How’d you like three giant surveillance cameras staring your down in the face every time you walk into your living room? Well, here ya go.
Designed by Sweden’s Humans Since 1982, the Surveillance 100 doesn’t capture video at all.
It took me a second to figure out what was going on when I first got a look at this table full of analog clocks. But once I stood back from my screen, I realized that none of the clocks have the correct time and the whole thing is a macro timepiece that tells the time using 24 individual clocks.
Created by Swedish designers Humans Since 1982, the Clock Clock installation features 48 electronically-controlled analog clock hands which automatically rotate into the proper positions to form a giant digital display.
Here’s a video of Clock Clock in action to give you a better idea of how it works:
If you happen to be in Sweden this summer, the Clock Clock will be on display at the Röhsska Design Museum June through mid-August 2009.