Write on time

Japan's Tohoku University of Art and Design student Suzuki Kango, 22, with his wooden clock at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. The 407-piece clock took him six months to build and is set into motion by a series of weights. It writes the time on a
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Japan's Tohoku University of Art and Design student Suzuki Kango, 22, with his wooden clock at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum.

The 407-piece clock took him six months to build and is set into motion by a series of weights.

It writes the time on a magnetic board with four stylus pens, and resets itself every minute.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 27, 2016, with the headline 'Write on time'. Print Edition | Subscribe