Everyone have felt a rain drop or have heard the waterfall sounds. Remember the “music” of falling water coming from your shower? Next thing imagine that you could know the correct time just looking at the falling water drops. This concept is being used in Japan for Osaka city Station clock. Probably the author came up with the idea in one beautiful morning during the daily shower! Thanks to someone now residents and guests of Osaka City can enjoy the relaxing Rain Clock. It shows not only time but also images, lines, different figures. The correct time appears once a minute. Continue reading … Japanese Rain Clock
Brazilian industrial designer Rafael Morgan has designed the “little time” clock. The time-teller literally displays “little time” – the numbers on the timepiece are represented in a microscopic size. However, the hands of the clock include magnifying lenses, enlarging the numbers as they pass over them, so that they become readable,bringing attention to the current hour.