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Clock uses eyes, tongue to tell time
    2017-August-16  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

These clocks are a little uncomfortable to look at, although they are backed by a rather interesting concept.

Named “Patience,” this series of clocks uses the human face as a time-keeping device. The eyes work in the same way as a clock’s hands, with the right eye indicating hours and the left eye indicating minutes. The mouth opens and closes to represent seconds, periodically smacking to help you count the seconds while also making the sound of a clock’s ticks.

Japan-based creative studio We+ made this quirky clock by video-recording real human faces in three different parts (each eye and the mouth) and merged them seamlessly together in a 24-hour looped video.

The series comes in three faces: an elderly woman, a young woman, and a young man with a red beard. (SD-Agencies)

 

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