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Beautiful wooden clock writes time on a drawing board

Kango Suzuki, 22, a student at Japan’s Tohoku University of Art and Design, designed an amazing automaton clock called Plock that writes the 24 hour format time on a magnetic drawing board, reports with reference to Mashable.

Crafted using 407 hand-carved wooden moving pieces, the clock actually writes the time on a small panel at its center. A series of weights that hang from the bottom of the clock move the wooden parts, which control four magnetic stylus pens that write time on the board.

The Plock was demonstrated to the public last week at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum.

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