The Continue Time clock by Sander Mulder is an astounding piece of kinetic art. You have to view the video to fully understand how this timepiece works, and even then the clock will have you spellbound.
Traditional hands have been replaced by a single jointed arm. Each junction serves as a pointer indicating the hour, minute and second. It would take some getting used to, but I’m sure over ‘time’ it would be a snap.
The clock is made from aluminum and brass and is limited to 20 pieces.
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