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Manifold Clock: Tell the Time in 3D
By Product Design / IO, 09 Dec 2010
At first glance, it looks impossible to tell the time with, like those high-tech LED Japanese watches. But the Manifold Clock is as easy to read as it is an interesting piece of design to hang up on your wall.
Created by Studio Ve, which also gave us the toaster defibrillator, the Manifold Clock is really just a regular clock with a sheet that connects the two hands.
“The time can be read traditionally using the two hands, while a new reading method is created when [the] clock demonstrates an ever-changing form every minute,” Studio Ve’s Shay Carmon told us.
To better illustrate the movement of the hands, the design shop shot a video that shows the clock in motion:
[via Studio Ve]
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