This planetary orbit clock uses rotating planets to tell the time. Each ring represents an hour, minute, etc, and the only way to tell the time is from looking at it from directly above. It costs $35 and looks really cool, but I'm pretty sure I'd never ever be able to actually figure out what time it was.
More pictures and confusing diagrams after the jump.
The Wall Gear Clock is a wall clock which uses exposed spinning gears to tell the time. And me? Well I basically just guess. ... / Continue →
This tubular clock uses words to describe time instead of numbers, similar to the Verbarius clock.
Time is displayed on the Tubular Time Clock in phrases such as "quarter past four" and "five minutes past six" instead of the pedestrian "4:15" and "6:05." The clock mounts to a... / Continue →
This LED clock looks like it's sinking into whatever surface you place it on. And if you put it on, say, water? Well that, sir, would blow my mind.
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