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Time Cube Tells Time With Triangles

by Paul Strauss

For just a few brief moments each day, this clock looks like an ordinary cube, but most of the time it transforms to form star-like geometric patterns.

Time Cube Clock

The Time Cube carves off one corner of its 6-sided box to form a series of layered triangles which rotate to tell the current time. The largest triangle displays hours, while the medium-sized one tells minutes, and the small spinning triangle on top acts as a second hand.

Time Cube Clock

At first glance, I thought it might be confusing to read, but if you just think about the triangles like the hands on a regular clock, it’s not too difficult to get the hang of it.

Time Cube Clock

The Time Cube clock is available now from gadget importer Chinavasion for about $12 USD.

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Comments (7):

  1. Gene Ray says:

    This triangle TimeCube clock is garbage math – and has
    no relatinship to the http://www.timecube.com website established
    in 1997 by Dr. Gene Ray, Cubic and The Wisest Human. I am now over age 80 and have worked on the Time Cube principle for nearly 40 years.

    Genesis 1:5 states that God created Light as Day, Darkness as Night and the evening and morning as the first Day (4 corners).

    The 3 corner triangle has no opposite corners and therefore,
    constitutes evil toward the Bible’s 4 corner time Day and God.

    Best of luck with the Evil Clock.

    Dr. Gene Ray, Cubic, and The Wisest Human.

    • Pat says:

      People that old can use computers? He’s a religious nut to boot! And goodness, as if your website is ever used as a legitimate resource. FYI: Just because you have a website does NOT mean people actually look at it. Moreover, take it as FACT.

      This clock isn’t based on your ridiculous propositions of squares, it was built with design flare in mind, which it accomplished. If you wanted a square clock, you might as well get a flat round one.

      Here’s food for thought: educate yourself in something that is NOT the bible. You may learn a thing or two. And in spite of your assumed sensitivity to certain words: your website is so full of BS I can only deem it as queer, and any of your claims referring to “the wisest human” are instantly refuted by the fact that you spent 40 years studying squares. I bet the first time you saw a sphere you shit your pants.

  2. technabob says:

    I don’t even know what to say to that, except “Best of luck” too.

  3. roomaustin says:

    Gene ray, the evil clock is the best thing that has ever happen to us.

  4. Maxpayne says:

    simply superb………..

  5. MARIO says:

    I will present you may story in few words. Before about 3 mounts i bought this product [CVSET-A5401]. The devise worked 2 mouns properly and now the GPS stoped work. Now Chinavasion don’t want to change it, they are jast want me send them back for my expense (about 100euros) the fautly devise TO CHECK IT! They are THIEFS. From the begining this garbage cost me: device and transport about 300€, customs taxes and dutys 100€, fiting in the car 60€ and new TOMTOM6 software 85€, total about 550.00€.

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