Dreamcatcher Alarm Clock Uses Water To Tell Time
Vera Wiedermann's 'Dreamtime' slowly catches droplets until it lets a hammer fall to strike a soft wake-up tone.
Designer Vera Wiedermann‘s ‘Dreamtime alarm clock' is a beautiful and simplistic device that offers an alternative way to be woken up. Instead of a loud and annoying beeping, the copper mobile that hangs down from the ceiling lets a hammer fall and strike it when it is time for you to get out of bed.
The alarm clock is powered by water, which slowly drips from one container into the bowl beneath it as the hours pass by. Once it is empty and the bowl is full, the hammer is released to make a loud but tuneful sound.