The Morse Code Clock Requires Decoding in Order to Be Read

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: May 16, 2013 • References: amazon and likecool
Although one can probably figure out what time it is just by the position of the hands, the Morse Code Clock offers a nod to the first form of long distance communication. Instead of numbers, the Morse Code Clock has the necessary length of tones -- long and short -- to represent the various digits that would appear on a standard time teller.

Perhaps the Morse Code Clock would be great for someone who is actually looking to learn the communication method or -- more likely -- is a fan of intellectually stimulating design. With this design, it might be a thought to verbally communicate the sequence of tones to a friend who asks the time rather than actually speak the digits.