This Clock Has A Levitating Sphere That Tells The Time – Design You Trust

This Clock Has A Levitating Sphere That Tells The Time

FLYTE, the Swedish design company specializing in levitating products, has a new project in the works called STORY, a modern wood clock that makes the passage of time seem like more than just ticks coming from a clock. STORY is a time telling piece that features a levitating chrome sphere that orbits around a wooden base to tell the time, count down days, and act as a timer.

More info: FLYTE, Kickstarter (h/t: contemporist)

In clock mode, time is tracked like a traditional 12 hour clock by the levitating chrome sphere that makes a one full orbit per hour. An LED matrix display can also be turned on to show you the exact time whenever you need to know it.

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