based design studio humans since 1982 created a digital clock out of 24 analog clocks.
In the clock, called ‘the clock clock’, the 24 two-handed analog clocks are placed in three rows of eight—such that the hands of the clocks are arranged to become digital numbers when viewed from far.
Whenever the time changed, the hands of the 24 clocks would move accordingly—to display the ‘digital’ number.
The piece was previously exhibited at various museums in 2009, and photographed by Tim Meier.
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