Here’s one of the more poetic uses of wearable technology that we’ve seen: a wall clock that reflects your heartbeat.
The Uji clock, from the designer Ivor Williams, is not really functional. Its hands stay at high noon, and flicker back and forth in response to pulse data sent from a sensor you wear. It’s not practical; it’s art. And it’s quite lovely.
Dezeen has a nice interview with Williams, and a write up of Uji.