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A Clock That Uses Beams of Light for Hands



The Good Afternoon Clock uses beams of light, alternating along the interior of the ring, to indicate hours, minutes, and seconds. It's a product of the Mile Project and was exhibited at the Salone Satellite international design fair in Milan in 2008. This appears to be a one-of-a-kind item, so it's not yet available for retail sales.

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