'Time in Six Parts' Takes 100 Years to Complete a Full Rotation

By: Rose Nazarali - Published:   Updated: Mar 24 2011 • References: cwwang & gizmodo
‘Time in Six Parts’ is a revolutionary clock by Che-Wei Wang that takes 100 years years to complete a full rotation.

Wang’s approach was to explore different time scales that are otherwise out of reach.

The six parts of the clock include: In a Lifetime, Cinematic Timepiece, One Hour Sprocket, Thermal Clock, Couting to a Billion, and 3.16 Billion Cycles. Stats for 100-Year Clocks Trending: Older & Average
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