Imagine what it would be if your perception of time could change, making it seem as though seconds don't count; this is the aim of the USMA clock.
USMA, created by Cabracega Experience Design Studio and the designer André Gonçalves, is a clock without visual interface. It uses only sound to create a time reference; similar to church bells, the "hands" of the clock are replaced by auditory cues.
In a world where desertification of rural areas is increasing, this is a nice way of introducing the pace of countryside into the city, where according to some, a slow pace is desperately needed. Ultimately, USMA is a great visual piece for the home, but not for keeping time.
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The USMA Clock Functions Solely on Sound
- By: Hugo TorneloFeb 7, 2012