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Verbarius digital clock

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Task: Create a clock that tells time the way people do.

Verbarius spells time differently every minute. It’s either forty-five minutes past four, or fifteen minutes to five, or four forty-five, or a quarter to five.






Time is set and reset in the most comfortable and obvious way possible.


Set-hours pictogram is easy to understand for both Russians (Час) and foreigners (Hour, Hora, Heure)

Dimensions (W×H×D): 200×70×42 mm (7.9″×2.8″×1.7″).

I want to be yours

Verbarius

Online price:  290  $
  ≈ 232  €
  ≈  19,658  руб.



Release date: 21.02.2007

Cast:

art director and designer
Artemy Lebedev
industrial designer
Timur Burbayev
engineer
Maxim Pavlukhin
typeface developer
Roma Voroneshski
typeface developer assistant
Niaz Saifutdinov
modeler
Alexey Zalata
programmers
Andrey Shitov
Max Lukashenya
translators
Ilya Grigoriev
Noel Senac
corrector
Maria Rogova
manager
Andrey Voronkov
production manager
Ivan Kolomoetz

USB port is housed in the rear of the product

Choose-a-language button

Verbarius is the first clock in the world that tells time the way humans do. It has five preloaded languages: English, German, Spanish, French and Russian. And you can easily upload additional languages of your choice—new ones added regularly—from your computer.

Verbarius is not just a fashionable device—it can help you learn to spell numerals and tell time in foreign languages.


Midnight: Graphic LCD screen is glowing behind the tinted glass

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