Entry Number 2350

O’Clock has the appearance of a simple ring, but it contains a subtle time-keeping element in the form of a tiny light that circles one’s finger as the sun circles the globe. The ring’s surface is divided into quarters defined by different colored precious metals that allude to morning, afternoon, evening, and night. Eschewing the harsh segmentation of digital time, O’Clock emphasizes continuity and links the user to the celestial timekeeper, the sun.
Moeslinger: At first glance it appears like a traditional piece of jewelry, and only at more careful observation one discovers the subtle and elegant timekeeping aspect. Technically, it’s almost feasible now.