A Million Times Clock By Per Uses Tiny Clocks to Tell Time

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Feb 28, 2013 • References: & mocoloco
It might seem goofy, but the A Million Times Clock By Per uses dozens of separate clocks to make a larger perspective timepiece that will tell the time. The design works by having each individual clock ticking at a certain time, which will then sync up with other clocks in the collection to tell the time in one unison image.

Complexing to say the absolute least, the A Million Times Clock By Per is a rather confusing creation to describe, but is nonetheless awe-inspiring. To the untrained eye, the creation looks like nothing more than miniature clocks that combine to create gibberish. In actuality, the A Million Times Clock By Per is beautifully simplistic and challenges the borders of perception by proving that a little bit of elbow grease and a lot of cognitive processing can create something truly beautiful. Stats for Morphing Multiplication Time Tellers Trending: Older & Chilly
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