Twirling and rocking are two actions alien to clock functioning. Chances are that both can break your favorite timepiece beyond repair. However, “Sleepy” is one of a kind. Its designer, Portugal-based Pedro Gomes, wanted it to be an interactive clock alarm feeding on kinetic triggers. Yes, triggers, such as twirling and rocking to set the alarm or change the time. Just lean the device from one side to the other to change the time or spin the clock on the night stand to activate snoozing. The wonderful interactive timepiece is available in different colors and models.