Oregon Scientific DP100 Daylight Projection Clock: Bright as Day

Our Gizmodo batcave is usually dark enough to see even the dimmest projection clock, but some days there is this girl who comes in and opens the blinds, and all of a sudden we're wondering what time it is. Here's the Oregon Scientific Daylight Projection Clock to fix that predicament, with plenty of wattage in its LED… » 9/06/06 11:51am 9/06/06 11:51am

Analog Projection Clock: See-Through, Old Skool

Projection clocks are dime a dozen, but this one's different, tossing a good old-fashioned analog clock face onto the wall that can be up to 3 feet in diameter. It has an 80-watt halogen bulb doing the shining, which must mean it's too bright to be destined for your nightstand. » 8/10/06 11:21am 8/10/06 11:21am

Giovannoni Wireless Projection Clock

Oregon Scientific likes to enlist the help of swanky designers and brands for its clockism, such as Philippe Starck, Ferrari and even John Deere. Now the company has signed up Italian design superstar Stefano Giovannoni to develop this ominous-looking Wireless Projection Clock. » 6/28/06 10:02am 6/28/06 10:02am