This Intricate Wood Clock Literally Writes The Time

This Wooden Clock Literally Writes The Time

Photography by Kango Suzuki and Tohoku University of Art and Design

 
Tohoku University of Art & Design student Kango Suzuki, who is majoring in product design, has created an intricate wood clock as part of his senior thesis.
 

This Wooden Clock Literally Writes The Time

Photography by Kango Suzuki and Tohoku University of Art and Design

The clock, named Plock, has over 400 moving parts that work together to keep time, but they also write the time.

This Wooden Clock Literally Writes The Time

Photography by Kango Suzuki and Tohoku University of Art and Design

The clock has four magnetic stylus pens on a magnetic drawing board, similar to the toy Magna Doodle, to mechanically write the time every minute.

This Wooden Clock Literally Writes The Time

Photography by Kango Suzuki and Tohoku University of Art and Design

 
Watch the video below to see it in action


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