Okay, here is a question for you. How many types of clocks are known to man? Analog…digital and lexicon. Well, the answer is both right and wrong for there is yet another new piece of clock that sets about to change a couple of things. Dubbed QLOCKTWO (all capital letters, yeah), this one is fourth dimension squared. If you could not fathom that then let us tell you that this one is a timepiece that tells time in words.
A quadratic matrix of letters form this unique device and it is these letters that get illuminated with every passing minute. But the actual ime is displayed in-between 5 minute intervals. However, if you wish to know the EXACT time then you just have to look closely at the corner into the illuminated dots. Owing to its brightness sensor, QLOCKTWO automatically adjusts the illuminating power of the letters.
And guess what? You get a whole range of colors. The base is in wood while a synthetic glass front keeps it shining bright. A time-signal reciever keeps track of the accurate time without the need for any sort of manual setting. This innovative beauty has been made in hand by Biegert & Funk in Germany. The CP is $1,600.