QLOCKTWO: A Reading Lovers' Way of Telling Time

QLOCKTWO: A Reading Lovers' Way of Telling Time

Anthony Nguyen
Aug 20, 2009

If you're looking for an eye-catching wall piece in your home, perhaps the ultra-modern QLOCKTWO (Strange name, ain't it?) digital wall clock might just be up your alley. That is, if one of your life joys include reading time with words in sexy illuminated glory, rather than numbers, and if that you're willing to throw down the price of a modern day computer in order to obtain such technological thrills...

The handmade piece features a painted acrylic faceplate and wooden frame housing LEDs and fancy circuity programmed to tell time with the individual letters. There's also an automatic brightness meter that adjusts accordingly based on the surrounding ambient light.

The German video illustrates the clock in action:

The QLOCKTWO can be had for €1099.99 (or $1565 USD), and interchangeable color faceplates are available starting at €95 (appx. $136 USD) each over at the Biegert & Funk store.

Can't afford modern design? Luckily, there's a version for the iPhone that essentially emulates the same thing. That app can be had for an affordable $0.99 over at the App store.

(Via Technabob)

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