Oregon Scientific, today unveiled their new Daylight Projection Clock, the DP100. We just love gadgets like this, and the fact that the DP100 can be used in the daytime is a massive plus point. We will be bringing you a full review of the DP100 in the New Year, but in the meantime, catch the full details below.
This sleek and stylish timepiece is the world’s first LCD clock capable of illuminating numbers whilst in daylight. It projects the time and indoor temperature on any surface and is also light-source sensitive, adapting to how bright or dark its surroundings are. The projection arm can rotate up to 180º, meaning the time can be viewed from any angle at almost any distance, breaking the mould from traditional timepieces.
Its innovative design is as clever on the inside as it is beautiful on the outside, designed with a minimalist black and silver casing. An infrared motion sensor means that the Daylight Projection Clock is motion activated, making it unnecessary to fumble for buttons, when changing the LCD display from; digital clock, calendar, alarm and indoor temperature. By using the “projection auto” mode, the projected image will alternate between time and indoor temperature, providing more convenience. When the alarm sounds, setting the 8-minute snooze function is easy by waving just above the clock, again using motion trigger mechanism. The clock displays temperature information in both Celsius and Fahrenheit as well as animation effects for aesthetic purposes.
This world’s first daylight projection clock is sensitive to light source and can automatically and intelligently adjust the intensity of the projected image according to changes in lighting throughout the whole day. Sleek, stylish designed. It is practical and decorative.