Is it? I don’t no. Maybe no but still, it’s a clever aproach and still it could be used for other purposes, except telling the time.
Not only does QLOCKTWO tell the time in English, but also German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and French. The clock will be available in six flavors and should cost a steep €1099 (about $1600). The front is made of Acrylic glass with polished edges and LEDs, and the body is crafted in wood with four layers of lack. It automatically translates to summer/winter daylight-savings time and comes with a light sensor that takes care of the ambient light and features a manual brightness control.
There is also a explenatory video for the German speaking audience, since the clock, which depends on words and not in numbers is the projects of Biergert & Funk