For Those that want More out of their Clocks

qlocktwo clock cherrycake color
Check out this clever reinterpretation of a wall clock called QLOCKTWO by multidisciplinary design agency Biegert & Funk. The QLOCKTWO clock visually spells out the time in 5 minutes intervals that is somehow more engaging than the traditional digital or analogue clocks.
If you thought that was cool, check out their iPhone App (pictured below and retails for $0.99) that brings gyroscopic interactivity into the equation. Shaking the iPhone gives you a more accurate time read in seconds. Yep, though I will have little use for it, I’ll pick it up for my iPhone for sure.
qlocktwo clock on iphone
Via: Design Notes

1 Comment
  • Chris

    September 12, 2009 at 10:41 pm Reply

    Good looking clocks.
    Russian studio Art Lebedev designed a similar concept for a clock, using an lcd screen. Five languages are natively supported, and another seventeen available for dowload. More here: http://www.artlebedev.com/everything/verbarius/

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