Many appliances don't have programmed spatial awareness -- except that they might stop working if they've been turned upside-down. The Lessolute Clock Timer only shows you its impressive potential when you manually modify the way that it sits.
Made in the form of a triangular prism, this device functions as a sleek and fairly minimalist alarm clock with big digital numbers displayed through circular perforations. There are a few buttons flush with the short end of the gadget, but it's otherwise quite a clean-looking gizmo.
During the day, when you begin to manage your time for work or your food preparation in the kitchen, you can still make good use of Jaeil Bae's Lessolute Clock Timer. Tip it on one end and it automatically becomes a count-down digital hourglass.
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The Lessolute Clock Timer Changes Function When You Turn It
Published: Oct 24, 2013 • References: yankodesign