The '10:11' Clock Tells Time by Moving the Numbers Not the Hands

 - Jan 16, 2017
References: yankodesign
The standard design of time clocks sees the hands of the timepiece rotate and point to numbers to indicate time, but the '10:11' takes a different approach. Instead of simply having numbers around the perimeter and having arms rotate to point at them, the '10:11' clock instead rotates the perimeter and allows the hands to stay still.

The '10:11' clock is the design work of Peter Yu Hanchen and helps to change perceptions of how time clocks can work to tell the time. The timepiece features two rotating dials that pertain to the hours and the minutes; the former is white and points to the left, whereas the latter is red and points to the right.