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An Interactive Peeling Clock

An Interactive Peeling Clock
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A uniquely designed clock concept syncs notifications into a device that "peels" off for a user to see.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 27 january 2011

Designer Mac Funamizu presents a particularly interesting clock concept wirelessly synced to a user’s PC or mobile phone, and with such, his or her e-mail accounts, calendar, and schedule are synced accordingly.

The square clock has four faces. Each face has a screen that can be peeled off halfway. When a user receives a notification, text message, or alarm, a screen peels off with a message on the back of the reverse side. The width of the peel is dependent on the urgency of the notification, as seen in the images below.

Mac Funamizu

[via Yanko Design]

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