Time of the Sky Watch

“Japanese designer Ryohei Yoshiyuki creates "a small window on one's arm", man's original clock, 'Time of the Sky'. To create this innovative time piece, Ryohei collaberated with media artist Tomoya Kahimada and programmed the watch so that it displays different colors of the sky every few seconds, therefore referring to changes in the real sky. Our favorite function is the button when pushed, the sun or moon's colors appear in the sky display from that time indicating hour clock direction.”

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