An Upcyling Case Study: A Higher Visibility Clock

The desire for a wall clock was born from the opportunity to reduce the friction required to know approximately what time it is. High precision time is consistently available on the many screens, but the screens carry with them far more then merely the time. Interacting with the screen can bring friction as mental associations to other tools the screen offers may gum up the mind. What sense does it make to interrupt a precious activity that does not involve screens with a screen just to keep somewhat oriented to the time?

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