Swedish inventor and designer Simon Morris, specializing in the production of levitating gadgets, plans to release this year’s STORY wall wooden clock without hands and digital time symbols, as such, with a ball soaring thanks to magnetic levitation. The author gives an analogy with the movement of the Earth around the Sun, inviting its buyers and connoisseurs of its creativity to compare themselves with space objects and focus not on minutes and hours, but on each day of 365 or 366 a year in order to fully comprehend the everyday contribution to their life. On a round wooden base without patterns, a metal levitating ball moves, showing approximate time and, at the same time, symbolizing the movement of the Earth. However, the display mode of the exact time and even the day, month and year is still there. For this, an LED display is integrated in the center of the wooden disc. When connected to a mobile application, the watch using the built-in backlight can notify in real time about sunrise / sunset, simulate the phases of the moon, and also display the approximate temperature in the region of residence due to color changes. The cost of STORY is $ 399.