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Telling time visually | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

Telling time visually


After talking about my new Nooka watch a couple posts ago, I wondered out loud about other forms to tell time. After doing a little searching I came across Tokyoflash: Watches from Japan. While some seem to be more functional then others, it’s still worth skimming to see some of the creative ways that you can tell time. Each of the watches comes with a schematic to explain how the time is shown. What should have been slightly obvious to me, but took until know to realize is that time (I think) is universal in that each language divides their time into twenty four hours, minutes and seconds. No matter what language or country you’re in, a normal analog clock will mean the same thing in no matter what language you speak.

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