Ferrolic Display Alarm Clock

Aug 20, 2015

Category: Tech

With what could be the coolest-looking clock we’ve ever seen, Ferrolic has created a luxurious alarm clock that uses a substance called Ferrofluid, which is an expensive liquid rocket fuel engineered by NASA for the ability to manipulate fuel in a weightless environment with magnets.

The Ferrolic Display Alarm Clock uses the same concept, as it manipulates the clock’s display using magnets. The frame connects to WiFi to keep track of the time, adjusting the magnets to dramatically change the time at every minute. The moving fluid looks like Rorschach’s mask from Watchmen, slithering about the surface to eventually form a shape. It might be a little on the expensive side for our tastes, coming in at $8,300, but it’s undeniably the coolest alarm clock we’ve ever seen. [Purchase]

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