Dreamcatcher Alarm Clock Uses Water To Tell Time

Dreamcatcher Alarm Clock Uses Water To Tell Time
Design

Vera Wiedermann's 'Dreamtime' slowly catches droplets until it lets a hammer fall to strike a soft wake-up tone.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 january 2012

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.

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