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See Through Clock Projects the Time

by Paul Strauss

Here’s another cool clock design from Japan’s I.D.E.A. International. This one lets you project a functional analog clock face onto any wall.

Projector Clock by I.D.E.A.

The projection clock is housed in a see-through acrylic shell which shows off the unique optics and mechanical components that generate the clock image.

Projector Clock by I.D.E.A. in Use

The projector works from up to 13-feet away to produce a clock face around 5-feet in diameter. It should be plenty bright thanks to its 50-watt halogen light source. The I.D.E.A. Projection clock costs ¥15,750 (appx. $133 USD), and can be found on the Transit website.




Comments (3):

  1. […] and other time pieces. here’s another cool clock design from Japan’s I.D.E.A. International via technabob. the actual clock is a projector projecting a functional analog clock face onto any wall. the […]

  2. hamed abosabaah says:

    I ennd more infromation about the clock projects

  3. Me says:

    I saw one in a shop in Key West. Maybe the unit was defective, but the shadow from the shaft mechanism (which turns the hands) created an unnatractive blur in the projected image.

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