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A day in a book / Table clock

A day in a book
A day in a book

A Day in a Book tells time in a novel way. Figures indicating time are printed on each page of a book, and the pages are flipped automatically by a page-flipping machine every minute. thus, time becomes more tangible like a book. This book-clock allows users to interact with time in more direct way. Users can touch, fold, turn back or pause time or memo on it with A Day in a Book.

When someone is reading a book, the pages are divided into three section, the passed, the coming, and the current. We thought that the trait of books and time are alike, and applied concept of the time to a book.

video link: http://youtu.be/0LXMA3muYxc

University

Korea University

Korea University
Seoul, South Korea

Design

Sookyeong Lee

Sookyeong Lee
Incheon, South Korea

Sookyeong Lee Taeil Lee