This Intricate Wood Clock Literally Writes The Time

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Tohoku University of Art & Design student Kango Suzuki, who is majoring in product design, has created an intricate wood clock as part of his senior thesis.

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The clock, named Plock, has over 400 moving parts that work together to keep time, but they also write the time.

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The clock has four magnetic stylus pens on a magnetic drawing board, similar to the toy Magna Doodle, to mechanically write the time every minute.

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Watch the video below to see it in action

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