Displayed at ICFF during New York Design Week 2010, the “Qlocktwo” by German design studio Biegert & Funk is an innovative clock that including a quadratic matrix of letter tells time in words, that the user can read with minimum fuss. Changing the time in every five minutes, the clock glows some of its characters in pure white, allowing the user to read the time with ease even when placed in a dark room. If you wanna know more precise time, there are illuminated dots in the corner that show separate minutes, for the built-in brightness sensor automatically adjusts the illuminating power of the letters. The front of the clock is supported by eight magnets, so it could easily be replaced without visible attachments. Measuring 450 x 450 x 20 mm in dimensions and weighting about 4 kg, the Qlocktwo is available in stainless steel or five colors of polished synthetic glass.