A Clock with No Clock Form – Vadim Kibardin’s Black and White Clock



Vadim Kibardin‘s Black and White Clock is a pretty cool concept piece – as of right now, he’s searching for a manufacturer, so if you know someone who might want to produce this, let him know.  The Black and White Clock is a clock with conmplicated simplicity – it’s got no form, just numbers, and when it’s dark the numbers light up.  When it senses light, it uses black for the numbers.  Done, and done.  From Vadim’s website on the project:

Digital clock: only figures, no case, only the necessary — only accurate time. Each figure has self-contained power supply and independent control, it can be fixed to any surface autonomously. A light sensor will switch the clock to an invert mode: the figures are white in the dark time of day and black at daytime.Design: Vadim Kibardin

Size of one figure: 60 mm x 110 mm x 10mm

Colour: translucent white

Materials: polycarbonate, luminous part of figure – Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED)

Power-supply: lithium-ion accumulators

Control (choice of mode and time settings): touch-sensitive

Status of project: searching for manufacturer.


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