Most of the clocks we see on walls in offices and homes are either roundish or rectangle digital units. Rarely do you see a clock that is as interesting as the verTick at Yanko Design. The clock has sticks with numbers rather than a digital readout or hands.
In the middle of the clock is an aluminum section with windows. The sticks move up and down on motors to put the right number in the windows to shows the time. The clock is 438mm high at its longest point.
At its smallest point, the clock is 256mm tall. Inside the deceptively simple looking clock are a number of gears and motors to make the cool clock work. The device is a concept right now, but it is one of the coolest wall clocks I have ever seen.Filed Under: Concepts & Design, Geeky Stuff