Tells Time

 - Feb 26, 2007   Updated: Apr 14 2011
References: normaldesign.net & techeblog
The Time Table is an electro-luminescent creation that transforms the entire surface of a table into a clock. Like almost everything cool, it is currently a prototype, so you can't buy it yet.

Implications - The structure is actually a lot thinner than you might expect from such a large digital piece of furniture. At only 6 centimeters (just over 2 inches), the thinness of the Time Table is possible because it utilizes electro-luminescent film. It has an alarm function and a timer that switches the light off during the nighttime. You can turn the light on or off whenever you please and the actual time won't be affected by it.