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DUSK - A clock that frames the sky

A project in Delft, Netherlands by allocacoc

Status: Active

DUSK is the first clock that continuesly changes shades depending on the time of day. A visual spectacle from dusk till dawn.
Backers: 321
Average Daily Pledges: €1,850
Average Pledge Per Backer: €63

Funding: €20,351 of €5,000
Dates: Jan 9th -> Feb 18th (40 days)
Project By: allocacoc
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DUSK - A Clock That Frames The Sky Singapore | DUSK is the first clock that continuously changes shades depending on the time of day. A visual spectacle from dusk till dawn.

January 16th - via: grouphunt.sg
Design is everchanging. That is why we created DUSK, a timeless clock that adapts its design depending on the time of the day. When you wake up in the morning, you are greeted with a beautiful clean white slate. At night, when the sun has set, your DUSK will have turned midnight black. (Read More)

DUSK: Project We Love on Kickstarter!

January 14th - via: kickstarter.com
AMAZING! Thanks to your great and generous support, we are now 257% funded in only a week. Moreover, we became Kickstarter's Project We Love during the week-end!  So we would like to thank you once again for your support: never in our wildest dreams... (Read More)

100% funded in ONLY 15 hours!

January 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Dusk is 100% funded in 15 hours BREAKING NEWS: DUSK - The clock that frames the sky is now 100% funded thanks to your great love and support! We cannot thank you enough for your support, it means the world to us! You can still make a pledge to get a... (Read More)

DUSK is a simple yet sophisticated clock that changes shades depending on the time of the day.

January 9th - via: estylerhubs.com
To keep thing simple, DUSK minimises and reduce to the basic foundation, as the sky grows darker outside, so does the clock face. Therefore, people can feel the time via the sky colour even in a windowless room. (Read More)

Telling Time Through Tints!

January 9th - via: yankodesign.com
The 12-hour clock is possibly the most common wall clock in the world. It finds itself in every household, on a wall in the living room or bedroom. It breaks your 24 hours into two halves, better known as day and night. However, the 12-hour clock doesn’t tell you when it’s day or night. It just tells the time. (Read More)

Dusk: A Clock That Subtly Changes Its Appearance Based on Time of Day

January 9th - via: core77.com
Inspired by the simplicity of Mother Nature, there are no unnecessary decorative elements in this clock—only clean, monochromatic aesthetics that are both soothing and easy on the eyes. The clock's face changes its shade from transparent to opaque depending on the time of the day. (Read More)


January 9th - via: home.163.com
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DUSK - A clock that frames the sky

January 3rd - via: producthunt.com
DUSK - A clock that frames the sky - The time is now. (Read More)


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