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The Time Machine Clock by Daniel Duarte Abstractly Tells the Time

 - May 21, 2013
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The Time Machine Clock doesn't look like a clock except for its shape and the fact that it is mounted to the wall. In place of the traditional clock face is an abstract grate-like pattern that would look as much at home on the floor as it does on the wall. Nevertheless, it does tell the time.

Designed by Portugual-based designer Daniel Duarte, the Time Machine Clock boast two neon-colored tips, one of which represents the hour and the other of which symbolizes the minute. The layered bars move as a whole to inform people what time it is. As time passes, the pattern of the Time Machine Clock changes, making the design even more mesmerizing than it already is.