The ticking of the clock was never so interesting and cool. Berlin-based designer Siren Elise Wilhelmsen creates a clock, but with a twist. This amazing timepiece not only keeps perfect time, but also knits time in 3-D. Knitting a row each day, this innovative creation pops out a 6.5-foot scarf after a year. Isn’t that unbelievable? Now, let me tell you how this mind-boggling machine works. The machine’s face has a spool of yarn hooked up to a pair of needles that Wilhelmsen programmed using an Arduino board to knit a single mesh on the half hour. After the scarf is complete, you simply place in a new spool for your next knitwear.
Via: Fast Co.Design