The Roaming Clock
I designed a clock based on gravity. It is approximately 2 feet in diameter and has one large hand. In order set the clock, one must push it one notch counterclockwise. Gravity then drags the hand straight downward, and the user can roll the clock to whatever time it is based on one of twelve notches on the side of the clock. To re-enter time mode, the user once again roles one notch conuterclockwise. When the clock is set, it rolls so that the hand always faces directly upright all day, and the number rotate. The clock moves in a cricular pattern, and its location is predictable based on time of day.
Not recommended for small rooms.
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