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Thermal clock utilizes heat to tell the time

thermal clock

Che-Wei wang by designing the thermal clock has definitely tried to change the way we used to see time with eyes. With thermal clock you will have to feel the heat to know the time. This ‘hot’ time piece emits heat along a bar over a 24 hour cycle to tell time. It uses various peltier junctions and emits heat the entire day from a specified area on the bar that moves from left to right. So, next time you want to know the time, you might not want to see it, but feel it.

Thermal Clock from che-wei wang on Vimeo.

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