martin lim: senzuu bedside clock
jul 27, 2012
martin lim: senzuu bedside clock

‘senzuu’ bedside clock by martin lim

new zealand-based designer martin lim has created ‘senzuu’, a bedside clock that creates a physical interaction without turning
on a light to disturb a good night’s sleep. the time piece aims to emphasize the relationship between the senses and time telling.
by using tactility as a main source of influence, the product encourages the user to utilize their fingers to feel the height
of the tabs to figure out by which hour of the day it is. produced using 3D prints and copper plating, the device uses
a simple suspension mechanism that triggers a sequence of tabs in correspondence to the time of day.

front view of the clock

side view of the clock

back view of the clock

top view of the clock

bottom view of the clock

perspective view of the backside of the clock

detail shot of the hour tabs and gloss clock face

context photo of the clock

context photo of the clock

switch detail

clock mechanism detail

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