Tangible Time

This clock tells the time through vibrations. It can be adjusted on any plain surface by twisting which serves as a vehicle of oscillation. The shell is a 3D print with an engine inside, producing vibrations. This engine is attached to a vacuum suction cup and connected to the shell. The surface is coated with lac to ensure a good grip. By pressing a button on the clock, vibrations tell the time and make it sensible. The scheme to count the time is easily learnt and enables the user to capture time in a new way. This product can also be used as an alarm clock.

Jan Christian Schulz

Exhibited at DESIGNHOCH16, 2016, Hanover and Ventura Lambrate, 2016, Milan

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