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    This is Ferrolic--a clock displays the time by manipulating magnetic fluids.
    Ferrolic was designed from a strong fascination for the magical material Ferro Fluid. The natural dynamics of this fluid makes that this display bridges the gap between everyday digital screens and tangible reality.
    Because the fluid behaves in an unpredictable way, it is possible to give the bodies, perceived in the Ferrolic display, a strong reference to living creatures. It is this livelihood that enables Ferrolic to show a meaningful narrative such as having the creatures play tag. In addition the natural flow of the material, Ferrolic can be used to form recognisable shapes and written characters. Ferrolic uses both information-layers in parallel in order to display scenes and transitions in a poetic, almost dance like, choregraphed way.
     Ferrolic is in ongoing development. To kickstart Ferrolic, the current design will be produced in small batches and is available for pre-order.
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    Called the Albert Clock, designers Axel Schindlbeck and Fred Mauclere of design studio MNTNT have created a clock that displays math equations that must be solved to know the current time. It is expected to a retail price of $270 USD Check out the Albert Clock’s project on Kickstarter.
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    MB&F Unveils Melchior for its 10th Anniversary. This robot is actually a table clock, is made from 480 components. The clock was designed by Xin Wang and uses a L’Epee clock moment as its head and torso. Its eyes are 20-second double retrograde counters, and its clock regulator is visible under the polished glass dome on top. Its steel arms move up and down and the left Gatling gun arm is removable. Plus, its left arm serves as the winding mechanism for the clock when removed.  Only 99 of these will be made with silver version or black and silver. Watch the video of it.
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    ThePresent is an annual analog clock, displaying the present day, completing one revolution every 365 days. Created by the fine folks of mssng peces.
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    The 3P clock(3D clock), at frist glance, the 3P clock might appear to be for your bedside table. Designed by Robocut studio, the clock creates the illusion of a 3 dimensional cube on your wall.
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    The O' Clock designed by Okum Made is sculpted from solid hardwood. The cavity of the clock faces frames the beauty of wood grain by revealing the many years of growth.
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    A good idea to learn the morse code! Morse code at each number space identifies the time of day on this clever wall clock. Measures 11.5-Inch diameter. The Morse Code Clock is available for $35.99 online.
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    Designed by Adrian and Jeremy Wright, the Lexon Titanium Clock AM/FM Clock Radio displays the time via LED. It comes with an auto-dimmer switch and is made from aluminum.
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    With this dreamlike butterfly clock, you can watch how time "flies". It starts with the sophisticated look of a modern wall clock — clean lines, black matte surface, and sans serif numerals. Those pieces transform into butterflies that leave behind butterfly-shaped openings in the clock face behind them. The butterflies are easily attached to any wall surface using an adhesive backing.
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    "Tel-aviv-based Studiove has designed a wall mounted clock with hands longer than an arm, but yet thin and subtle. The flexion of the steel gives the indicator a surprising vibrancy. The 'lithe clock' presents a new appearance of time - with a smooth and soft flow it resembles a dance - as they rise and wilt, turn and bend."
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    The Bedol Water Clock works 100% on natural power. It's true. No batteries, no chemicals, no electricity – no pollution. It's absolutely eco-friendly! You don’t even need to wind it up! Just fill the tank with natural tap water and you're set for 12 to 14 weeks of accurate timekeeping before refreshing. Thanks to the built-in memory chip, you don't even lose time while changing water built-in memory chip! What a clever timepiece! It is $25/piece.
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    The Monty Python Ministry of Silly Walks clock is created from 20x20 cm canvas by iamnahald.
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    This glow in the dark moon clock is made up of authentic lunar images taken in Western France by astronomy photographer Norbert. It has dome glass front and measures 13-1/2-inch diameter. Only 1 aa battery can make it work!
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    The Nixie Ramos features four glowing nixie tubes that display the time, which designed to get you out of bed in the morning. It requires you to punch in a code on a keypad to shut it off. The keypad is in another room, and the code is the correct day's date. Nothing too hard to figure out, but the idea here is that you could place the pad somewhere that fits into your morning routine, such near the shower or next to a coffee pot.
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    The catena wall clock harkens back to traditional mechanical clocks. copper digits mounted onto a bicycle chain place emphasis on the cyclical nature of time.
    Cool catena wall clock!
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    A 21st-century redesign of Dietrich Lubs' classic 1990 AB30 clock.
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    The iconic Braun travel alarm clocks are known for their compact size, silent operation, crescendo alarms, reliability, and easy-to-read displays.
    This redesign of Dietrich Lubs's 1990 AB30 clock includes a voice- or clapping-activated snooze function and has a large pop-up alarm switch with a green stripe.
    The four-minute snooze function can be repeated up to forty minutes.
    ABS plastic, quartz movement.
    One AA battery included.
    3.25"H x 2.5"W x 1.5"D.
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    White or Black: $42.
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    The Defusable Clock is a fully-functional alarm clock that also lets you practice defusing explosive devices just like you see in the movies. Designed and built by Mike Krumpus from Nootropic Design, when the countdown for the alarm starts you have to snip one of 3 wires to ‘diffuse’ the situation. And every time the countdown begins it’s a different randomly selected wire that does the trick. And you have to replace the wires every single night before going to bed is probably kind of annoying...
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    Book Clock by Shokoofeh Z.Dezfuli.
    You can buy from amazon, but it has terrible reviews. Seems like more fun as a DIY project anyway.
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